Eat More Vegetables

Eat More Vegetables

Eat More Veg logo

We love veggies and we want you to love them too! Get tasty tips for eating more veg from the food & nutrition experts at EatingWell.
 

Take Our Eat More Vegetables Challenge

We are challenging ourselves to eat 31 vegetables in 31 days! Join us for healthy recipes to try a different vegetable every day as well as helpful tips for buying, storing and prepping your veggies.

{{ArticleAdCardRow:a-9641,a-288725,a-289960;Title:`Sneak Veggies into Your Meals `}}

{{GridCardRow:r-273009,r-272930,r-272848,r-272735,r-270668;Title:`Our Favorite New Salads `}}

Term Nav Title
Eat More Vegetables
Featured Story: Use Most Recently Updated Content
false
Meta Description
We love vegetables and we want you to love them too! Get delicious tips for eating more vegetables from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.
Discoverable
On

Is Eggplant Healthy?

.blobArticle .blobContent p img { width:100%; display:initial; } .blobArticle .blobContent ul { margin-bottom:20px; } .blobArticle .blobContent ul li { list-style-type:disc; margin-left:20px; font-weight:normal; margin-bottom:5px; } .blobArticle .blobContent ol li { list-style-type: decimal; margin-left:20px; font-weight:normal; margin-bottom:5px; }

Whether you're wondering how to cook eggplant or have mastered eggplan

Healthy Proteins to Add Some Power to Your Salad

Submitted by admin on Mon, 06/17/2019 - 13:54
Salads are a great way to eat more veggies, but greens alone do not make a satisfying meal. They'll just leave you feeling hungry. Say "bye-bye" to wimpy greens and "hello" to healthy proteins to power up your salad. Protein-rich foods like chicken, eggs and chickpeas can beef up even the simplest base of leafy greens. Protein helps to build muscles and sticks around long after you've eaten to help you feel full and energized. High-protein diets have been linked to lower BMIs and smaller waists.

Riff on This Grilled Eggplant Dish to Make 4 Different Easy, Healthy Dinners

In the height of summer it's easy to liven up dinner: just look to all the fabulous summer produce, like eggplant, tomatoes and basil. But instead of hitting the "repeat" button on the same recipes, keep dinner feeling fresh by mastering a basic recipe and then riffing on it. Try starting with simple grilled eggplant with fresh tomatoes and salty cheese served over creamy polenta—or serve it over pasta for an even faster dish. Or swap out the eggplant for zucchini if that's what's popping in your garden. Or make your meal even more substantial by adding some grilled sausage.