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Fresh, Frozen and canned…OH MY!
When you are shopping for groceries do you buy fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables? Maybe you buy frozen fruit for smoothies, maybe you buy fresh when it is local and in season. Do you freeze your own veggies and fruit? We all have so many reasons for doing what we do. The overall message here is just buy fruits and vegetables, and lots of them. In this episode of Hey Plant Trainers, we give you some info and tips for buying fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables depending on what stage you’re at in your nutrition and health journey.

 

Jason asks: “Hey Plant Trainers, Can you guys discuss your thoughts on buying fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables?

 

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