Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) is the leading cause of blindness and most Americans don’t get enough greens. I’m always trying to get green leafy veggies in my client’s diet any way I can! Eating these foods most days of the week is important for the prevention of ARMD but also for heart and skin health.
Leafy greens that are readily available, prewashed and convenient – like spinach can make including them easier, especially for resistance eaters. This soup was an immediate hit!
Everyone ate it and no one added salt. It was a very thin soup. You could add corn starch to thicken it if you like or include potatoes as a base. No one is a big fan of spinach at our house, but they all enjoyed this soup… and I’m happy to protect my family’s vision!
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