Eat More Green Vegetables

Eat More Green Vegetables

Fresh raw green leafy vegetables contain chlorophyll, easily digestible proteins, enzymes, vitamins and minerals. Green leafy vegetables are nutritious, however most people do not eat enough of them! Vegetables are great for your blood, brain, immune system and kidneys.   Try adding Spinach, kale, watercress, parsley, lettuce, endive, chicory, broccoli and sprouts to your diet.

Eat More Green Vegetables

“Greens are the No. 1 food you can eat regularly to help improve your health,” says Jill Nussinow, MS, RD, a culinary educator in Northern California and the author of The Veggie Queen.

Eat More Green Vegetables

How To Add More Green Vegetables Into Your Day:

  • Use the top shelf of your fridge for your ready to eat veggies.  This keeps them in site and easily accessible when you are hungry.
  • Add vegetables to what you are already eating.  Soups, sauces, chili, etc..
  • Grow your own garden.  I live in Canada and only have a few months of gardening.  I had carrots, peas and zucchini this year.  Nothing better than picking the veggies fresh from the garden.
  • Purchase frozen veggies in the winter.  I typically have some sort of frozen veggie in the freezer that I can quickly add to any dish.  Great alternative when fresh is not available.  Be sure to purchase 100% veggies, no added ingredients.

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