Salads aren’t just for summer! Try this winter salad recipe from Lisa Suriano at Veggiecation® to make your winter a little more wonderful.
This winter salad is a wonder! It’s zesty, spicy, delicious, healthy, and can be ready in five minutes. Try it today!
By making your own salad dressing, you can keep salt levels low while adding flavors you like. Prepared salad dressings are often high in sodium, so using homemade is a healthier option, especially if you’re at risk for high blood pressure. Plus, monounsaturated fats in olive oil, when eaten in moderation, can lower your cholesterol and your risk for heart disease and stroke.
You can make this recipe even healthier by:
Check out the nutrition facts for this recipe below!†
†Nutrition facts are estimated and based on the brand that is purchased at the supermarket. To ensure accuracy of total nutrient intake, it is recommended that you read the food labels on each product.
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“Free Nutrition Label Generator,” OnlineLabels.com. Accessed November 30, 2016.
“Health Risks and Disease Related to Salt and Sodium,” Harvard School of Public Health. Accessed November 30, 2016.
Healthfirst Nutrition Team
“Monounsaturated Fats,” American Heart Association. September 16, 2016.
“SuperTracker,” United States Department of Agriculture. Accessed November 30, 2016.