Health Tip: Make Low-Cholesterol Salad Choices
(HealthDay News) -- A salad isn't automatically a healthier
option. With high-fat dressings and toppings, even a salad can
wreck your healthy eating plans.
The Cleveland Clinic offers these suggestions for tossing a
- Skip higher-fat toppings such as croutons, bacon bits, creamy
dressings, eggs and cheese.
- Add healthy protein to your salad in the form of nuts, beans
- Skip the dressing, and instead add a squeeze of lemon.
- If you want dressing, order it on the side, dipping your fork
lightly into the dressing before spearing your salad.
- Opt for dressings that are fat-free or low-fat.
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