Fruit Delivery
  • Watermelon Salad with Mint and Blueberries

    updated 11-22-16

    Summertime is Watermelon time and here is a simple recipe that is full of nutrition.

    Fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, anti-oxidants and potassium!

     Watermelon is a fruit and a vegetable.  Packed with water so it is a powerful hydrator and the juice can help relieve muscle soreness!

     Blueberries have  anti-oxidants and mint leaves promote […]

  • Diabetes continues to grow in work-places

    Last Updated: 11-22-2016
    Right now there are 86 million Americans who are pre-diabetic and 90% of them don’t have a clue that they are!  Steps that everyone should be taking to lower blood sugar levels.  Either prevent or slow the progression of type 2 diabetes.  Healthy Eating is HUGE in this role and here are the Golden […]

  • Fruit Fresh Delivery has been harvesting clients in South Florida

    updated 11-25-2016
    Fruit Fresh Delivery has been harvesting a healthy client list in South Florida. The Delray Beach based brand is ready to open its second U.S. location within the next six months.  said co-founder Sharon Baker.

    The company delivers boxes of fruit and other healthy snacks to offices.  Servicing hundreds of workers across the tri-county area. Including Broad […]

  • Obesity / Diabetes in Your Office

    updated 12-03-16
    As of 2015, 1 out of 3 Americans are overweight or obese.  Being overweight puts people at high risk for type 2 diabetes.   Also heart disease, high blood pressure.  Some types of cancer (breast, colon, kidney) stroke and osteoarthritis.  Overweight employees are costing their employers $73.1 billion a year.  They file twice the number of workers’ compensation […]

  • Control Blood Sugar with Quick Workouts

    Last Updated: 11-22-2016

    Diabetologia has reported that breaking up your workouts into “snack size workouts” is healthy.  (5-25 minutes) before meals can be good for controlling blood sugar!  The key is to make sure your total exercise adds up to 45 minutes per day and 5-6 days per week for diabetics.

    Any type of exercise will work whether it’s […]