Vegetables tend to be the food group many people constantly find themselves both loving and hating. I love them because they're good for my family, prevent health issues, and I know how to cook them to please my personal taste. The hate part of the relationship often comes when my kids starting throwing them off the table and I have to start sneaking some greens into their meals. I know sneaking veggies can be controversial, but it's necessary when I start to notice the weird signs you aren't eating enough vegetables to watch out for.
The USDA Dietary Guidelines suggest people eat at least three to five servings of vegetables per day. However, it's also important to take into consideration age, sex, and daily activity to pinpoint a healthy amount of personal vegetable intake. Unfortunately, most people aren't eating enough vegetables on a daily basis, even though many think their intake is good. Missing a day here or there may go unnoticed, but consistently overlooking vegetables can be the catalyst of a mind-boggling amount of health issues, big and small.
If you find yourself constantly wondering why you feel a certain way or why you're having trouble in a specific area (mentally or physically), you may want to start looking out for these weird signs you're not eating enough vegetables.