How To Eat More Vegetables

Unless you’re a bonafide vegetable lover, it might feel like a chore to consume enough to get all the essential nutrients you need each day. Sure, you understand that veggies have health benefits because they are loaded with important vitamins and minerals that support the whole body; in addition, they also have good amounts of fiber that aids digestion and gut health. But, it takes effort to incorporate veggies into your diet. You have to clean them, prep them, and sometimes cook them, and fit them into your daily routine which can require some planning.

We've got you covered. Below, you'll find 5 easy ways to turn yourself into a vegetable aficionado! 



How do you eat veggies if you are not a fan? Veggies can taste good. The secret lies in how you prepare them. 

Different cooking techniques produce different flavors and rich textures. Experiment in the kitchen to find your favorite ways of eating your veggies. When baked, broccoli and sweet potatoes are nice and sweet. If you saute zucchini in ghee, it gives off a  savory, buttery taste. Steamed butternut squash may not be your favorite, but if you bake it or combine it with coconut milk, chicken stock, and ghee, it turns into a tasty butternut squash soup! Trial and error, and a bit of recipe research online will definitely pay off in the long run. Look into cultures that primarily consume veggies, like Indian and other Asian cultures.


Few things taste as bad as spinach that has been hiding in your fridge for about a week. Position your veggies at eye-level in your refrigerator so you know what needs to be cooked and you never miss nature's expiration date.

Go further by cleaning, prepping, and cooking your produce at the beginning of the week. This way, all you need to do is pack them and head out. You can also use them as a base or side for dinner.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Slice carrots, cucumbers, and bell peppers into vegetable sticks and eat with your preferred dip for a quick, delicious snack
  • Roast a batch of hardy veggies, like broccoli, beetroots as well as brussels sprouts, so you constantly have tasty ready-to-eat greens handy.
  • Wash them, chop them, store them in the drawer. Think of greens like lettuce which keep well in the crisper drawer. When you’re ready, all you have to do is grab them when you’re having a salad.
  • Use a spiralizer to make zucchini or tasty sweet potatoes into veggie spaghetti and use them on a new or favorite pasta recipe. 
  • Prep a flavorful dip like guacamole with avocado oil or MCT oil.

You might have seen lettuce wrapped hamburgers or cauliflower pizza. These are great ideas  for boosting your veggie intake throughout the day without dreading them. You can also use lettuce cups instead of tortillas or add neutral-flavored vegetables to mass up your favorite meals, like blended cauliflower as oatmeal. The possibilities are endless, you just have to find the right mix!


Frozen veggies are great replacements for limp spinach and wrinkled zucchini. Flash frozen veggies and fruits are great options to enjoy healthy food without the pressure to consume them asap, which can pose a problem for busy people. They're frequently picked at their optimal time and frozen right away. They're nutrient-dense and also as yummy as their fresh counterparts-- but they have a way longer shelf life. 

Choose your preferred frozen veggies and use them in the same ways you would use fresh ones. Steam frozen broccoli until it shines in vibrant green, or bake icy cauliflower florets on a baking sheet. They don't even need to thaw first.


Veggies aren't just for supper. Start your day with toasted sweet potato, a veggie-loaded frittata, or a breakfast salad. Or drink your meal! Add NutraV Grass-Fed Seabuck Protein  to a smoothie for a rapid serving of vitamins and minerals, as well as healthy fats and proteins. It’s made from grass-fed cows, and formulated with other powerful ingredients like seabuck and pomegranate, making it not only nutritious, but an effective immune-booster as well. 

Vegetables are a must in your diet, and you should try to eat as much as you can to ensure you get the optimal nutrients needed for a healthy body. Supplements are optional, but the right ones can definitely contribute a great deal to your vitality. Another good option aside from NutraV Grass-Fed Seabuck Protein, is NutraV Z-Hydrate. Formulated with a proprietary blend of ingredients that can help improve nutrition. hydration, and your overall health. Just like veggies, NutraV is natural, good for you and we have a variety of options for you to choose from!