Thursday, January 1, 2009

Add Salad To Your Diet Every Day

(NAPSI)-Eating five servings of fruits and vegetables every day can be a "berry" good idea, especially when you find a way to combine fruits such as berries and flavorful vegetables into one delicious and nutritious salad.

Enjoying a salad a day can help increase your energy level, fill you up and provide essential vitamins and minerals found in a variety of produce. Including a variety of foods helps to keep you on track to eating better and avoids the boredom that comes with some diets. And, when tossing together, the ingredients are limited only by your imagination. Think of flavors you like and try them together; the results could be surprisingly tasty.

For recipes that showcase the many imaginative ways to toss a salad, visit The site offers a salad for every day of the month.

One of the featured recipes is a mouthwatering Berry, Walnut and Avocado Salad. Sweet berries and smooth avocados are the heroes in this fresh salad, while the berry flavors of the Litehouse salad dressings flavorfully echo the fruit found in this crunchy-sweet salad.

Berry, Walnut and Avocado Salad

Serves 4-6

1 pkg (6 oz.) spring mix salad

¾ cup fresh strawberries, quartered

⅓ cup glazed walnuts

⅓ cup golden raisins

1 large avocado, sliced

⅓ cup Litehouse Idaho Bleu cheese crumbles

¼ -½ cup Litehouse Raspberry Walnut Vinaigrette, Litehouse Organic Raspberry Lime Vinaigrette or Litehouse Pomegranate Blueberry Vinaigrette

In a medium bowl, toss together the spring mix, strawberries, walnuts and golden raisins. Top with avocado and bleu cheese crumbles. Drizzle lightly with Litehouse dressing just prior to serving and pass dressing with salad.

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