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Hello everyone.   It has been a while since my last post.   I will not give you a recipe for this post,  since it was a complimentary dish from a dearest person. All I can say is that it was delicious!    

Leafy Greens, Orange and Mozzarella Salad

This salad was made with leafy greens, tomato, mozzarella cheese, ham, orange, balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, and organic nuts.

My way of celebrating one year of dieting!  I did not manage to reach my weight goal, but I am determined to continue all the way to the end...


  1. You've been missed, and I'm glad you're back posting new recipes :)
    It's a wonderful and colorful salad
    I'v a vegetarian (and we're not allowed to eat ham anyway) but I can always replace it with tofu-meat

  2. Congratulations on making it a year! And I know you're much closer to your goal than you were last September. Keep up the hard work...salads like this beauty make it much easier to eat healthy! xo

  3. All the best this year in reaching your goal weight. I love this salad. It is my kind of salad - gorgeous!

  4. congrats on continuing with your diet and not giving up :)

    i am with lizzy... salads like this one will help along the way until you reach your goal weight. i know you can do it! :D

  5. Congrats on keeping it going....I admire you! You will get to your goal soon! Glad to see you back :-)

  6. Congratulations for making it for one whole year. I know how difficult this is. Keep it up and hold on until you reach your goal. I wish I had your strength to continue. I am so proud of you!

  7. Good choice on the diet. It is proven that certain foods that are part of a nutritionally balanced diet protect brain cells and may lower the risk of stroke and heart disease.Dark-skinned vegetables and fruits typically contain large amounts of antioxidants like for example broccoli,spinach, kale, red bell pepper, blueberries, blackberries, oranges, red grapes, prunes and raisins which promote good brain health. Also certain nuts such almonds, pecans and walnuts support proper brain function due to their high vitamin E content.
    Alexis Pache (psy 204)


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