We all know that vegetables are good for us, right? There are plenty of studies that suggest people who eat more vegetables have decreased risk for developing heart disease, some cancers, diabetes, weight gain, high blood pressure, and bone loss. This makes sense because vegetables are full of important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phytochemicals that help keep our bodies running well. The gold standard for “chewing” a healthy diet would be to fill half our plates with vegetables at the majority of our meals.
You might be thinking… blah, blah, blah, this information is nothing new and how am I going to get those veggies to taste great on my plate?!?!
I understand. I often hear people say they do not like this veggie or that veggie because it doesn’t taste good. And, I have to admit, in some cases I agree . Unfortunately, many people feel this way…
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