12 Salads So Full You Should Eat Them

12 Salads So Full You Should Eat Them

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Credit: Instagram/@aleluglioThis selection of salads will make your mouth salivate.

One of the main commandments of a healthy diet is to maintain balance. This does not mean restrictions in everything and treating food as an enemy. You can occasionally eat a hamburger, a bowl of pasta, or a pastry if you’re on a lighter diet during the week. Planning and designing a menu to suit your needs are the two most important steps. Therefore, we have compiled 12 Salads So Full You Should Eat Them! Of course, it’s worth tweaking with the ingredients you like the most.

These recipes, in addition to providing proteins, carbohydrates and healthy fats, do not require much labor. Check out the list below. There is even a salad that is cooked in the oven.

green chickpea salad

Ingredients: chickpeas, sprouts, grated carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and avocado cubes. Recipe from Christian “Scream” Wolters.

Colorful and creamy salad

Ingredients: assorted leaves, roasted pumpkin pieces, tuna, olives, broccoli and sautéed spinach.

Tahini sauce goes very well with this combination. Nutritionist Fernanda Scheer teaches you how to make it using 1 tablespoon of tahini with a little garlic and onion powder mixed with a little water until creamy.

nutritious salad

Ingredients: chickpeas (can be lentils, tofu, cheese or chicken), fried greens, fried sweet potatoes, fried onions.

For flavor, use tahini sauce, olive oil, and lemon.

Vegan pasta salad

Ingredients: 5-grain spaghetti, purple cauliflower, white cauliflower, fried tofu with turmeric, rolled cabbage, golden spinach in olive oil and olives.

Full of energizing and nutritious carbs, this vegan recipe was developed by nutritionist Alessandra Luglio, who caters to fitness muse Gabriela Pugliesi, among other celebrities.

Salad that goes in the oven (that’s exactly what you read!)

Ingredients: Eggplant, tomato, zucchini, onion, thyme

The seasoning for this salad is as simple as possible: olive oil and salt!

Once seasoned, simply place it in the oven for about 20 minutes and eat it! A super-healthy recipe from a nutritionist Tais Massa, a specialist in the field of sports and functional nutrition.

summer vegan salad

Ingredients: lettuce, red onion, red lentils, cherry tomatoes, avocado, beetroot.

Seasoning to your taste! The recipe was posted by vegan runner Manuela Martins.

Salad with tuna with a special taste

Ingredients: iceberg lettuce, watercress, tuna, olives, beiju (tapioca) with basil and seed pate

Basil pate, a drop of olive oil and salt will add flavor. Recipe from a nutritionist.

salad with chestnuts

Ingredients: lettuce, carrots, alfalfa sprouts, chile olives, mushrooms, almonds, cashews, goji berries and raisins.

Dijon mustard sauce was chosen by nutritionist Luciana Galimberti as a condiment.

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Do you want some inspiration?!? Saladona, bright and varied… Lettuce, carrots, alfalfa sprouts, Chilean olives, mushrooms, almonds, cashews, goji berries, raisins and Dijon mustard sauce…. Uuuuummm. ?? . . . #Nutrition #Dietitian #Healthy food #organics #organic food #gastronomy #spices #cook #foodphoto #creativefood #healthy #diet #diet #diet #fruits #ra #food #life #healthy #sport #training #weight loss #running #running #bodybuilding #tennis #functional food #functional gastronomy #eat #healthy food

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Crocodile salad with granola

Ingredients: arugula, cherry tomatoes, roasted pumpkin, shredded chicken, and low-carb salted granola.

Seasoning of your choice.

almost greek salad

Ingredients: diced tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, one red onion, one cucumber and one diced pepper, two cups of mushrooms, pitted olives.

Season the caprice with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, white vinegar, oregano, salt and white pepper. The recipe was posted on the Low Carb Success profile.

Salad with smoked salmon

Ingredients: Lettuce, avocado, carrots, peas, roasted pumpkin seeds, smoked salmon.

Raspberry vinaigrette sauce is suggested as a condiment, but you can choose any other sauce you like. Advice from nutritionist Deborah Sorga.

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Salad, who likes it? This has brunel salad @akkosaladas, organic avocado and organic carrots @conecteplante, peas, roasted pumpkin seeds, raspberry vinaigrette sauce, I’ll tell you how I do it anytime, and smoked salmon was my choice as a protein source, but it could be chicken, cold meat, atom, eggs, tofu, etc. Flavoring a salad is easy, combine the ingredients you like, toasted seeds and a dressing of course healthy ingredients, and you have an amazingly unique dish. No excuses to eat salad, go! Turn there with your creativity and appreciate the leaves in your food because we need to consume them for health???? #nutrideborasorgi #nutricaofuncional #salada #saladao #saladarefeição #healthylifestyle #healthyfood #vidasaudavel #comidadeverdade #gastronomiafuncional

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refreshing salad

Ingredients: lettuce, arugula, cherry tomatoes, chicken fillet, broccoli, pineapple, roasted soybeans.

The seasoning recommendation published by nutritionist Vivian Buffy is olive oil, mustard and honey sauces.

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