Want to Be Healthier? Eat Your Greens!
With all the high-calorie, low-nutrient food choices that often compete for attention in our fast-paced world, it’s important to remember our highly nutritious friends, the greens, sitting quietly in the produce aisle or local farmer’s market.
Always on your side, the greens are naturally low in calories and fat, and they’re packed with vitamins, minerals, proteins, phytochemicals, antioxidants and fiber. They promote vitality and help combat disease. And once you make your mind up to eat more of them, they can be surprisingly fun and easy to incorporate into your diet in lots of tasty and creative ways.
Spanish-Style Chard w/ Raisins & Hazelnuts
Pita Pizza with Kale Pesto
Addictive Citrus-Massaged Raw Kale Salad
Super Spinach Enchiladas
Braised Baby Bok Choy Recipe
Care2: 7 Tips to Make the Most of your Leafy Greens
Breaking Muscle: 7 Simple Ways to Get More Greens in Your Diet
the kitchn: How Do I Incorporate Dark, Leafy Greens Into My Diet?
Made to Glow: 10 Ways To Sneak More Green Veggies Into Your Diet
Steamy Kitchen: Difference Between Microgreens, Sprouts and Baby Greens
Dayton Daily News: Tiny microgreens packed with nutrients
7Day Vegan: Leafy Greens 101
Prep Day: How to Wash and Store Lettuce, Kale, Spinach and Other Leafy Greens in Advance
Whole Foods: Brazilian-Style Collard Greens
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