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Difficult Healthy Habit

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The most difficult healthy habit for me to incorporate is eating more vegetables. I personally only like raw veggies, so most cooked vegetables don't taste good to me. I make sure to eat a garden salad almost every day, but it is hard to develop a habit of having a type of veggie at every meal.
How do you do it?
Someone recommended getting some veggies into an omelette and I think that is a great idea!
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    We eat some of our veggies raw and some slightly cooked so they still have a crunch.
    I use eggplant sliced instead of noodles for lasagna.
    Spaghetti squash instead of noodles.
    Also once in a while v-8 unsalted juice.

    1047 days ago
    I am with you. I love raw veggies and eat salads sometimes twice a day. I put about eight or more different vegetables in my salad. Also, I put kale, spinach, or other greens into my smoothie.

    There are a few vegetables I love cooked, but most are raw.
    I may try to put some into an omelette as well.

    Try it, you may like it. You can do it.
    1047 days ago
    You can eat raw veggies, eat what will work but is healthy. Expand your healthy habits a little at a time and you won't notice as much.
    1047 days ago
    I love veggies, raw or cooked. The hardest thing I've been unable to do is eat a plain garden salad. I seem to have to have some type of meat including bacon bits. I'm working on it.
    1047 days ago
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