Fruits and vegetables are low in calories and high in nutrition, but 90% of Americans do not eat enough of them to reap the myriad health benefits, experts say. Adding fruits and vegetables to recipes that don't call for them, such as grating carrots into muffin batter, is one way to get more, says Angela Ginn, a nutrition-education coordinator and diabetes educator. Registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator Jessica Crandall suggests cutting fruit and vegetables into bite-sized chunks for easy snacking.

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