I try and sneek veggies into our meals as my family really isn't big on eating them. I steam carrots and spinach often and then puree and mix into pasta, burgers, etc! They rarely notice and when they do, I just call it "seasoning". The best part is my 8 year old daughter realizes now and we've been having great conversations about foods that are packed with vitamins and why it's so important to make the coice to put them into your body INSTEAD of processed food or sugar! :)
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Cooking with Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil. Coconut Oil has no trans fatty acids. It helps with cholesterol control, help support the adult immune system and may help to contribute to a healthy gastrointestinal tract.
Used to fried foods and cook veggies.
Curry is a mixture of tumeric, coriander and cumin. Tumeric which helps IBS and colitis, ward off dementia, helps with arthritis and rheumatism Cumin helps flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, nausea. Coriander lowers blood sugar naturally.
Sprinkle on Sweet Potatoes, add to veggies, soups, stews
Dislike fruits/veggies? make smoothies & stir fry's!
Turn your veggies into smoothies, and have a smoothie with nearly every meal (add different fruits each time). For extra yum, add splenda to your smoothies & soy milk they'll taste like milk shakes! Also, you can add a handful of spinich to most fruit smoothies without being able to taste it!
Also, make stir fry's with your veggies.
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