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When you think of your favorite vegetables, 🤔 Cauliflower might not automatically come to mind, but this mild colored, mild-flavored vegetable delivers a whole spectrum of health benefits that’ll have you wondering how you can get more of it in your meals each day. 🍽
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Spinach is a superfood and has many health benefits.
Only 6.8% of Australians are eating enough veggies per day, these figures are extremely alarming.
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In this healthy ingredient spotlight, we look at cauliflower. Cauliflower is making it's way into so many recipes as a great low carb, and keto option. Click the link to read about cauliflower nutrition, benefits, and cooking tips! #Cauliflower #HealthyIngredients #CookingTips #Keto #LowCarb
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I’m always telling people to eat the rainbow—that means every color of fruits and vegetables—even black and white for that matter. When you eat a diverse assortment of produce, that means you’re gaining full advantage of all those phytochemicals in the plants, which paint their flesh these vibrant colors, whether it’s anthocyanin in blueberries, lycopene Read More...
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One medium-sized (5.3oz) skin-on potato has 110 calories, fat 0%, cholesterol 0%, fiber 7%, vitamin C 30%, Potassium 15%, vitamin B6 10%. Potato nutrition facts, calories and benefits from Potatoes USA, the authority on potatoes.
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Looking for ways to eat healthy foods, reduce your food waste, and stretch your grocery budget while in Quarantine? We spoke with conscious eating expert Sophie Egan to give you some of our top conscious (and healthy) eating tips so you can make great choices at the grocery store. Whether you're cooking for one or the whole family, we'll give you the motivation and knowledge you're looking for.
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Kale, collard greens, arugula, beet greens, spinach, and mustard greens are among the healthiest leafy greens for different reasons.
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