How can you tell if your foods have a lot of nutrients?

The dark colors like dark leafy, green vegetables like kale, spinach, turnip greens, collards, even beet greens. They’re chock full of vitamins A and C. Foods that are dark green, orange, and yellow veggies tend to have more fiber, vitamins A & C, and phyto-chemicals, which are plant chemicals that may even help prevent cancer.
Besides being good for you, they add color to your plate, to make it even more appealing.
Roasted Tomatoes with Goat Cheese Polenta
This was a hit when I made it and almost everything can be made ahead of time, then all you have to do is add the spinach and warm everything up. Quick, easy, tasty and yummy – all mixed in with a touch of comfort food.
You can find the recipe at:

www.pinchofyum.com/roasted-tomatoes-with-goat-cheese-polenta

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