If we all knew how to eat healthier, we’d all be doing it, right?
“I know I’m supposed to eat vegetables, but it’s just so hard to get them in.” I wish I had a penny for every time I heard a client or friend say this.
You may know vegetables are good for you but did you know that research shows that eating 7 or more servings of vegetables a day significantly reduces your risk of cancer, heart disease, and stroke?
Yep, that’s right, vegetables can save your life.
Veggies are loaded with disease- and age- fighting antioxidants and fiber which promotes gut health and helps keep you full. They also have high water volume, which aids in hydration and keeps you feeling full long after you showed that zucchini the way to your belly.
You’re not alone if you’re still having trouble incorporating enough of them into your diet. So I’m going to teach you how to eat healthier by getting them in 5 times daily (which by the way, easily adds up to more than the recommended 7 servings!), without spending hours in the kitchen or having the skills of your fave Food Network star.
Check out the video above where I give you ways to get a veggie in at every meal, (plus two snacks!) starting with breakfast.