Spinach is very rich in vitamins A, C, iron and calcium. Trying to incorporate it into our meals is always a good idea. I came across these 5 delicious ways to use spinach, from Amie Valpone. Check them out!
What better way to wake up in the morning than to a freshly squeezed juice with fresh spinach. One health benefit of spinach is that it's high in fiber and pairs perfectly with fresh pears and carrot for a juice.
The 11 o'clock rumble, is the name my clients anoint to the noise their stomachs make everyday at 11 a.m.; it that time after breakfast but right before lunch when we're ready for a little something to nibble on. We've all had this feeling, the feeling that maybe you didn't have enough breakfast, but that it's too early for lunch.
Fresh baby spinach works as a great base in any salad. By combining your favorite veggies and grains over a bed of spinach, you can enjoy a delicious meal while treating your body to a healthy serving of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant found in each bite of spinach.
It's so easy to make your own dips and sauces. By making them yourself you get to see exactly what goes in and avoid chemicals found listed in the ingredients of many packaged products.
Making a broth-based soup for dinner will help hydrate you and keep you full. Soups also keep well in the fridge so you can easily make a batch early in the week and enjoy for the next few days.