Prawn and Green Bean stir fry
Healthy Eating Eating healthily doesn't have to be complicated or boring! In fact, it's about making sure you have plenty of variety, so you get all the nutrients you need and maintain a healthy weight. It's about not eating too much of some things – like saturated fat, sugar and salt – while getting enough of others – like fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Fruit and vegetables Research shows that people who eat plenty of fruit and vegetables are less likely to develop heart disease and certain cancers. They can be fresh, frozen, dried, canned or juiced and should make up about a third of our diet. Many of us don't eat enough fruit and veg, and it can be hard to know how much a 'portion' actually is. Here are a few simple suggestions, which count as one portion each: Breakfast – a glass of juice or a heaped tablespoon of dried fruit or a banana with your cereal. Snacks – an apple or a pear. Lunch – a side salad or three heaped tablespoons of baked beans. Dinner – three heaped