salads can be much more than just a side dish
Salads are much more than just a side dish.
More and more studies are showing that eating more like a vegetarian makes for a healthier lifestyle.
Salads are healthful and satisfying even if you’re not watching your waistline. With vegetables at their core, salads are great sources of vitamin C, and the leafiest among them supply plenty of that “foliage” vitamin, folate. The most colorful combinations—spiked with tomatoes, carrots, cabbages or bell peppers—also deliver vitamin A (as beta carotene), lycopene and other key phytonutrients.
This book contains delicious salad recipes including hearty main-dish salads that help you feel full and satisfied, as well as lighter salads to serve as a side dish or appetizer.
Dig into one tonight, and you’re well on your way to starting your own salad habit.