Getting the most nutrients from veggies

Closeup of precut vegetables including carrots cabbage cauliflower lettuce

Walking through the produce section in the grocery store can be daunting. The good news is that pre-cut, packaged vegetables are just as healthy for you as whole vegetables – as long as they’re fresh. They’re also less time-consuming to prepare, making it more likely that you’ll include them in your home cooking.

There are some things you should keep in mind, though, when shopping for baby carrots, celery sticks, broccoli florets or other pre-cut, bagged foods.

7 Tips for Getting the Most Nutrients from Bagged and Pre-Cut Veggies.

If you’re participating in the TriChallenge, be sure to log your fruits and veggies on the portal this week!

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