9 Ways to Love Vegetables More

Make any veggie taste amazing with these simple upgrades to the season's freshest picks.

June 28, 2013
Go Beyond "5 a Day"
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Want to be healthy? Five servings of vegetables a day isn't going to cut it, according to one of the most extensive studies on vegetable consumption to date. It turns out, seven servings are going to do the most to prolong your life and ward off chronic illness, the study, which was published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, found.

The best way to eat more vegetables? Make them taste amazing. Got peas? Add prosciutto. Love carrots? Try them with cumin and you'll love them even more. We consulted Paul Kita, co-author of the new cookbook Guy Gourmet: Great Chefs' Amazing Meals for a Lean & Healthy Body who gave us these 9 veggie tricks that will make any meal a masterpiece.

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