The first and foremost and also the most obvious, green vegetables should be a part of your diet, both for lunch and dinner. And, that too daily. The importance of green leafy vegetables has been told since time immemorial. But, the experts also recommend that you include in your diet not only green but also all colours of vegetables – red, yellow, orange, etc. This way you won’t miss out on the range of fiber, phytochemicals, or nutrients. According to the guidelines, the daily consumption should be 100 g of leafy vegetables, 200 g of other veggies and 100 g of tomatoes. Dieticians also suggest legumes and a lentil salad twice a week.