Not Eating Your Vegetables
A well-balanced diet is the key to taking care of your body and most problems related to your health. Not many people want to invest the time they need into creating balanced meals every day. So, they resort to what’s the easiest or quickest to grab or make. And for that reason, vegetables are often left out of the mix. Vegetables are essential because they’re rich in fiber and provide a wide range of vitamins and minerals. Signs that you’re not eating enough vegetables include dull-looking skin. You will have trouble keeping off weight. Plus, your vision won’t be as good as it once was. You will constantly feel tired and have irregular bowel movements. One way you can start including more vegetables is to create a breakfast smoothie. You can add vegetables to your sandwiches or wraps or include roasted vegetables to your dinner.