This is part of an ongoing weekly series called Juicy Facts – learning the health benefits of foods we commonly eat and didn’t know were so amazing for us! Stroll down to learn some goodies and find some recipes for this week’s hot juicy fact!
Hey guys, and welcome to this week’s Juicy Fact! Today’s hot pocket is..
Now, I’m not a big fan of asparagus, but with all these benefits, including fighting cancer cells, I think I need to suck it up a little right?
Healthy Recipes for You!!
Each week as we introduce a new Juicy Fact, I’ll be sharing a few recipes with you so you can grab these benefits and go! Each recipe is clean, healthy and quick and easy to prepare, so you don’t have to fuss about health!
Let’s get some Asparagus going!!
Just an FYI, these links are not affiliated. I have found these myself and sharing with you for the healthy benefits. I will not receive any entitlements or moolah for sharing with you 🙂
One Pan Pesto Chicken and Veggies by Julia’s Album
Now if there are two things I love with chicken, it’s pesto and sundried tomatoes, and adding this all into the mix for this dish, it is amazing. Get it into your shopping list RIGHT. NOW.
Balsamic Roasted New Potatoes with Asparagus by Wallflower Kitchen
I love recipes that you literally just throw things into a pan, and put it in the oven. This is one of those recipes!
3 Ways to Cook Asparagus by DIY Projects
Just in case you’ve never tried cooking asparagus before, here’s a handy blog to help you out to find your perfect go-to asparagus!
Juicy time out!
Easy peasy recipes! That’s what I love, and now you can get some healthy asparagus into your diet too! Woohoo!
Next week, is a juicy food that is sooooo good for women. Seriously, it is really good! #round #squishy #seed
If you enjoyed this week’s Juicy Fact, throw me a comment, I’d love to hear it – especially if you’ve tried out these recipes! Do go and throw the makers a comment too – blogs need love too.
Before changing any health and lifestyle habits, please consult your practitioner. This is not health advice, but merely a reference of healthy foods and what they can do for the body, but each body is different.
References for this information come from Dr. Axe, and organicfacts.net.