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One simple answer could help you balance the costs this New Year.

ONE EASY WAY to boost your general well-being during the winter months is to increase your intake of fruit and vegetables.

Nearly all fruit and veg counts towards your daily recommended allowance, whether fresh, dried, frozen, tinned or canned.

Beans and pulses are also an important consideration, and things like lentils and kidney beans do count. Unfortunately, especially here in Ireland, potatoes are one of the few things that don’t!

One important thing about getting enough fruit and vegetables is variety. Nutritionists often recommend trying to get as many colours of the rainbow as possible into your daily intake.

Do you find it difficult to get enough fresh stuff into your diet?

Try blending up fruits to make a smoothie, adding some berries to your yoghurt, or snacking on crunchy raw vegetables instead of crisps at your desk. You’ll be surprised how it all adds up.

In order to be in with a chance to win €1000 with Aviva Health, just answer this question. What is your recommended daily portions of fruit and vegetables?

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Competition closes 31st January 2014.