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Tasty and nutritious mix for salads
Eating salad is a great way to add nutrition to your meal, and these are especially for those, who are lite on diet. For those who take there salads seriously, that too as a full course meal and not as a part of their meal, but maintaining a good nutritional balance is a must.

Here are few suggestion to garnish your salad, which is not only nutritious but also tasty, which you will try again.

Try some healthy and crunchy add-on's like toasted nuts, cashews, peanuts, sunflower seeds, almonds and even chips for added crunch in your salad. You can even use fresh herbs like lettuce, romaine lettuce, endive, spinach and olives. If you don't want to compromise on proteins then top your salad with meat, poultry, fish, eggs and tofu.

It is also a welcome choice to mix it up with fruits and vegetables. Try shedding apples, bananas, avocados, orange, papaya, some beans sprouts, marinated mushrooms or deep fried celery. You can also try adding chopped tomatoes, celery, spring onions, sliced cucumbers and sliced radishes. Add pint of rice, beans or pasta to your still craving old tongue, and blend it with delicate greens.

Add a small amount of cheese, you can mix in grated mozzarella cheese, but do remember that cheese is high in calorie and fat, so use it sparingly. You can also be creative in preparing salad by adding chowmein noodles or bacon bits for a tastier salad. So along with your regular decision, like oil and vinegar, peppery cheese, Asian sauce you don't have to worry but thrive with salads.

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