the local summer salad
I showed this in my stories the other day and someone asked what restaurant to get this at, I’ll take it. I love making fun bowl like this, it makes me happy
Eating the rainbow is good because you get different nutrients.
Deep red, purple, blue foods: high in an antioxidant called anthocyanin. Supports increased longevity, cardiovascular health, cancer prevention and improved memory and cognition in those with mild to moderate dementia.
Orange foods are good for your skin (C rebuilds collagen), eyes, heart, immune system and they may decrease the risk of cancer. They’re loaded with beta-carotene, Vitamin A and C.
Green produce, my favourite, is high in chlorophyll which has antioxidant properties that protect the body from the environment and foods we eat. Chlorophyll also detoxifies, is a blood builder, is skin healing and a natural deodorant. Green good are rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamins B, C, E and K. Adding a little fat helps with the absorption of many nutrients.
RECIPE LINK IN BIO
This gorgeous and delicious salad is made with my @spuddelivers produce. Code brucesroots for a savings if it’s your first time ordering.
I crave refreshing hydrating foods and lots of liquids in this summer heat, you?
Jordan - Bruce’s Roots, Holistic Nutritionist | brucesroots.com - 6 hours ago