You’ve likely heard the sad statistic that up to 40% of US food goes straight to the landfill. Meanwhile, 1 in 8 Americans go hungry every day, yet even the wealthy don’t meet their daily fruit and vegetable needs. Fortunately, programs such as IDP (Imperfectly Delicious Produce), exist and...
 

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Whenever possible, green leafy vegetables should be on your plate. Consumption of green leafy vegetables is not only linked with a reduction in cancer and heart disease, but research suggests the consumption of lutein-containing vegetables (like spinach and kale) improves respiratory health. Lutein is a fat-soluble antioxidant that’s also found in eggs. 1   In addition, ... Eat greener over the holidays!
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Peppers are not just another pretty vegetable. Packed with vitamin C and water, they can be added to at least a dozen different dishes to boost color, taste, and texture. Beyond vitamin C, red bell peppers contain the antioxidant capsanthin, which gives them their bright red color while yellow bell peppers contain violaxanthin. They also ... Dozen Ways to Enjoy Peppers
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We published a wreath like this over 10 years ago and it has thousands of visits. Our long-time reader Barbara Rice, MS, RD, asked us to send her the link and I thought I should update it. Here is the photo or our new wreath. This delicious recipe was...
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Broccoli used to be a polarizing vegetable. You either loved it or loathed it. Fortunately, more people seem to be in the love broccoli camp, and what’s not to love? This green beauty from the cruciferous cabbage family is chock full of nutrients from beta-carotene to vitamin K. Research...