4 SUPER YUMMY EASY SUMMER SALAD RECIPES

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I love salads, somehow though, they always taste better when I am eating them out.  But since I am cooking more at home, I try to find easy to make recipes that make me feel like I am eating out.  Making a quick salad for lunch, snack or dinner is easy and as delicious as you want it to be; so don’t be afraid to work your nutritious magic and be adventurous.

 

2 Reasons Why Your Body Needs Ruffage

1. FIBER

Fiber cleans your intestines by pushing waste out of the body, keeps you regular, promotes a healthy digestive system, keeps your blood glucose levels stable, helps to keep your cholesterol on track and helps to prevent diseases like cancer and various illnesses.

2. EATING DAILY RAINBOW of NUTRIENTS

Eating your daily rainbow and mixing things up in your diet, keeps your taste buds interested and your brain & body happy.  Each color represents different nutrients your body needs to function properly; so adding in different types of produce daily or weekly, creates a constant flow of nutrition to the body allowing it to perform its daily tasks at peak condition.

 

Here are 4 yummy salad recipes for you to enjoy…

 

Cranberry Mango Millet Salad

from healthfulpursuit.com

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KALE SLAW

by Elana’s Pantry

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Grilled Veggie Quinoa Salad

by Gluten-Free Goddess

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Roasted Potato Salad w/ Avocado Pesto

by Ricki Heller

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ENJOY!!

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Tags: CELIAC DISEASE, Gluten Free Food, Gluten Free Salads, salad recipes, summer ideas

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    Thanks so much for sharing my Roasted Potato Salad with Avocado Pesto. 🙂 And I’m delighted to be in such good company! 😀

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