Do you have a hard time getting your full daily 3 to 5 daily veggie servings? Or you don’t have much time to cook? These tips make it easy to add more veggies to your diet.
It only takes a few minutes to chop, wash and steam vegetables but if time is tight or you end up throwing out your fresh veggies—make the move to frozen. You can find an impressive variety of mixed and solo veggies that only take a few minutes to warm up. I always make more than a serving size and leave the rest for leftovers and snacking.
Organic Juice And Smoothies
The selection of organic and chemical additive-free juice and smoothies has never been better—empowering you to drink your fruits and veggies. Have as a side with one of your daily meals or as an antioxidant-rich snack.
Add Veggies In
When you do have time to cook find ways to add veggies into every dish. Go beyond the limitations of a salad to adding peas, spinach, or tomatoes to your favorite recipes. This includes canned soups and other heat and serve meals.
With just a few small changes you can easily increase your veggie intake.