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Often called “nature’s dessert,” fruit is a great way to satisfy those sweet cravings, and is another excellent source of healthy carbohydrates. Plus, it’s packed with vitamins and minerals like vitamins A and C, which help prevent infections and keep you healthy. The USDA recommends up to 2½ cups of fruit (and vegetables) a day for the average adult.

To get your daily allowance, try adding berries to your morning cereal or yogurt, or grab an apple or banana to take to work as an easy portable snack.

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