I have become interested in the many people I meet who are careful about what they eat. Lots of people have reduced or cut out gluten from their diets as well as diary. Teens now go vegan.
What has been your experience with cutting out certain foods? Do you feel better in your gut, have you lost weight and feel healthier overall?
14 Best and Worst Foods for Digestion
by Honolulu Mother
Here’s a Vox article on some of the reasons why Americans don’t eat enough vegetables, and some ideas for fixing that:
4 fixes for the astonishing lack of vegetables in the American diet
What do you think of those ideas? And do you have any favorite recipes or techniques for getting veggies on the table?
I’m partial to oven-roasting, especially cauliflower. And warm weather months are a good time for panzanella! I make a fairly simple one, and only when I have good tomatoes available. Ripe juicy tomatoes, big chunks of bread that were toasted in the oven at low heat, olive oil, salt, pepper, torn basil leaves, and mozzarella pearls, all tossed together — add cucumber or corn if you have some fresh — and there’s dinner! (Possibly with some questions from the kids like “Is this dinner?” and “Are we having any meat?”)