5 Ways to Add More Green to your Diet

"Eat your veggies" We have all heard or even maybe even given that piece of health advice MANY times in our lives. "Eat your veggies! Greens are good for you!" Although it may seem trite, it is good advice for those who are looking for more regularity, nutrient diversity and satiation from our diets. Green fruits and veggies tend to be extremely nutrient dense, meaning they provide a ton of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, fluid and fiber in a small package. They also have been shown to help prevent or manage certain chronic conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. What are some of the most nutrient-dense green veggies? Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Kale Collard Greens Swiss Chard Broccol

Kale Tahini Caesar Salad with Sesame Salmon

On these HOT summer days, sometimes a nice cold lunch that is already prepped and ready to be eaten is the most refreshing treat. I made a batch of this recipe for my lunches for the week. This week in PA, the heat index is going into the triple digits. So, yeah, the last thing I want to do is stand over a hot stove or oven every lunch break this week. Nutritionally speaking, this recipe is loaded with vitamin D, fiber, folate and iron. There are a ton of heart-healthy unsaturated fats from the sesame oil, tahini and the salmon. Those healthy fats in addition to the fiber help you stay fuller throughout your entire afternoon. For this salad recipe you will need: 2 anchovy fillets 1 egg 2 ga

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