A salad is a nutritional powerhouse that is packed with micronutrients. But, if you’re eating a low-fat salad, your body is not absorbing all of the vitamins and antioxidants available and your salad probably doesn’t taste very good.
In this video, I’ll share ten delicious low carb, high-fat ingredients to add to your salad and the science behind why those fats are important.
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