Salads need to make a comeback at mealtime, RD argues

08/16/2011 | MayoClinic.com

People eat nutritious and lower-calorie salads only about 36 times a year, a 20% decline from 15 years ago, registered dietitian Katherine Zeratsky writes. Zeratsky argues that experimenting with different types of lettuce and adding colorful and healthy toppings, such as vegetables, fruits and nuts, can make salads more interesting and enticing.

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