Greens: A Natural Alternative
I hope all is well with you and yours! Are you allowing nature to help you achieve and sustain optimal health? Check out my new post regarding greens. How are you getting more greens in your meal plan to increase energy and satiety and decrease calories? Remember, there is no quick way to sustainable health.
Give yourself the green light for more veggies!
Many Americans, including People Diagnosed With Diabetes (PWD), remain stuck in achieving and sustaining healthy meal plans. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), less than 1 in 10 Americans consume the recommended daily allowances of fruits and vegetables. If you consume large amounts of fast food, most likely, you are reducing the essential minerals and vitamins your body needs. In addition, ninety percent of Americans…
How to Add Greens to Your Meal Plan | Diathrive
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That is a struggle to get more greens in my body. Easier when summer is here instead of piles of snow and a cold cold wind blowing it around. But I am working on it.
One thought at a time. meal at a time. You got this!!
Excellent share Timika. You are right greens are beneficial. Thanks for the reminder. In winter I have soups and stews instead of salads. However, spinach would probably be a good addition. Blessings to you.😊
Absolutely Suzette! Thank you for reading and commenting. You can definitely add spinach and kale to soups! I’ve also added asparagus to soups and stews.
Yes, asparagus is a great idea. Thank you. Lovely share. I enjoyed it Timika.🙂
Thanks Suzette!!! Your welcome!!