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Here are the top ten articles for the Healthy Foods Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Blueberry Smoothie Recipe
Here's a tasty way to enjoy the benefits of blueberries!
2. Homemade Pasta Sauce Recipe
Store-bought pasta sauce is fine as a quick, last second option for a meal. You can use it in various ways to make a simple meal. But if you have a few extra minutes and can plan ahead, you must try this pasta sauce revamp.
3. Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe
Brussels Sprouts are a great source of fiber but not typically a favorite vegetable. Here's a recipe to put it at the top of your list!
4. Zucchini Noodles Recipe
Here’s a tasty dish that can serve as either a main dish or a side dish. It’s a great way to eat your family to eat their vegetables!
5. The Grandma Diet
Looking for a simple diet to follow that still promotes healthy eating? The Grandma Diet may be just what you are looking for.
6. How to Use Smoothies to Improve Your Diet
Are you looking for an easy way to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet? Check out these tips and recipes for preparing delicious fruit smoothies.
7. All Fats Are Not Created Equal
An informative article about fats by guest author Elizabeth Yarnell.
8. Recipes Inspired by Born to Run
Have you read Born to Run? It is an excellent book by Christopher McDougall that weaves together history, science and great storytelling. It also has a lot to say about the importance of the food we put into our bodies. Check out these recipes inspired by Born to Run.
9. How to Cool Off With Healthy Popsicle Recipes
Popsicles are a fun and tasty way to beat the heat during summer. Making your own popsicles can be fun and healthy. Check out these recipes and soon you will be relaxing in the shade with a refreshing, nutritious popsicle.
10. Dandelion Greens Salads
Eat your greens… dandelion greens that is! Dandelion greens are incredibly high in vitamin A (over 100% of your recommended daily consumption) and high in vitamin C. Use them where you would use spinach, lettuce, or kale and you’ll be in for a wonderful spring time treat.
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