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4 Secrets to Making Power Salads

By Jessie Price, "Elements of a Power Salad," May/June 2010

Simple tips for more nutritious, delicious and beautiful salads.

When you hear “I’ll just have a salad” for lunch or dinner, you probably assume that’s a healthy choice. But salads at restaurants often pack in far more calories than anyone needs in a single meal, according to research by the American Institute for Cancer Research. Loaded with too much dressing, cheese or fried chicken, many are over 800 calories. Luckily, when you decide to have “just a salad” at home, you can easily make all the right choices to keep it healthy and satisfying. Just remember these four key elements:

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