1. Nutritious and delicious.
Fruits and veggies taste good and are good for you.
2. Fun to eat.
Some crunch, some squirt, some you peel … some you don’t, and some can grow right in your own backyard.
3. Quick, natural snack.
Fruits and veggies are nature’s treat and easy to grab for a snack.
4. Variety.
Fruits and veggies are available in an almost infinite variety…there’s always
something new to try.
5. Vitamins and minerals.
Fruits and veggies are rich in vitamins and minerals that can help you feel healthy and energized.
6. May reduce disease risk.
Eating plenty of fruits and veggies may help reduce the risk of many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
7. Low in calories.
Fruits and veggies are naturally low in calories.
8. Fiber.
Fruits and veggies provide fiber that helps fill you up and keeps your digestive
system happy.
9. Convenience.
Fruits and veggies are nutritious in any form – fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100%  juice, so they’re ready when you are.
10. Color and texture.
Fruits and veggies add color, texture and appeal to your plate.
Thanks to the popularity of low-carb diets, many of us are now watching the amount of carbohydrates we eat. But not all carbs are created equal. “Bad” carbs include white flour, refined sugar and white rice. Why are refined carbs a problem? Easy: they are digested so quickly that they cause blood sugar surges, leading to weight gain and other health troubles...so avoid them!