Eat at least 3 cups of vegetables every day…think ‘Rich in Health’! They are rich in color, crunch and variety,… Rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytochemicals and fiber. They can make you Rich in Health. Try taking raw vegetables to eat with lunch. Add more vegetables to your dinner menu. Eat raw vegetables when you need a snack. Focus on trying new vegetables – one at a time. It takes about 10 eating experiences to learn to like a new food. Eat in small amounts more often and you may start to enjoy new vegetables. Hide vegetables in soups or lasagna. Blend or grate them into dishes.
Tell yourself that eating vegetables is better than taking medication. Allyl sulfides, Dithiolthiones, Indoles, Isothiocyanates, Glucosinates, Coumarines and Flavonoids are just some examples of powerful phytochemicals found in vegetables. They can block carcinogens from damaging DNA, and can stimulate anti-cancer enzymes.