If you are like me, there are a bunch of veggies out there that I have yet to try and am afraid to because of waste and cost. So do what I do and mix them with other veggies you love, like parsnips with carrots, broccoli with cauliflower, etc.
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Involve children in meal prep. When kids have ownership they will want to eat the food they made. This is a great opportunity to introduce new veggies. In addition to learning to eat new foods, kids will learn about nutrition, cooking, cleaning up, working to help the family & kitchen safety.
I started my son cutting avocados with a plastic knife at 3. At 6 he is a pro with a chef's knife under my supervision of course. He loves to taste the new veggies that he cuts up for me!
First I introduce a new eating routine.First I forced myself into having breakfast,after one week when this was settle I introduce the rule '5 meals a day' after this water and so on.After one month and a half I introduce fitness starting with a daily walk to exercising 2 hours per day.
I try to make my snacks include fruit and/ or veggies and to balance those carbs with a protein. I also try to keep them in the 100-150 cal range. A friend introduced me to this snack a couple of weeks ago and it is my new favorite!
Cut an apple or pear into quarters, grind fresh black pepper and a little salt over the top, squeeze a little fresh lemon juice. A perfect sweet, savory, salty snack! I add a slice of Jarlsberg lite cheese and it comes in around 120 cals, delicious and satisying!
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