40 Delicious and Easy Ways to Eat More Vegetables Every Day

40 Delicious and Easy Ways to Eat More Vegetables Every Day | The Health Sessions

Your mother, doctor and diet books have all been saying it for years: eat your vegetables.

We all know that greens are packed with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that boost our health. Research has linked eating plenty of vegetables to a lowered risk for heart disease and cancer, better weight management and even happiness.

But often a busy work – and social life get in the way of eating those five servings a day. Not to mention that eating 200 grams of vegetables on a daily basis can seem like a lot to chew on.

And it’s not just you. Studies have shown that only 1 out of 10 British and American adults eat the recommended amount of veggies a day.

So how can you add more green to your diet?

These 40 delicious ideas will show you how you can easily slip in more vegetables, even on days when you have little time to cook.

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19 Quirky Ideas to Fit More Physical Activity into Your Busy Day


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Have you ever realised how many hours you spend sitting down each day?

Most of us drive to work, sit behind a desk all day, before we go home again to chill out on the couch. Apparently, the average adult spends 9,3 hours sitting down – and it’s slowly killing us.

Research has shown that for every hour you spend in front of the TV or computer, your life expectancy lowers by 21,8 minutes – even if you exercise the recommended 30 minutes a day.

Every time you sit, the electrical activity in your muscles immediately slows down. This causes a chain reaction of damaging metabolic effects: your calorie-burning rate drops sharply, while your bad cholesterol and blood sugar levels go up. That’s how a sedentary lifestyle increases your risk of weight gain, heart disease and type  2 diabetes.

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The Fundamentals of The Health Sessions

 

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There are millions of websites and books out there about health, nutrition and fitness, all encouraging you to lead a healthier lifestyle. And yet, few health experts ever fully answer the question why you should actually try to improve your health behaviour.

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