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Eating dark leafy greens is vital to a balanced diet. Greens provide some of best sources of essential nutrients on the planet and they should be much more prevalent in our daily food intake. The key is learning how to make them palatable!
Say goodbye to a crisper full of wilted lettuce.
In a recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control that ranked 47 "powerhouse fruits and vegetables," kale placed only 15th (with 49.07 points out of 100 for nutrient density)! Here's a roundup of the 10 leafy green cousins that researchers say pack a greater nutritional wallop.
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Carroty Couscous This Moroccan-style dish tastes good, looks good and is good for you. Enjoy it warm or at room temperature
If you believe undereating is the solution to fat loss or that undereating is the cause of your weight stall, you may have fallen victim to the fallacies of the underfed metabolism.
Did you hear that, everyone? You're smothering kale. It needs its space.
One of our standby dishes for a quick dinner is pasta with flavorful greens such as Swiss chard, broccoli rabe or kale.
By Johannah Sakimura Known for their A-to-zinc spectrum of vitamins and minerals, leafy vegetables like spinach and collards
Bored of eating the usual green salad? Tired of the typical ingredients? Whether you enjoy salad for lunch at the office