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Why didn't I think of this?

In the on-going effort to increase fiber intake (adults-shoot for 25-35 grams per day), consider the apple-which boasts 3.3 grams for a medium sized apple.

Why not do this for all of your fruit servings? Peel the stickers off pears (5.1 grams), bananas (2.1 grams) or oranges (2.3 grams). Any fruit or vegetable with a sticker on the outside is fair game for the produce activity sheet. Great way to track your 5-9 servings per day!

From http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=19191896:

Description Here’s a quick and easy way to keep in tip top shape. Just peel the little variety sticker from every apple you eat and affix it to a square. Keep it interesting. Try a Belle De Boskoop, a Newtown Pippin, how about a Peasgood Nonsuch, or maybe a Turley Winesap. There’s no shortage of combinations and imagine how good you’ll feel, when, after a years time, you’ve filled each square with a colorful little sticker.

This is about as large a poster as you’re going to see coming off of a letterpress—at 18″ x 23″ it takes up almost an entire form. Run in two colors (Pantone 7532U and a light varnish) on a substantial Strathmore 130# cover weight stock, the impression made by the press gives this a wonderful tactile quality.

Size: 18″ x 23″
Inks: Pantone 7532U and a light varnish
Paper: Strathmore Writing Wove Platinum White 130# Cover

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