A Greek salad is refreshing, healthy and filling. The fresh veggies give you tons of fiber, and the heart-healthy fat from the olives will help you power through the day. To make it even more filling, add a small piece of bread on the side -- no spread needed. Just dip it in the juices from the salad!
Spinach salads are a great way to lose weight. They're packed with nutrients and proteins, yet super low on calories (meaning they fill you up, but don't fill you out). If you're not much of a spinach eater, try mixing the spinach leaves in with your choice of leafy greens. This salad tops spinach with light and protein-rich tuna, so it'll keep you full until dinner.
Think red onions are too harsh? Soak chopped red onions in cold water for 20 minutes before adding them to your salad. They'll be less hot and more sweet!
This salad is packed with fiber and protein. It works great as a side dish, appetizer or stand-alone lunch. Serve it on tortillas for a fun way to dress it up.
Warm rice and beans with a southwestern kick take on a whole new twist when served over a plate of your favorite leafy greens. The rice and beans fill you up, and you don't need as much when you spread it all over lettuce and turn it into a salad.
This salad mixes apples and spinach for a huge burst of fiber. The protein in the spinach and cheese will help you keep the midday snacking at bay.
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