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Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so what better time than now to celebrate with four of the healthiest green foods? We’re breaking down our top picks to include in your diet this month.
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The fall and winter months are the perfect time of year to add more flavor and spice to your diet. Not only from a flavor standpoint, but to help support a strong immune system as well. Adding anti-inflammatory spices to your diet can help reduce your inflammatory load and also keep germs at bay.
Starting your morning with a smoothie is the perfect way to pack in some superfoods and a nutritional punch in the first meal of your day. They are also easy to blend up and take on the go.
One of the most common misconceptions of a plant-based diet is that you can’t get enough protein in your diet. However, this is the furthest thing from the truth. There are so many different nutritious food options that are not only rich in protein, but rich in fiber, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Spirulina is one of nature’s most vibrant and nutrient-dense superfoods. You can’t miss its beautiful dark green color, and you can’t ignore all the health benefits spirulina offers.
Smoothies make the perfect breakfast or nutrient-dense snack option that you can make with little time and take on the go. You can also pack in all kinds of superfoods to help reduce inflammation and support overall health. If you are a big smoothie fan, or even if you don’t make smoothies regularly, but want to start adding them to your diet, consider adding in at least a few of these superfoods.
Salads are a great go-to healthy on the go lunch option. You can load them up with lots of dark leafy greens and plenty of superfoods, but what you drizzle over your salad can be the difference between a nutrient-packed lunch, and a not so healthy meal option.
June is right around the corner which means summer seasonal produce is likely popping up at your local grocery store and farmer's market. Being able to enjoy seasonal foods not only tastes better, but seasonal foods are also more nutritious than eating foods out of season