Vegetables

Summer Watermelon Salad Recipe | Mark’s Daily Apple – Health Education Article

We can generally get our hands on a watermelon any time of year, but these are the months when they actually taste sweet and juicy. As soon as watermelons come into season, my Summer Watermelon Salad comes out of hiding. It’s a late summer treat that reminds us that even though we’re hearing the first whispers of school starting and pumpkin spice, it’s still summertime. This watermelon salad is a sweet, crunchy, tangy accompaniment to any summer meal. Tip: feel…

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Hawaiian BBQ Chicken “Big Ass Salad” Bowls with Quick Pickles Recipe – Health Education Article

All raw. All cooked. A little of both. With meat, or without. Artfully arranged in a pretty plate or thrown together in a to-go container as your run out the door. There are infinite ways to assemble your “Big Ass Salad.” What’s the best way to make yours? The best “Big Ass Salad” is the one you’ll make, and the one you’ll enjoy eating. With flavorful veggies, sweet BBQ chicken, and salty pickles, this version of the BAS keeps your…

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Grilled Greek Summer Veggies Recipe – Health Education Article

When planning a BBQ menu, the meat is usually the star, and the sides are an afterthought. With this Grilled Greek Summer Veggies recipe, a platter overflowing with colorful marinated and grilled vegetables steals the show. This is the perfect vegetable side dish for summer. It’s very no-fuss, keeps well in the refrigerator to eat throughout the week, and can feed a crowd. Customizing Your Greek Grilled Veggies You’ll find that this recipe adapts well to small tweaks to suit…

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Healthy Indonesian Fried Rice with Vegetables – Health Article

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One Pan Cajun Chicken & Roasted Veg – Health Article

<!– Sign up to my weekly newsletter — Spice up your mealtimes with this simple one-pan chicken creation. You may have seen me make it for dinner on my Insta stories this week, swapping out the chicken for salmon – another super nutritious and easy meal idea. We’ve made our own Cajun spice mix, but you can also purchase a pre-made version from your local supermarket. Enjoy! One Pan Cajun Chicken & Roasted Veg  Serves: 2 Ingredients 1 small sweet potato,…

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Is ‘five-a-day’ enough for a growing child? – Health Article

Is ‘five-a-day’ enough for a growing child? How do we really give our children the best diet? Diet. Not something that used to be associated with children but more a desperate attempt to drastically change the way people eat to lose weight. Nowadays the world is far more conscious of what is fuelling our bodies and minds. Especially when it comes to children, they need to be nourished and nurtured as well as educated as to what is healthy and…

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Okra & Tomatoes – Nutrition Pair – Health Education Article

This Okra & Tomatoes recipe is so easy and so delicious! We live in the South and most people here prefer to have their okra fried and have usually not eaten it cooked any other way. Here is a healthy, delicious alternative that we often share with our clients.  Okra is a low calorie vegetable high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, B-Complex & Folate. One surprising benefit of okra is found in the phytochemical, mucilage, which aids digestion and helps…

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