Finding a Way to Eat Vegetables
Vegetables for Veggiephobes
Yes they are good for you. Yes, they will help you
with weight loss and add the nutrients you ...
4 Ways to Eat Vegetables
Add it to a Recipe. With a little creativity, you can add vegetables to your favorite
recipes. Experiment with pasta sauce...
Soup it up. Soups are a great way to fill up with healthy fare. You can puree or
blend spinach, broccoli and other vegetab...
Add them to Salads. With a favorite dressing, you can add other vegetables
to the salad such as tomatoes (technically a fr...
Drink it. Juice or blend your vegetables and add it with fruits to make it
taste sweeter. You can add celery, spinach, cuc...
Find a way to eat Vegetables
Vegetables are high in nutrients and low in calories.
Experiment with different ways to add t...
Fit in the Middle
Weight Loss Program
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Vegetables are high in nutrients and low in calories. Experiment with different ways to add them to your meals to receive their benefits. Here are four ways to mix vegetables into other foods so you can enjoy the food and gain the nutritional benefits of vegetables.

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Vegetable Ideas for Veggie Haters

  1. 1. Finding a Way to Eat Vegetables
  2. 2. Vegetables for Veggiephobes Yes they are good for you. Yes, they will help you with weight loss and add the nutrients you need. And yes, it’s annoying to hear how great kale is when it tastes like a leaf. If you are a veggie lovers, good for you. You will have an easier time staying fit and even losing weight. If you are a veggiephobe, take heart. We have a few ways to eat vegetables without tasting them.
  3. 3. 4 Ways to Eat Vegetables
  4. 4. Add it to a Recipe. With a little creativity, you can add vegetables to your favorite recipes. Experiment with pasta sauce, stews, and other dishes by adding a few vegetables to them. Start small and see if you notice the change in taste. You can also add vegetables to pizza, like this vegetarian pita pizza recipe.
  5. 5. Soup it up. Soups are a great way to fill up with healthy fare. You can puree or blend spinach, broccoli and other vegetables into tiny bits. Add it to chicken soup, mushroom soup, or clam chowder to amp their vegetable content. If seasoned properly, even the most ardent veggie hater will enjoy it.
  6. 6. Add them to Salads. With a favorite dressing, you can add other vegetables to the salad such as tomatoes (technically a fruit), carrots, cucumber, green peas, broccoli or cauliflower.
  7. 7. Drink it. Juice or blend your vegetables and add it with fruits to make it taste sweeter. You can add celery, spinach, cucumber, zucchini, and any other vegetables you can think of. You can even add oatmeal to make it a complete and filling meal.
  8. 8. Find a way to eat Vegetables Vegetables are high in nutrients and low in calories. Experiment with different ways to add them to your meals to receive their benefits. Get creative in the kitchen and seek vegetable dishes at restaurants. You may grow to like them.
  9. 9. Fit in the Middle Weight Loss Program

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