Have you ever been told to eat more dark green vegetables?

 

There’s a reason for this!

 

The more greens you eat, the less likely you are to develop diseases such as cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.

 

Green’s nutritional benefits include boosting immunity, enhancing detoxification, reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and helping maintain a proper acid base balance in the body. 

 

Here are examples of some Super Green vegetables to try adding to your diet:

 

Spinach

Broccoli

Asparagus

Wheat Grass

Kale

Arugula

Collard Greens

Bok Choy

Cilantro and Parsley

 

These Super Greens can be consumed through juicing, smoothies, eating raw (salads), dehydrated, or steamed. 

 

Melissa Cleary

Nutrition Coach

The Natural Health Improvement Center of Alsip

(708) 635 - 5555