Use finely chopped spinach
Use finely chopped spinach in dals and vegetable curries instead of chopped coriander. Adds more nutrition and iron content.
You can use dried coriander and mint leaves in coarse powder form, for your vegetable curries or chutney, if fresh ones are not available.
Eating spinach in your meal will provide you more iron than what can be provided by eating apples once in couple of days.
Vegetarians are at greater risk of iron deficiency than non-vegetarians. Add beans, spinach and dry fruits to diet to increase iron content.
Use, if possible, earthenware vessels to enhance the flavour of Rajasthani dals and curries.
Place chopped vegetables in a large bowl of ice cold water before preparing a salad. This will give a fresh, crisp, crunchy feel to it.
Use fresh chopped or ground garlic as often as you can because the packaged and preserved garlic paste loses a lot of its health benefits.
Spinach consumption in the U.S. rose 33% after the Popeye comic strip became a hit in 1931.
Eating spinach reduces the risk of cardio vascular diseases.
Spinach, soyabean and salmon have high levels of magnesium which can help you beat stress and feel better.