Green vegetables are amongst the most healing, vitalizing foods we have available to us. Yet they are woefully absent in the American diet; an average of three cups of greens per person each month are eaten and that’s is the recommended *daily* dose.
I won’t lie – our fast, convenience-based culture makes getting greens in daily an upstream struggle, but a little extra know-how, savvy tips and easy recipes make it very possible to get in your daily dose of greens. I want to share with you all the tips I use to get in my daily dose as well as share some of the best recipes using greens that come out of my family kitchen.
What are some specific perks to daily greens? Try this on for size:
- Reduced risk of mortality from a multitude of diseases
- Reduced risk of getting disease in the first place
- Increased opportunity to put many diseases in remission (learn about specific greens-focused diets for multiple sclerosis and heart disease in this program)
- Easier weight loss – without hunger
- Greater energy
- Support to the beneficial bacteria in the colon
- Better sleep
- Enhanced detoxification (greens help your body do what it was designed to; I show you how)
- Clearer skin (and fewer wrinkles as we age)
- Clear vision
- Less aches and pains
Greens are the closest thing we have to a fountain of youth! It’s so important to me to get the word out and help people get more vegetables into their diet that I have created a 30 Days of Glorious Greens Challenge to help you get started! I know getting in enough produce can feel really overwhelming, so I created this program to give you recipes, best practices, and tips for getting greens in whether you are able to cook at home or are on the road. Sign up below for 30 days of emails, recipes, and tips, access to our Greens Facebook Group and more! Kick off date is March 1st!!
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