- Charles Ragland
A Salad A Day Keeps The Doctor Away
Salads are a good source of natural fiber that help reduce bad cholesterol. Eating a salad a day will help improve your muscle performance, heart muscle function, and your skin's hydration. Salads also work against heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and immune system problems. They are extremely versatile with an infinite combination of greens, fruits, veggies, meats, seeds, etc to meet the needs and preferences of each person. Although commonly eaten cold, warm salads are another popular choice that often feature roasted vegetables and warmed greens. The options are endless!