Vegetables should be an essential part of a healthy diet. It is even suggested that one should eat about 400 g of veggies every day. This is mainly because they are full of vitamins, minerals and other beneficial ingredients. However, it would be boring to eat a few varieties over and over again when there are so many options. For example, to make a quick and simple salad just chop the vegetables, prepare the dressing, some protein source, carbs and you’re done.

If you have more time, you can experiment and create a full-fledged main course from vegetables. For example, it can be baked vegetable pasta or cauliflower, broccoli or zucchini pancakes. Various veggie fries, blender soups or sauces taste just as good. And don’t be afraid to incorporate vegetables into desserts, breakfast meals and other sweet recipes. Beetroot and zucchini are perfect for brownies, while carrots can be used to prepare delicious cake or pie. In short, if you get creative enough and use tried and tested recipes, meeting your daily vegetable intake will be very easy.

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Fitness Recipe: Carrot and Celery Soup

Vegetables are an essential part of any diet, but eating salads or raw vegetables all the time can become a bit monotonous. That’s why we highly recommend this delicious soup, which not only warms you up, but also tastes great.

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