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Step One: Start With Fiber-Rich Greens

Laying the foundation for any salad starts with a bed of fresh greens. While iceberg or romaine offer hydration to your plate, the real nutrition comes from fiber- and nutrient-rich dark leafy greens like kale, mixed greens, or spinach (pictured). If all of one is too much for your taste buds, then try mixing two different greens together for a little variety. Whatever you decide, start with (at least) two cups of your favorite greens.

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