Improve Your Diet By Eating Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Greek yogurt dip, Recipe with hummus, Veggie dip

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Chances are you are not eating enough vegetables. That is because it has been found that nine out of 10 Americans do not consume enough produce. However there are easy ways to increase the number of greens that you eat, and one of them is by using greek yogurt veggie dip.
By dunking your produce in Greek yogurt veggie dip, you can increase the amount you eat from one cup to many in no time. That is because it tastes good and is better for you than traditional sour cream dips. In fact, Greek yogurt dips have almost 70% fewer calories and almost 90% less fat than the leading sour cream dips.
Increasing your vegetable intake through the use of Greek yogurt dip is important for a number of reasons. These include the fact that according to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, eating vegetables helps to aid in weight management. Produce consumption also helps to reduce the risk of many chronic diseases and conditions including cardiovascular disease and diabetes. In fact, by consuming legumes four or more times a week, either with or without Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip, you can lower your risk of chronic heart disease by more than 20%. You can also lower your risk of cardiovascular disease by more than 10%.
By eating both fruits and vegetables three or more times a day as opposed to one time or less a day you can lower your risk of stroke by almost 30%. Death by stroke is decreased by over 40% and death by cardiovascular disease is lowered by 25%. Furthermore, by eating hummus dip you can significantly lower your BMI (Body Mass Index) as well as your waist circumference.
Therefore, it is recommended that everyone eat, not only their vegetables every day, but they should also consume one and a half cups of beans each week to improve their health. This can be done by eating Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip or hummus spread. There are a variety of hummus dip recipes and Greek Yogurt Dip recipes, including one for a grilled summer vegetable pita pizza and one for hummus chicken salad.
If neither hummus, nor Greek yogurt veggie dip is your thing, then try some salsa recipes or a spicy guacamole dip to increase the number of vegetables that you are consuming and improve your diet.

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