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                                            Eat a variety of veggies for a healthier you
                                                            By Ronald Goodpaster



   The new food guidelines issued by the United States government recommend that all Americans eat
between five and nine servings of fruits and vegetables each and every day. When you first hear that
number, it may seem like a lot, but it is actually much easier than you think to fit that many servings of
fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. For one thing, the shelves of the grocery stores are fairly
bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, vegetables and fruits are some of the least
expensive, most nutrient rich, foods in the supermarket. With all these fruits and vegetables to choose
from, it is very easy to make these nutritious, delicious foods part of your daily meals and snacks.

When you take into account how much a serving really is, it is actually quite easy to get five to nine
servings of fruits and vegetables per day. For instance, the recommended daily amount actually
equates to a quite reasonable two cups of fruit and two and a half cups of vegetables every day. When
you consider how many fruits and vegetables are available, and how low the prices usually are, it is
easy to see how easy to reach this daily goal really is.

One great way to get the nutrients you need from fruits and vegetables every day is to take full
advantage of the variety of these foods available. Eating the same thing every day quickly becomes
boring, so why not pick a variety of fruits and vegetables, in every color of the rainbow and in every
conceivable shape, size and texture, to give yourself a varied diet every day.

When shopping for fruits and vegetables, it is important to choose a variety of different colors. This is
for more than purely artistic reasons. Different color fruits and vegetables have different types of
nutrients, and choosing a variety of colors will help ensure you get all the vitamins and minerals you
need each and every day.

Finding new recipes is another great way to ensure you get those five to nine servings of fruits and
vegetables every day. Everyone likes to try out new recipes, and these new recipes may just provide
the impetus you need to eat all those fruits and veggies.

New recipes can also provide you the important opportunity to try out some fruits and vegetables you
have never tried before. For instance, everyone has eaten oranges, but have you tried kiwi fruit or
mangoes? How about spinach or kale? Trying new things is a great way to find new favorites while
getting the best nutrition available.

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Many people mistakenly think that they do not need to eat five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables
every day if they just take a vitamin supplement. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. That
is because fruits and vegetables contain far more than the micronutrients identified by science and
synthesized in vitamin pills. While these micronutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin E are
important to good health, so too are the hundreds of other elements that are contained in healthy foods
like fruits and vegetables. These elements are not available in any pill, they must be ingested through
a healthy, balanced diet that contains plenty of fruits and vegetables.

In addition, fruits and vegetables are much less costly than vitamin pills. Fruits and vegetables are
very inexpensive, especially when purchased in season and grown locally. In the long run, getting the
nutrition you need from the food you eat is much less expensive, and much better for you, than
popping those vitamin pills every day.

So don’t forget to get your five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day. It may seem like a
lot, but you can meet this quite reasonable goal simply by including fruits and vegetables as snacks, as
garnishes, as side dishes and as meals.

Ron Goodpaster is a freelance writer, an entrepeneur and a self-proclaimed health nut. He has written
many health related and weight-loss articles. He is the webmaster at http://www.Bestvitasource.com




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                           Top Tips For Teaching Your Bearded Dragon To Eat Veggies
                                                                By Nigel Titley



 Vegetables are not always at the top of the list on your bearded dragon's ideal diet. He will readily eat
insects and worms, but he may be leery of vegetables at first. The bearded dragon enjoys being hand
fed and this may be the first step in teaching your bearded dragon to eat vegetables. The bearded
dragon may take awhile to learn to eat veggies but there are several steps that you can take to
encourage the bearded dragon to eat their veggies.

There are several methods that you can use to encourage your bearded dragon to eat veggies. Many
people have suggested hanging large leafs in the bearded dragon's take. This will allow them to pull off
pieces of the green. Greens may also be placed in a shallow bowl so that the bearded dragon can see
them. If young bearded dragons cannot see their food, they generally will not eat it. Adding crickets to
the greens will also encourage the bearded dragon to eat the greens because as they catch a cricket,
they will catch some greens as well. Eventually, they will learn to eat the greens. Withholding crickets
for a couple of days will also encourage the bearded dragons to eat the greens as this is their only
source of food.

Misting the greens will also encourage the bearded dragon to eat their greens. The bearded dragon is
attracted to the greens because the misting brings the greens to their attention. They will also be
tempted to eat them for the moisture.

Baby and juvenile bearded dragons have a hard time to eating what they can't see. A flat jar lid will
help them see the greens and they will be tempted to try them. Piling the greens up will also encourage
them to eat the greens. Babies and juvenile bearded dragons do not generally eat a lot of greens and
their diet consists mostly of crickets. They will learn slowly to eat the veggies.

Feeding mealworms in the greens and on a salad will also make the bearded dragons accidentally eat
the salad. Slowly the salad will also begin to disappear. Cutting pieces of yellow squash into strips will
make the squash look like mealworms to the bearded dragons. Once they try the first one, the bearded
dragons will begin eating them. You can also begin to place those on top of other greens and those will
slowly begin to disappear as well.

Bearded dragons are also very visual. They assume that just about everything that moves is food.
Many people drop their food from above the bearded dragons in their cage. Dropping small pieces of
food from above may encourage the bearded dragons to try the greens as they are falling from above
them. They will see the movement of the pieces of food and they will be tempted to eat them. Clipping
pieces of greens and placing a fan on them will cause the greens to wave. The bearded dragon will be
tempted to eat the moving greens. Soon, they will be pulling pieces off in no time.

For those bearded dragons that are still reluctant at eating their greens, your next option will be to gut
load the bearded dragon's crickets. Feed your bearded dragon's greens and veggies to the crickets.
Feed the gut-loaded crickets to the bearded dragons. They will receive the nutrients from their greens
and veggies as their crickets have also eaten the veggies. This is a great way to get baby and juvenile
bearded dragons to eat their greens. Babies and juvenile bearded dragons do not generally eat a
whole lot of greens and will benefit from the gut-loaded crickets.



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Variety is the spice of life for most bearded dragons. Spicing up their veggie diet will also encourage
them to eat veggies as well. Colorful plants such as dandelions, hibiscus and other edible flowers and
plants will brighten the habitat and the bearded dragons will become more interested in the new things
in their cage.

Dusting the veggies in calcium may also encourage the bearded dragons to eat them. They generally
eat other insects with calcium dusted on them and veggies are no different. They will soon eat their
veggies because they are dusted in calcium as well.

Fruits and veggies provide the bearded dragon with moisture. They will also receive the necessary
nutrients that veggies will provide the bearded dragon. Keep trying and mixing things up with bearded
dragons that are reluctant to eat veggies on their own.

The author being a bearded dragon enthusiast himself has successfully bred these very interesting
lizards.For more information from buying a bearded dragon to breeding them come to
http://www.worldofbeardeddragons.com/salebdcare.html and receive a free e-course.




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