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Did you know that less than 50% of the U.S. population (and 80% of women) is getting enough of the essential nutrients for optimal health? Now, here is the good news:
Research shows that eating just one salad a day can have a significant positive impact on your health.
A study conducted by the UCLA School of Public Health/LSU Health Sciences Center which examined the diets of over 17,000 adults, found eating salad is even healthier than we thought!
to learn about how eating a salad a day is an easy way to boost your overall health.
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