How to Make a Healthy Side Salad (Page 3)

Add Vegetables

Add Vegetables

Add a total of 1 cup of vegetables for crunch, flavor and color. The more colors of vegetables you add, the more disease-fighting nutrients you get. Here are a few ideas to inspire you:

Artichoke hearts (canned), chopped
Beets, raw, shredded, or cooked or canned pickled, diced
Bell pepper, diced
Broccoli or cauliflower, chopped
Cabbage (red), shredded
Carrots, shredded
Corn kernels, fresh or frozen (thawed)
Cucumbers, sliced
Onion (red), slivered
Peas, frozen (thawed)
Radishes, sliced
Scallions, sliced
Snow peas, thinly sliced
Tomatoes, diced, or grape or cherry tomatoes, halved

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