Cheese doesn’t have to be on your “do not eat” list – feta is a healthy, nutrient-rich option! Often made from both sheep and goat milk, feta is easier to digest and is anti-inflammatory compared to cheeses that come from cow milk.
- Supports bone health and has anti-cancerous properties
- Contains healthy probiotics that keep your immune system in check and fight harmful bacteria in the gut
- Helps relieve headaches and migraines
This savory cheese can also help protect your eyes from macular degeneration and works to fight anemia.
Featured Meal: Mediterranean Green Bowl
Feta is commonly used in Mediterranean and Greek dishes, and the Mediterranean Green Bowl is no exception! This bowl starts with a bed of shredded kale and chopped romaine topped with house-made hummus, house-made falafel, cucumbers, tomatoes, raw feta crumbles, red onion, and cucumber basil dressing.