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Ways to Add More Vegetables To Your Diet

May 14, 2020
January 23, 2023

Have you been told by your doctor or dietitian that you need to add more vegetables to your diet?  Are you just tired of eating the same salad everyday? There is no need to stress. We are here to give you some ideas.

You have probably heard the myriad of benefits of eating vegetables - they are high in fiber to help digestion and metabolism, cholesterol free, packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients, and most are lower in fat and calories. 

Whether they are starchy or non-starchy, here are some fun and creative ways to jazz up your meals and up your vegetable game. 


  • Try a vegetable smoothie (any combination of vegetables - include some dark greens)
  • Whole grain toast with tomatoes, cucumber, sprouts, avocado
  • Omelette with vegetables
  • Tofu scramble with vegetables
  • Add shredded zucchini, carrots, or other vegetables to breakfast potatoes or hash browns
  • Savory oats

For your Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks:

For more healthy snack ideas, click here

The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet guidelines as well as the ADA (American Diabetes Association)  guidelines recommend that we make half our plate vegetables. 

Now that you’ve got some fun and creative ideas for including vegetables in your diet, think of this as your superpower to help you strive for optimum health. Let’s get in the kitchen and get healthy together!