Harvard Women's Health Watch

Don’t let winter put a chill on your vegetable intake

It may take a little more effort, but some simple strategies can help you meet your recommended intake of veggies in the colder months. In the summer, vegetables are plentiful. The supermarket shelves and maybe even your own garden are overflowing with zucchini and squash, tomatoes and asparagus. But as we head into the colder winter months, the offerings may be a little less inspiring. …

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