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.