For your Health – Dandelions, Artificial Food Dyes, and a Recipe

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Happy Spring Everyone! Here is more healthy tidbits for you. I hope you like the info on Dandelions, Artificial Food Dyes, and the Recipe.

Eat your weeds

Did you know that you can eat those bright yellow flowers that grow like crazy in the spring all over our yard? Well you can and Dandelions have a lot of nutrition and you can even eat the whole plant including the flower. Cool right! So even if you get lost in the wilderness you can stay alive by eating dandelions.

Here is some nutrition information from Nutrition and You Blog.

Just make sure you dandelions are not sprayed with any chemicals. 

9% of dietary fiber,
19% of vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine),
20% of Riboflavin,
58% of vitamin C,
338% of vitamin A,
649% of vitamin K,
39% of iron and
19% of calcium.

Kraft Dumps Artificial Food Dyes After Massive Petition!

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Keep supporting the Food Babe. Don’t allow these companies to put garbage in your food.


chicken recipe

We are having this for dinner tonight so I thought I would share. Easy to make and looks great. You can find the recipe here at Classy Clutter.

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2 comments on “For your Health – Dandelions, Artificial Food Dyes, and a Recipe

  1. Elaine

    I grew up eating dandelion greens but not the flower. We sautéed them with olive oil and garlic, similar to spinach. Love it!

    1. Elite Physiques

      Elaine, you are ahead of me. I never eat dandelion greens until about 2 years ago. I love them in my salad and green smoothies.

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