March Madness! Go Green! #FitIn5 Day 7
March is the perfect time to incorporate more green in your life and when I mean green, it is the green that we eat!! Today’s challenge, day 7 of the 29 day challenge, will include the next 5 days. The challenge is to add a little more green in the diet such as these beautiful little brussels 🙂 We all know there are so many health benefits of adding more vegetables in our daily nutrition but are you actually doing it? I challenge you to add 1 more vegetable than you normally do every day for the next 5 days. Try something new to make it interesting and don’t complicate it. Just go to the grocery and you will find so many beautiful plants sitting quietly in the produce just waiting to be bagged. All it takes is a good wash, a chop or two, a little EVOO, sea salt and pepper and roast for about 15 – 20 minutes on 400 degrees as I did with these delicious sprouts. I would love to see your photos, tag me on IG or Twitter at @nthefitzone or comment here or on my facebook page.
What is your favorite vegetable to roast?
Consult your physician before beginning any new diet or exercise program.
Posted on March 9, 2014, in FIT IN 5, On The Side and tagged brussels sprouts, challenge, Cooking, easy side dish, easy vegetable dish, EVOO, fitin5, food, green, health and wellness, healthy recipe, high fiber, how to cook brussels sprouts, lowfat, March Madness, Recipe, roasted vegetables, sea salt, side dish, st. patricks day, vegetables. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.