Jun 29, 2015
They’re high in protein, fiber, vitamin E, and magnesium.
Roast them in the oven and toss with olive oil for a nutrient-packed snack.
They're high in quercetin, a compound that can help lower your blood pressure and support a healthy immune system.
Add them to a stew or broth for extra flavor, then pick them out before serving.
Rinds contain the amino acid citrulline, which can help improve your blood flow.
Throw them in a quality blender with watermelon flesh (the red part you normally eat), strawberries, and a dash of orange juice for a smoothie.
The leafy greens are high in vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium.
Cut them up and throw them into a stir-fry along with the rest of the broccoli.
Full of muscle-building magnesium, bone-strengthening calcium, and vitamin C.
Use them like an herb and add to a vegetable or chicken soup.
Rich in digestive system-soothing fiber and immune-boosting vitamin C.
Use a cheese grater to sprinkle some on top of fish or chicken.
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They’re high in carotenoids, a disease-fighting antioxidants. They’re also full of Vitamin K, an important nutrient for boosting bone health.
Sauté them with mushrooms and onions.