Wondering which fruits and/or vegetables you should peel or de-seed before putting them in your NutriBullet? Worry no more - this chart is here to help! With a long list of various fruits and vegetabl...

Wondering which fruits and/or vegetables you should peel or de-seed before putting them in your NutriBullet? Worry no more - this chart is here to help! With a long list of various fruits and vegetabl...

Zero Calorie Food Chart. Topic: diet, weight loss, paleo, nutrition, fruits, vegetables, vegetarian, healthy eating.

Zero Calorie Food Chart [Infographic]

Zero Calorie Food Chart. Topic: diet, weight loss, paleo, nutrition, fruits, vegetables, vegetarian, healthy eating.

Today, I'm sharing my January Seasonal Produce List! For the past year or so, I have been doing recipe development by looking at seasonal produce charts and meandering around the farmers' market and local grocery stores for inspiration. Growing seasons echo what our bodies crave - the butternut chili you want to make is a seasonal choice, whereas a slice of watermelon feels out of place until summer - and I love embracing that throughout the year.  Every month this year, I plan to share a…

January Seasonal Produce List

Today, I'm sharing my January Seasonal Produce List! For the past year or so, I have been doing recipe development by looking at seasonal produce charts and meandering around the farmers' market and local grocery stores for inspiration. Growing seasons echo what our bodies crave - the butternut chili you want to make is a seasonal choice, whereas a slice of watermelon feels out of place until summer - and I love embracing that throughout the year. Every month this year, I plan to share a…

Below is a table I made for you with most common vegetables and carbs per 100 g. Green: veggies with less than 2.5 g carbs - you can eat in larger portions. Yellow:  between 2.5 g and 5 g carbs - OK, but eat in moderation. Red: more than 5 g carbs - be careful. It's quite easy to eat 100 g or more when eating vegetables so keep it to small amounts.

Below is a table I made for you with most common vegetables and carbs per 100 g. Green: veggies with less than 2.5 g carbs - you can eat in larger portions. Yellow: between 2.5 g and 5 g carbs - OK, but eat in moderation. Red: more than 5 g carbs - be careful. It's quite easy to eat 100 g or more when eating vegetables so keep it to small amounts.

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