You know that vegetables are good for you, but you’re still struggling to eat them regularly. You would like to take better care of your health, but there’s always something standing in the way: little time for shopping and cooking, a lack of knowledge what to eat, or your taste buds protesting the change.
Eating veggies doesn’t have to be hard, and you too can learn to love eating them every day. It all comes down to some simple, but powerful actions you can take today to transform your health.
Optimizing your diet can have an immense impact on your life, and vegetables are the closest thing to a magic pill. Written by bestselling personal development author, salad-addicted Martin Meadows, How to Eat More Vegetables is a concise guide to help you eat and enjoy this most important food for a fulfilling life. Advice described in the book includes, among others:
5 techniques to get motivated to eat more vegetables (that have nothing to do with the “vegetables are good for you” argument).
What vegetables you should eat, divided into a low-return group of 13 vegetables and a top 20 high-return group (learn which veggies give you the best bang for your buck).
11 highly effective methods to eat vegetables every day (including 58 vegetable-rich alternatives to popular, less healthy foods).
How to enjoy the taste of vegetables (including 3 specific strategies to use every day).
6 strategies to enjoy vegetables without adding too much fat to them (you don’t have to coat your veggies with butter, cheese or dressing to enjoy the flavor).
13 ways to prepare vegetables to grab and go (no more excuses that you can’t eat veg
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