St. Patrick’s Day is often an excuse to enjoy a little too much rich, calorie-heavy food.
But there’s no reason you can’t enjoy celebrating with healthier food and drinks.
Since green is the color of St. Patrick’s Day, add some naturally green foods to your menu.
Green fruits and vegetables give you important nutrients like vitamins A and C, potassium, folate, fiber and phytochemicals.
A diet rich in green produce can help reduce the risk of some types of cancer, promote healthy vision, and keep your bones and teeth strong.
Some great greens to try fresh, in a new dish, or in a healthy beverage include kiwi, edamame, arugula, avocado, broccoli and broccolini, leeks, spinach and kale.
Whether it’s a nourishing morning pick-me-up or a mid-day energy and immunity boost, these nutritious and delicious recipes from NutriBullet will help you raise your glass to some healthier options.
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