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5 Tips to Keep Your Green Intake High – Even When You’re Busy

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


Dark green leafy vegetables are perhaps the most potent superfood on the planet. They are also the most ignored and avoided foods as well.

Leafy green vegetables have more nutrition per calorie than any other food. Greens are a large source of vitamins A, C, E and K as well as several B vitamins. They are rich sources of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium. They are rich in fiber, extremely low in fat and carbohydrates and provide an excellent source of protein.

It’s recommended that you consume at least 2 pounds of green vegetables each day.
That’s a lot.

However, there are lots of ways to get your greens without eating just salads!
In this show, learn 5 quick tips for getting your green on especially when you’re busy.

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