“Eat your veggies.” “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
You probably heard those adages all the time when you were a kid. No matter what age you are, though, a diet rich in fruits and vegetables will help you stay healthy and active.
The key to getting the most out of your meals is to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables, from artichokes and berries to watermelon and zucchini. By loading your plate with a rainbow of fresh foods, you’ll be filling up on the array of nutrients you need.
Bonus question: One of the foods we’ve named, which most people serve as a vegetable, actually is botanically classified as a fruit. Which one is it?
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