Eat fresh, eat green!

Eat fresh, eat green!

We have been told time and again to eat seasonal produce as it is great for our health, provided by nature itself and grown in our regional farms. There isn’t any doubt in the benefits of eating fresh produce. As a matter of fact, more and more people have become aware of the advantages of eating vegetables that are grown in a healthy environment and by following healthy practices that do not affect our environment. 

Fresh green produce such as kale, spinach, broccoli, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, artichokes to name a few, hold very significant nutrients that can help boost our immunity and overall health. Also, these and many other vegetables are an exceptional source of vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are found in almost double quantity when grown in a sustainable environment. 

By picking up seasonal produce, not only do you make a great choice for a healthy living but also promote your regional farms and their growth. So, eat fresh and eat green!

 

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