Archive: Vegetables, Rosie Schwartz

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It's in your market right now and just waiting to get to your table. Whether it's fiddleheads, wild leeks or asparagus, foodie Madeleine Greey knows how to pick them, prepare them and eat them. She's the author of "Get Fresh,, a guide on more than one hundred fruits and vegetables. Most of us live life in the fast lane. We rush from work to the gym, to parent-teacher meetings and then back home to make dinner. And when time's tight, that means dinner needs to be fast, so it may not meet our daily nutritional requirements. But what if you knew what the super-foods are - the ones packed with the most nutrition? That would make your food choices easier-right? Well, Rosie Schwartz has a good list of foods you should add to your grocery cart. She's a dietitian and the author of "The Enlightened Eater's Whole Foods Guide: Harvest the Power of Phyto Foods." Show contains a Your Health segment "The Iron Chef".
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