Making sure that you eat enough vegetables on a daily basis is imperative for your success, especially if you have diabetes.
Vegetables are a rich source of dietary fiber, helping to fill you up quickly while you’re on a restrictive eating plan.
And they’re virtually calorie-free so you can eat almost as much fresh produce as you want without having to worry about it impacting your body weight or your sugar levels.
Simply put, vegetables are a diabetics best friend.
The only drawback is that many people are not especially all that fond of the way they taste, and as a result they struggle to work them into meals and snacks.
The big news is that it doesn’t have to be this way!
With a few simple tricks you can jazz up almost any bland vegetables and transform them into a mouth watering dish that will get your taste buds dancing!
I say almost because brussel sprouts for example are one veggie I just can’t stomach 😀
Let’s look at some of my best tricks to boost the taste of vegetables for even the most sensitive palate.
So that you can eat the recommended volume without it feeling like a chore.
Preparing vegetables that are a delight to eat doesn’t have to be a challenge as long as you have some smart strategies in place.
Make sure that you use these regularly on a mix of fresh produce, and you can feel confident that you won’t become bored of having them in your diet.
With increased intake of fresh produce, you’ll see faster and more sustainable weight-loss success. Plus, you will feel a lot better too.