Fresh fruit and veggies go a long way to boosting your health. Try to go for whatever is in season like berries and corn in the summer and apples in the fall for example. They are packed with flavor, have fiber and have the added bonus of supplying water to your body. Fruits and vegetables are largely composed of water, making you feel full without packing in a lot of calories. They are also packed with nutrients so good for your body and studies have shown that they can go a long way to preventing type 2 diabetes. Many people think they are getting their recommended serving of fruits and vegetables a day but that isn’t usually the case. To make sure you are getting enough make sure at every meal you are filling half of your plate with fruits and/or veggies. If this sounds like too much at first try starting out with one vegetable or fruit with each meal then work your way up. Some great ways to add more vegetables and fruits is adding salsa to your scrambled eggs or tomatoes and lettuce to a lean hamburger.