I have a question regarding nutrition and vegetable intake that the internet has so far been unable to answer. I need an Idiot's Guide to eating the fewest amount of vegetables possible while still getting what vegetables have to offer. Are you willing and able to guide this idiot? [more inside]
What are your favorite recipes that fulfill the following criteria: low in carbohydrates, lots of good fats, medium to generous on the fiber, and filling/hearty? I'm thinking veggies, soups, and sides, mostly, since that's where my recipe book is weakest. [more inside]
Filling, low carb snacks that are relatively price-sensible? [more inside]
Please tell me all ways in which you incorporate veggies into your diet. [more inside]
What vitamin/nourishment consequences do I need to understand about my recent shift from all-around meat-eater to "pescatarian"? [more inside]
I have two weeks off for christmas and I would like to use that time to do a very effective liver, colon, kidney cleanse. Can someone please give me a detailed plan including which order to do the cleanses; I've heard to do kidneys before liver so you can properly flush. I'm interested in what my meals should look like (juice fast, master cleanse, raw foods) as well as what supplements are helpful to expel crap from my guts. My goal is not weightloss. I tend to breakout in rashes after meals and I plan to slowly reintroduce foods after the cleanse to gauge what foods I have negative reactions to. It might be relevant to mention that I eat fish and eggs and cheese but no other animal products. Thanks for all your help.
What are good vegetable substitutes for otherwise carb-laden fare? For example: mashed cauliflower to replace mashed potatoes and spaghetti squash to (kind of) replace spaghetti.
I'm awful at eating vegetables. Any way I can increase my veggie intake to 8 servings a day without eating a bajillion salads? I like soups and smoothies, but I need recipes. [more inside]
A friend of mine is looking to get back into eating healthier and asked me to pose this question to the hive mind: after about 15 years of very low vegetable intake, how safe is this switch to his health when he is already experiencing some health difficulties? His full explanation and [more inside]
One serving of lentils has only ~120 calories, 0 grams of fat, 10g of protein (20% of daily recommended amount), and 11g of fiber (44% of daily recommended amount). What are other superfoods with similarly high levels of protein and fiber, and low levels of carbs, fat, and calories?
Does the Sneaky Veggies tactic work for adults? I'm a big time picky eater. [more inside]
Help cure me of being a picky eater. [more inside]
Are there alternatives to eating vegetables? [more inside]
I'm thinking about trying to go vegetarian, if only for a month's experimentation. But for a variety of reasons, I know it will be very difficult indeed. So: suggestions? [more inside]
DietFilter: I am looking for a good diet to follow with my exercise routine. [MI] [more inside]