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Field Guide to Leafy Greens

May 11, 2016
By Michelle Konstantinovsky
Leafy green vegetables

You know you should eat more of them, but do you know why leafy greens are so great for your health? This handy field guide will help you up your intake without committing to an all-salad-all-the-time diet. Learn how to prepare, store, cook, and enjoy your favorites and discover a few new options. Happy healthy eating!

Guide to Leafy Greens

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Michelle Konstantinovsky

Michelle Konstantinovsky is an experienced writer, regularly producing content on a variety of wellness-oriented topics ranging from breaking health news to fitness and nutrition. Michelle has a master’s degree from UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and has written extensively on health and body image for outlets like O: The Oprah Magazine, Slate, SPIN.com, xoJane.com, and The Huffington Post. To read more of her work, visit www.michellekmedia.com.

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