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What are some ways to include more vegetables in your diet, besides just snackin

  1. cactusbythesea profile image88
    cactusbytheseaposted 5 years ago

    What are some ways to include more vegetables in your diet, besides just snacking on them raw?

  2. Gabbiani profile image81
    Gabbianiposted 5 years ago

    Blend up fresh greens ans fruits into a daily smoothy!

  3. profile image0
    Jade0215posted 5 years ago

    Add larger quantities in your dinner if you don't already or even your lunch. What my fiance likes to do is make a stir fry with either chicken, shrimp, beef, whatever meat you enjoy the most and just cook the vegetables. It's delicious and I usually hate vegetables but since he's done that, I've loved them.

  4. vespawoolf profile image97
    vespawoolfposted 5 years ago

    Try juicing! Although you won't get all the fiber of a whole vegetable, you'll get all the nutrients and your body will assimilate them quickly. Start with carrot juice. Then try other veggies like spinach added to the carrot base, etc. I think it's always a good idea to use spinach, kale or another green. You can drink juice between meals or at least 30 minutes before eating. You'll feel fuller and will find yourself eating less food at meals.

  5. Miss Tiff profile image80
    Miss Tiffposted 5 years ago

    Add into pasta. There so many different kinds of pasta and a lot of recipes already include vegetables. But there are tons of pastas you can add vegetables to and they will still taste good.

  6. Pauline Davenport profile image59
    Pauline Davenportposted 5 years ago

    Try different ways of cooking them to make them delicious - for instance, the ubiquitous cabbage, famed for being boiled, is delicious and very teenage friendly if  it's stir-fried in sunflower oil and a splash of soya sauce added. Carrots? cut them into juliennes ,pop them in a buttered dish,pour over some honey and roast them in the oven.The only downside is of course the extra calories, but they are good calories.......and onions? ooooh, fry them in butter for badness, and have them on a sandwich - oh my - dribblingly mouthwatering and lovely lovely lovely.