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Cold Weather Salad Tips

6 days ago   |   By Food and Health

Does this colder weather make you or your clients shy away from salads?
We're here to help!
After all, salads aren't just for spring or summer and they don't always have to be cold! Salads can include both raw and cooked vegetables, tubers, grains and a variety of fresh or dried fruit. They may also include nuts or seeds, dairy products, beans, or even lentils.
Research shows that a diet high in fruits and vegetables is not only beneficial in reducing the risk of cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, but also depression. A study in young adults aged 18 to 25 in the US found that those with...
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