Increase Your Health A Salad In One Hour

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables can lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease, lower risk of digestive disorders and help increase weight loss.

How can you increase your intake of fruits and vegetables? Simply by eating more salad. Salads can use both fruits and vegetables, and associate it with other healthy toppings and you'll improve your diet and quality of life both salad. Salad ingredients can also help the emotional well-being, reduce stress and anxiety.

Adding just a salad to your daily intake of food will greatly increase your health. One of the easiest meals to add a salad for lunch is. A break for lunch, which includes a salad will increase your energy and improve your overall well-being.

Some good ideas for breakfast breaking salads include salads that are high in fiber, rich in antioxidants and using a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. The more vegetables you can include your salad, the more you increase your health. Here are some tips break for lunch salad to increase health:

• Create a healthy salad base: use green leafy vegetables, as its base. These include spinach, spring mix salad, mesculin mixture or green leaf lettuce. For a different take on the salad, use cabbage, endive or arugula as base

• Use colorful vegetables in your salad: Think of the rainbow to make your salad. Use the red peppers, orange carrots, purple radicchio, green peas snap, and yellow squash. Even throw in blueberries or raspberries if you like the sweetness in your salad

• Add protein to your lunch break Salad: Adding protein to your salad, you will feel full longer. Protein should be lean chicken, turkey, tofu, egg whites, fish or vegetables. If you are hungry, you can add two sources of protein to your salad

• Add a healthy fat to your salad: Add a tasty fat but healthy for your salad.
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