Let's Veg About It Podcast

EP. 22: If You Had My Veggies

February 20, 2018 Season 1 Episode 22
Let's Veg About It Podcast
EP. 22: If You Had My Veggies
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Let's Veg About It Podcast
EP. 22: If You Had My Veggies
Feb 20, 2018 Season 1 Episode 22
That Veggie Gurl: Holistic Chef, Health Coach and Teacher
If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet—cook more vegetables!
Show Notes
Cooking Veggies. This entire class episode is dedicated to answering your questions about cooking veggies. As the self-appointed marketing director for the veggies of the world, I’m without a doubt a proud veggie addict, and ya know it’s time for veggie wellness class. You will learn: 1. How to add more flavor to fresh & frozen veggies, even when you have diet restrictions 2. Cooking Spinach Do’s & Don’ts 3. How To Add Veggies To Desserts Powerful Produce Selection: What is this week’s Powerful Produce Selection? And why should you be adding it to your plate? Veggie Wellness Homework: 📚 It’s time to practice what you’ve learned. What assignment this week will help you go to the head of the veggie class? **BECOME A “Veggies Are Bae” VIP FOR FREE. Click the link below and receive: My free gift, “7 Day Veggie Vegan Meal Plan.” https://www.letsvegabout-it.com/blog Please subscribe to this podcast on iTunes|Stitcher|GooglePlay|Tune-In Radio Do you constantly struggle with making healthy eating or lifestyle changes? Whether you’re someone who has a specific wellness issue you want to address, or you need long-term support and accountability to help you achieve your health goals, I’d love to help. Interested In Health Coaching Services Email—veggiesarebaeacademy@gmail.com OR Click the Work With That Veggie Gurl Link https://www.letsvegabout-it.com/veg-up Social media FB-@letsvegaboutitpodcast Instagram-@letsvegaboutitpodcast Twitter @thatveggiegurl @letsvegaboutit (DISCLAIMER) The information provided is not a substitute for medical care or advice. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Always consult your doctor about making diet and lifestyle changes that are right for you.