Ok, I'll admit it. I don't really like veggies. At least the ones that are best for you - like asparagus, kale, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, the list goes on. I was thinking of calling my blog "the veggies haters club". I have learned to like romaine lettuce and spinach in salads, along with onions. And I do enjoy the starchy second-class vegetables like potatoes, corn, and carrots.
So here I was, working with my personal trainer on a food plan, and he was putting major amounts of this green stuff into my food plans. I told myself - "ok, for the greater good I will gag this all down," but after a few days I was seriously asking myself whether I could keep this up forever. And any sign of learning to love these things wasn't happening.
Can a veggie hater lose weight and get healthy? Well, I'm here to tell you yes, it is possible. How? Well, there are many tips I could offer, and probably will over time, but these are a good start:
Remember, your commitment to health is bigger than the little annoyances you experience along the way. Once you've decided to do whatever it takes, you deal with the smaller issues as they come rather than letting them become major obstacles.