St. Patrick’s Day: Get Your Plate in Shape with these Healthy Green Food Recipes

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St. Patrick’s Day can mean more than green beer. Think going green as a benefit to your body and your health. We’ve put together a few recipes that you and your family can enjoy for breakfast, lunch and dinner on this fun-spirited Irish holiday. They are easy ways to incorporate some healthy greens into some of your favorite known Irish dishes.
Healthy greens — specifically fruits and vegetables — offer a variety of nutrition and health benefits. They are high in vitamin C, folate and fiber, just to name a few. These green superfoods are known to reduce the risk of cancer, lower blood pressure, keep you regular and much more.
I am getting hungry just thinking about these wonderful healthy green food recipes. Do you have a favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipe that has become a tradition in your family?
Photo credit: Fado Irish Pub

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