Eat More Vegetables

We love veggies and we want you to love them too! Get tasty tips for eating more veg from the food & nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Your Guide to Spring Veggies

What Is Purple Asparagus and How Do I Use It?
Add a textural snap, a flash of color and some excellent nutrients to your springtime meals with purple asparagus. If you've never cooked with it before, no worries, you can eat it raw.
How to Massage Kale
Learn how to massage kale leaves, and your salads will become even more flavorful.
5 Amazing Health Benefits of Spinach
Popeye was on to something. But don't worry—you can get your spinach in other ways. Here are 5-plus reasons to add spinach to your diet.
How to Cook Artichokes
Learn how to cook fresh artichokes with this easy guide, from steaming to grilling. Plus, find out when artichokes are in season.
What Is White Asparagus?
This unexpectedly pale spear isn't as strange as you think.
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Healthy Recipe Ideas

Baked Asparagus & Cheese Frittata
Rating: Unrated 7
Perfect for a spring brunch or light supper, this Italian omelet is baked so it is easy to serve to a group.
Pea Soup
Rating: Unrated 14
This simple pea soup recipe makes an elegant start to a spring meal. It's also a great way to use frozen vegetables when the produce section is looking bleak.
Do Tomatoes Cause Inflammation? Here's What a Dietitian Has to Say

Tomatoes are packed with nutrition. They're also a member of the nightshade family of plants, which have been rumored to cause inflammation. We separate myth from fact.