Creative Ways To Increase Your Veggies Intake

Tanya Sehra
Jun 28, 2019   •  23 views

Do you or anybody your loved one runs away from healthy food? Do you make bad faces on seeing banana, apple or melon in your fruit salad or change your plan to have dinner on seeing bitter gourd, capsicum and radish? Knowing how important part of the diet fruits and vegetables are, here are some nice tips for you to have them everyday in your meals without really letting you know!

Drink Your Vegetables

If eating vegetables is really a big problem, try mixing them all together to have a good and healthy drink for yourself. In this way you will get the same nutrients without you disliking it. If you want a greener, vegetable taste, either for a smoothie or a power juice, then spinach, powdered greens, mint, carrots and broccoli are great gifts.

Make Veggie Based Soups

Other than vegetable juices, soups are also a healthy and better substitute. Soups are an excellent way to consume multiple servings of vegetables at once. You can make veggies the "base" by pureeing them and adding spices. Furthermore, it's simple to cook veggies into broth- or cream-based soups. Adding even a small amount of extra veggies, such as broccoli, to soups is a great way to increase your intake of fiber, vitamins and minerals.

Experiment With Veggie Noodles

Noodles are everyone’s favorite and also quite a regular snack. Adding a few chopped veggies into it can make it more fun and interesting. In this way, veggie noodles are easy to make, and a great way to get more veggies in your diet. Once the "noodles" are made, they can be consumed just like pasta and combined with sauces as well.

Always Have Vegetable Rice

A unique way to increase your veggie intake is by eating vegetable rice. Plain rice can be given a very good flavour of many nutritious veggies like carrot, broccoli, peas, potato, cauliflower. You can use them raw or cooked as a substitute for regular rice.

It’s time to get healthy with more vegetables in your diet. Switch to healthy without compromising on your taste. That’s a promise.