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1) Buy fresh vegetables in-season
They cost less and are likely
to be at their peak flavor.

2) Put a green vegetable on your dinner plate
Make it easy by simply slicing a romaine lettuce leaf, topped off with a spoonful of another vegetable. “Invite” broccoli or bok choy to your dinner table more often. Cook until bright green and serve with a dribble of low-fat salad dressing.

3) Choose vegetables with more potassium
Select beet greens, winter squash, spinach, and sweet potatoes often. Also choose lima beans, cooked lentils and split peas, and tomato products (paste,
sauce, and juice) for potassium.

4) Add color to salads
Use baby carrots, shredded red cabbage, or spinach leaves. Throw in a handful of mixed frozen vegetables that have had time to defrost. Frozen vegetables are
already partially cooked but will still add a crunchy texture. Include in-season vegetables throughout the year.

5) Munch on raw veggies
Add carrot sticks or sweet red pepper strips at lunch. Snack on celery sticks in the afternoon.

6) Learn how to prepare and cook vegetables
Open up a cookbook or turn on a cooking show to learn how to prepare delicious vegetables.

7) Buy vegetables that are easy to prepare.
Pick up prewashed bags of salad greens, baby carrots, or celery sticks.

8) Make vegetables interesting by adding
some crunch Sprinkle slivered almonds or other nuts on steamed vegetables. Add toasted peanuts or cashews to a vegetable stir-fry in place of meat.

9) Stock up on frozen or canned vegetables
For quick and easy cooking, have frozen or canned vegetables in your Yams
kitchen so you can microwave them when you are extra busy.

10) Get your vitamins and minerals from foods
Dark orange and green vegetables provide vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and many other nutrients. Foods are the best source of vitamins and minerals. Supplements cannot replace healthy food choices for a balanced diet.
Healthy Eating
Tips To Choosing Low Calorie Vegetables

Learn to love vegetables! Eating foods, such as vegetables that are low in calories per cup, instead of some other high calorie food, may be useful in helping to lower calorie intake. Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables
as part of an overall healthy diet may protect against certain types of cancer, reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes, and reduce the risk for stroke and other types of heart disease.