Swiss Chard

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Swiss chard from my hydroponic system. Nothing beats homegrown, it is even much better than store bought organics. I usually make smoothies, any other way you like to use chard, I would love to get some recipes. usually, add Swiss chard to my smoothies.

Swiss chard or silverbeet is a member of the beet family and is often mistaken for spinach. Swiss chard comes in various colors ( red, orange, gold and yellow) stems.

Swiss chard is low in calories and fat. No cholesterol. Excellent source of vitamins A and C. Contains flavonoids and carotenoids including beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that may help protect against eye disease and certain cancers.

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Hi, I'm Dr. Dee! I enjoy maintaining a healthy lifestyle through fitness, baking, and cooking! My hobbies include crocheting, reading health and nutrition books, and of course, writing posts! I also love traveling and trying new foods. I'm a wife and mother of a beautiful daughter. I'm also known at home as Grammy to a white, energetic Bichon named "Princess"! All information provided are for informtional or educational purposes only. While I am not a medical doctor and can't give medical advice I read a vast amount of books on nutrition and overall health. However, please consult a physican in respect to your symptons or medical conditions. As a dedicated and positive individual, I want to spread the joy of healthy living! Come on this journey with me! My favorite Bible verse is Proverbs 16:9 "In his heart, a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his step."

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