Diabetes, Food

Happy Spring! Time to Spring Clean Your Eats

Happy Spring! Time to Spring Clean Your Eats

It's Official: It's the First Day of Spring 🌷

Winter is on his way out. Spring is making her long-awaited 2018 debut. With it, time for some spring cleaning! The first day of spring is the perfect time to change up your routine. Not only that, but it also happens to be the International Day of Happiness! What better way to celebrate longer, warmer, happier days than with a bit of spring cleaning? Spring clean your exercise routine, your diabetes supply closet, and your produce staples.

Time to Restock Your Pantry 🍍🥦

We're here to help with that last one. Spring is all about ushering in fibrous, colorful eats and taking full advantage of their super fresh, nutritional value. Here's what's in season right now (and what you need to pick up on your next grocery run!): Asparagus Broccoli Butter Lettuce Collard Greens Peas Radishes Avocado Spinach Pineapple Artichokes Apricots Fava Beans And, for a visual guide when you go to the grocery store, check out our spring produce guide below: first day of spring - spring cleaning Fill up on these nutrient-dense foods while you can! Most of the produce above is in its prime March-June. Happy First Day of Spring! 🌱
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Mary Elizabeth
Mar 20, 2018

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