Eat– for Good Health


If you’re inspired by fresh ingredients from the farmers market or your own garden, just toss up a crisp, fragrant, leafy, vividly colored salad. Add low fat turkey, cheese, chopped egg, or tuna. Pair with your low calorie frittatta or fry (with a little butter spray!) a 4-ounce per person slice of (refrigerated fat-free plain) polenta from the tube.


2 thoughts on “Eat– for Good Health

  1. Kathleen Rowland

    My husband prefers salads for dinner if he’s playing tennis afterwards. So, we have them a lot at our house.

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