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3 Simple Strategies For Eating More Vegetables

Vegetables are one of those foods that many people struggle to eat enough of for various reasons. Some people simply do not like the taste of vegetables while others do not have the time to prepare them. Whatever the reason may be, we cannot allow ourselves to skip out on vegetables because they are so essential to a healthy and sustainable diet. By utilizing a few strategies from this post you may be able to seamlessly add more vegetables to your diet and be happy about it.

1. Incorporate vegetables at breakfast

It’s very easy to allow breakfast to become all about the carbohydrates given that so many of us love cereal, oatmeal, and other sweets first thing in the morning. By adding a few vegetables to your menu for breakfast you can turn a normal breakfast into a nutritional snack that will power you throughout your day. For example, if you cook scrambled eggs for breakfast you can amplify your breakfast by adding some cucumbers or spinach to your eggs for flavor and nutrition.

2. Make healthy vegetable snacks

Vegetables do not always need to be cooked or prepared and can make for a great quick snack during the middle of the day. If you don’t have time to prepare your vegetables you can simply bring raw vegetables with you and snack on them. A great example would be bringing carrots and hummus, or cucumbers and ranch, or even bell peppers and cream cheese. There are loads of different ways to enjoy raw vegetables and they are very convenient to make and bring with you on the go.

3. Use vegetables as noodles

If you’ve already added vegetables to your breakfast and also created a habit of snacking on raw vegetables but you still haven’t been able to eat enough here is another tip. You can supplement thinly sliced vegetables as noodles for one of your popular pasta dishes. While the flavors you normally enjoy may be slightly different this can be an effortless and effective way of adding more nutrition into your diet. Not only are you adding nutrition into your diet by eating noodles made from vegetables, but you are also reducing the number of carbohydrates you are taking in as well.

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