SMU Farmers Market Tips and Tidbits

An apple a day just might keep the doctor away!  Studies show that fruits and veggies are rich in antioxidants and other phytochemicals that provide a host of health benefits. 


Vegetables are naturally high in fiber and other vitamins and minerals (depending on the veggie) and naturally low in cholesterol and sodium, making them heart-healthy.

Different fruits and veggies contain different nutrients that offer different benefits, so it is important to eat a variety of fruits and veggies every day to maximize the impact on your health. 

Check out our hearty selection of fresh fruits and veggies at the 

SMU Farmers Market 
April 28 from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
April 29 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Did you know that RFoC offers healthy meal options in the Spa section?  All entrees include 2 side dishes and a dessert for under 600 calories and many are gluten free!  This week’s featured options include:
Monday:           Salmon Nicoise
Tuesday:          Gingered Chicken Melon Salad
Wednesday:    Chili Spiced Tilapia with Mango Pico

Like what you tried?  Visit the Dietician’s table at the Farmers Market to pick up the recipes!

Planning to attend? RSVP here and help us know how much produce to have on hand!

  • Additional information on the Market website
  • Read about other activities on the HR Blog
  • Get heart health tips on the American Heart Association website

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