These plant-based noodles explode with fiber from the konjac root, and the shiitake mushrooms boast immune-boosting properties that keep you healthy and feeling great.
With artichoke hearts and avocado, this colorful and hearty kale salad will fill you up and fuel you with veggies, healthy fats, and plenty of protein.
This soup will wow you with flavor and hearty goodness. It offers a blend of onions, leeks and garlic with crushed tomatoes, thyme, black pepper, cumin and a surprising ingredient: hot sauce.
Purple kale, in its beauty and texture, is a vegetable that definitely rises above the ordinary. This salad is rich in health-acclaimed purple pigmented, anthocyanins.
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This delicious, healthy smoothie features spinach and kale—the cancer-fighting greens that keep you going—as well as sweet grapes, a pear, orange and banana. Ingredients 1 cup cleaned spinach leaves, firmly packed 1 cup cleaned kale, roughly chopped, firmly packed 1 cup green seedless grapes 1 Bartlett pear – core, stem and seeds removed 1 orange … Read More
Don’t give kale, tomatoes or berries the boot. These veggies will help you meet 100% of your daily nutrient needs. Here are our top picks for veggies and fruit — and why we like them.
Kale and spinach — both “super veggies” — are packed with nutrients because they’re leafy greens. To find out if one or the other is better for your heart, we asked Heart & Vascular Institute dietitians Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, and Kate Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD.
If you’re gonna blend up a Bloody Mary, why not sneak in some omega-3 fatty acids to boost the nutrients? The secret ingredient: kale. This leafy green is an excellent natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, which aids memory and protects your heart and joints. That said, drink the alcohol in moderation so you don’t … Read More