Dress your plate green for St. Patrick’s Day
Cabbage will add a little color to many plates on March 17. This year, challenge yourself to add as many green, nutrient-rich foods to your diet as possible.
Celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday by wearing and eating green. Commonly eaten green items include broccoli, green beans, lettuce and green grapes. Now is the time to expand your grocery selection and include more nutrient-packed green food items such as kale, spinach, zucchini, avocado, Brussels sprouts, kiwi, and green tea. If you are a creative eater, add a few drops of green food coloring to your plain-colored foods such as yogurt, milk, oatmeal, cream cheese or scrambled eggs. Your children will love this.
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