NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Is 2016 the year of veggies? The Centers for Disease control and Prevention released brand new dietary guidelines that states people are eating more vegetables this year instead of meat.
Joining us Sunday on Good Morning Connecticut, Health expert, Kara Ganssle with Pop Weight Loss shared some tips on weight loss and improving health at the same time by eating more vegetables.
Ganssle shares recipes from hummus to a healthy bean salad. She shows up how sneaking vegetables in to your early morning mix will give you more energy throughout the day and keep the weight off. Ganssle also shows some healthy ways to snack by incorporating more fiber in your diet.
For more information, just go to www.popweightloss.com.