Fruit Salad Recipes a user friendly app with lots of new and fresh and simple recipes. Making one simple change to your diet - adding a salad almost every day - can pay off with plenty of health benefits.
Salads composed from even a few ingredients make a nutrient-rich meal. The greens alone have calcium, iron, potassium and B vitamins. Many salad basics, including tomatoes, sweet peppers and the greens, are chock-full of antioxidants. Add high fiber and low calories into the mix and you can't go wrong including a salad in your daily diet. Eating enough fiber earlier in life lowers the risk of developing heart disease later in life. Add nuts, seeds or beans to the salad, to get a boost of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keeps blood sugar balanced. Eat Salads for the Fiber because eating a high-fiber diet can help lower cholesterol levels and prevent constipation.
Many salad ingredients contain vitamin C and vitamin A in the form of antioxidant carotenoids. Eat green salads, to have higher blood levels of a host of powerful antioxidants (vitamin C and E, folic acid, lycopene, and alpha- and beta-carotene,) especially if salad includes some raw vegetables.
Vegetables that have a better mix of both antioxidants include sweet red peppers, tomatoes and broccoli. Sweet red peppers are an especially good choice. Leafy greens make the perfect platform for ingredients that turn a salad into a rich source of protein. Similarly, if losing weight is your goal, you may want to start your meals with a green salad. Spinach, radicchio and watercress contains vitamin K which make the bones strong. A salad of spinach, romaine and red leaf lettuce: They all contain loads of the carotenoids vitamin A, lutein and zeaxanthin key to seeing better. Vitamin A helps eyes adapt from bright light to darkness.
Fruit Salad Recipes features:
1. Easy to cook healthy recipes selected from Italian, Mexican and Indian famous recipes.
2. Recipes with images and with simple and user friendly navigation.
3. Specially designed for holiday like Christmas, birthday party, new year festival, or other function and even for everyday meal.
4. Very simple presentation of the recipe.
5. Make a recipe favorite or De-select from the list.
Some recipes are:
Cranberry Salad I Recipe
Orange and Onion Salad Recipe
Orange and Onion Salad Recipe
Fall Salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette Recipe
Strawberry Salad I Recipe
Pistachio Fluff Fruit Salad Recipe
Fabulous Fruit Salad Recipe
Sweet and Tart Strawberry Salad Recipe
Apple Stick Salad Recipe
Strawberry Spinach Salad I Recipe
Sunday Best Fruit Salad Recipe
Strawberry Spinach Salad II Recipe
Waldorf Salad I Recipe
Fennel and Orange Salad Recipe
Frog Eye Salad Recipe
Beet, Orange and Apple Salad Recipe
Warm Orange and Mushroom Salad Recipe
Spinach and Strawberry Salad Recipe
Spring Strawberry Spinach Salad Recipe
Waldorf Salad III Recipe
Summer Medley Salad Recipe
Schmag Salad Recipe
Just Peachy Chicken Salad Recipe
Fresh Fruit with Poppy Seed Dressing Recipe
Green Grape Salad Recipe
Juicy Fruit Salad Recipe
Rainbow Fruit Salad Recipe
Autumn Apple Salad II Recipe
Crabby Orange Salad Recipe
Betsy's Mandarin Orange Salad Recipe
Mango Pineapple Salad with Mint Recipe
Easy Apple Coleslaw Recipe
Green Papaya Salad Recipe
Mango Cashew Salad Recipe
Waldorf Salad with Walnut Oil Vinaigrette Recipe
Sugar Snap Pea and Berry Salad Recipe
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