Asparagus is an anti-inflammatory food because it provides a truly unique combination of anti-inflammatory nutrients. Among these anti-inflammatory nutrients are asparagus saponins, including asparanin A, sarsasapogenin, protodioscin, and diosgenin. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant nutrients are some of the best risk reducers known for common chronic health problems including type 2 diabetes and heart disease. These nutrients are also special risk reducers in the case of certain cancer.
Mustard Asparagus Serving Size: 4Calories per serving: 72Fat per serving: 5.2gms I have never had juicier asparagus than when I bake them and I love making this recipe because it is super duper easy. It saves me tons of time to focus on the main dish as this usually serves as a nice side. You Continue Reading
Tomato Polenta Cakes Serving Size: 4Calories per serving: 182Fat per serving: 2.9gms What I love the most about polenta is how easy it is to make and that I can be as creative as I want with it. I can cut it up like little cakes or serve it as a whole pie too. The Continue Reading
Pan-grilled asparagus Serving Size: 2Calories per serving: 21Fat per serving: 2.3gms This nutritious and simple side dish brings color to the table for any meal. It doesn't take more than 10 minutes from prep time to finish. Tastes best when plated right off the hot pan. Enjoy! Ingredients1 bunch asparagus (with bottom inch trimmed) Continue Reading