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Health Tip of the Day

Punch Up Your Pasta Sauce With Spinach

Although pasta made with spinach looks healthy, it really doesn't contain much spinach, nutrition experts say. A better way to add vitamin A, folate, carotenoids and the fiber of spinach to a pasta dish is to add the vegetable to your sauce. You can add frozen spinach (thaw it first, drain it and chop it) or fresh (wash it carefully to remove any dirt, remove the stems and chop it).