Bring some prosperity into your life by serving collard greens and black eyed peas on New Year’s Day. It’s a long standing Southern tradition to enjoy this cruciferous vegetable on the first day of January. The green represents dollars bills and the swelling of the peas is said to represent prosperity.
Collard greens are also a nutritious green leafy veggie. In the cabbage family, and related to kale, they are high in vitamins K, A, and C, as well as calcium, iron and fiber. Collard greens shine in their ability to reduce cholesterol and as a form of cancer protection. Start your year with fortune and a resolution to cook healthy foods.
Smokey Collard Greens and Black-Eyed Peas
Adapted from: thekitchn.com
Aubrey Schulz is a certified nutrition and triathlon coach with Get Out N Play. She works with clients to help them reach their nutritional and athletic goals, in the kitchen, out on the road and in the water! Read below for details about her training program for the Portsmouth Half Marathon in 2018. Plus she's knowledgeable about how essential oils can boost your wellness and fitness. You can reach her at email@example.com
Portsmouth Half Marathon Group Training Program:
Join Aubrey for an opportunity to perform at your best in the Portsmouth Half Marathon in NH on April 22nd 2018. Get away from home, for a weekend, in a lively New England coastal city about 2 ½ hours away from Hartford. Get Out N Play is your host to prepare you for this memorable adventure. Training starts Saturday, January 6th 2018. (Want to stay local? The following weekend (on 4/29) is the Cheshire Half in Connecticut. Train with us for this flat and fast race close to home.)
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