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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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MCFITZ2 6/17/2014 9:19PM

    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.

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BELLENGLISH 6/17/2014 8:59PM

    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.

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VICKITS 6/17/2014 8:57PM

    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.

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COCOAFAYE 6/17/2014 8:54PM

    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.

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