Eat More Vegetables

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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.

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The Case for Reducing Even Moderate Red Meat Consumption

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The Pollan Family Shares Secrets to Eating More Plants from Their Flexitarian Kitchen—and a Delicious Nacho Recipe

Michael Pollan likely didn't know just how much of an impact his now-famous adage, "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." would have on nutrition as we know it as he began his 2007 New York Times exposé on the problems within our modern food and health systems.

30-Minute Dinner Solutions: The Ingredient Staples You Should Always Have on Hand

It's no surprise that making a healthy dinner is a whole lot easier when you have a plan in place. Taking the time over the weekend to take inventory of what you already have on hand, write out a menu and grocery shop can make dinnertime much easier. But the reality is, things don't always go as planned and some nights you're left standing in your kitchen at 5 o'clock scratching your head trying to figure out what to make. It's nights like these when you can rely on pantry staples to make healthy, affordable and fast dinners at home.

9 Health Benefits of Gardening

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Sure, growing your own tomatoes or peppers is an inexpensive way to eat healthy—and nothing perks up a salad like a handful of freshly picked herbs. But gardening delivers a bushel of other benefits as well. Research shows it can reduce stress, fight heart disease and even boost your memory. That's no small potatoes!

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How to Grill Corn on the Cob

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Corn is a summer staple that demands to be cooked in an equally summery state of mind: out of the kitchen, preferably over an open flame. Picked ripe enough, fresh in-season corn can be eaten raw, right off the cob (seriously!). But nothing tastes better than row upon row of sizzling, smoky kernels roasted over glowing embers. Not only does grilling corn get you out of a too-hot kitchen, but the convenient, easy prep paves the way for a number of delicious dishes.

7 Ways to Eat More Vegetables

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7 Ways to Eat More Vegetables

Pack your meals with healthy produce using these 7 tips.

Research links diets rich in fruits and vegetables with a lower risk for heart disease, but The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that most Americans eat less than half the amount of recommended vegetable servings.