Add a serving of leafy spinach to help protect against heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, and certain cancers.
Leafy green spinach is loaded with an army of beneficial nutrients to protect the body from cancer and disease. Spinach has 13 flavanoids that
help to fight cancer, protect against age related memory loss, and prevent heart disease.The magnesium in spinach helps to
lower high blood pressure and protect against heart disease, while vitamins C and A also benefit the heart by preventing cholesterol
from becoming oxidized in the body. Spinach also contains vitamin E that may help slow the loss of mental function, and vitamin
K that helps maintain bone health.
Just a small amount of nutty browned butter is needed to coat the gnocchi and distribute enough flavor to keep this superfast
pasta dish below 300 calories. Add chopped cook chicken breast for additional protein.
Mediterranean flavors like feta, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh lemon, and oregano highlight the creamy spinach filling. Make sure
to squeeze out any excess moisture from the spinach before combining with the other ingredients. The filling can also be used
to stuff chicken breasts or pork tenderloin.
Your guests will never know that this indulgent, cheesy, and warm appetizer is chock-full of beneficial nutrients. Vitamin
C, magnesium, and fiber from the spinach and artichokes help to fight heart disease and lower blood pressure.
This one-pan, meatless breakfast uses egg substitute instead of whole eggs to keep the cholesterol, calories, and fat to a
minimum while maintaining the flavor. Spinach, onions, red bell peppers, and potatoes provide an array of vitamins and minerals
and give the frittata a hearty texture.
Enhance your brainpower with a side of flavonoid-rich spinach. Studies have found that spinach helps to protect against age-related
memory loss. Pair with baked salmon for a double dose of brain-boosting nutrients.