Choosing no fat or low fat salad dressings might not be the healthiest option.
A new study found that full fat dressings are better at extracting nutrients out of the vegetables in the salad.
Eating these vegetables with some level of fat helps you get more healthy benefits.
Now this doesn't mean you can smother your leafy greens in ranch dressing.
Researchers recommend full-fat salad dressings made from canola and olive oil bases.
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