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Mission 27: Eat More Vegetables And Legumes

Weight-loss advice usually focuses on eating less food, right?

But I’ve found you can’t eat too many of these little wonders.

In fact, eating more vegetables and legumes has made a big difference in my weight-loss success.  

Here’s why they’re so much of an asset on the weight-loss journey:

– They contain lots of fiber – which helps to fill you up, so you’re less likely to overeat

– They’re packed with nutrients – so you’re less likely to have cravings for something you’re not getting

– They help your skin look good – and when you look good it can motivate you to take better care of your diet and exercise

– They help you feel good – so you have plenty of energy to perform well

– Perhaps best of all, they can crowd out other foods – people tend to eat the same weight of food most days, so eating lots of nutrient-dense vegetables and legumes simply leaves less room for poorer choices.

Okay, so it makes sense to eat heaps of them. The trouble is, it’s not always easy to eat our vegetables!

So in this mission we’ll discover how to get more vegetable and legumes into your diet – and like it. 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Mission 27: Eat More Vegetables And Legumes

  1. Terry Currie says:

    Our group responses are below:
    Become aware of enjoying them so you’re more inclined to eat them more often. Cream Corn; frozen vegetables have less sodium; tomatoes; green beans; cucumbers; peas; broccoli; carrots; mangoes; okra; baked or crock pot vegetables
    We are lean meat and fish lovers
    Chicken or tuna salad sandwiches on wheat bread
    Frozen vegetables
    The cleanest and lowest in pesticides are as follows: onions; sweet corn; pineapples; avocados;
    cabbage; sweet peas; asparagus; mangoes; eggplant; kiwi; domestic cantaloupe;sweet potatoes; grapefruit; watermelon and mushrooms

  2. Kylie Browne says:

    A few months ago I would have considered eating more vegetables most un-a-peeling 😉 But lately I’ve been increasing the veg in our stir fry’s and adding a Tomato/Bok Choy/ Spinach mix to our weekly bacon & egg breakfast. Delicious.

  3. Terry Currie says:

    My group vegetables are: Mixed frozen vegetables; beets; broccoli [aka green trees], cauliflower, frozen sweet peas; vegetables with potatoes and corn, which are starches included; hominy; spinach [if you don’t like spinach Popeye eats spinach]; sauerkraut; celery; brussel sprouts; asparagus; eggplant; zucchini.
    Legumes listed below:
    • Black-eyed peas
    • Butter Beans
    • Chickpeas (Garbanzo Beans).
    • Great Northern Beans.
    • Italian Beans
    • Kidney Beans
    • Lentils
    • Lima Beans
    • Navy Beans
    • Pinto Beans
    • Soy Beans
    • Split Peas

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