Healthy Recipes : Everyday Italian Fruit Salad


Everyday Italian fruit salad is a great dish with a lot of healthy, fresh fruit. Make everyday Italian fruit salad with help from a registered dietician in this free video clip.

Expert: Lisa DeFazio
Contact: www.lisadefazio.com
Bio: Lisa DeFazio is a registered dietitian with a master’s degree in Nutritional Science. She has extensive experience as an expert and host on television.
Filmmaker: Michael Wormser

Series Description: A number of healthy recipes are easy to make and are great for either breakfast, lunch or dinner. Get tips on how to make healthy recipes in the comfort of your own home with help from a registered dietician in this free video series.

9 comments

  1. Despite some of the comments I read about it not being Italian Fruit Salad, its kool. I still will definetly make this !!!  I will make this one time before the holidays come and if I love this, then Im making it for my mans mama for christmas. They’re Italian.

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  3. she didnt even whip the cream! it wont set in the fridge the ONLY thing that might make it a little thicker is the starch in the powdered sugar… you whip cream and its ready thats it… stupid ..

  4. Your claims about “healthy, Italian fruit salad” are true up to a certain point. The ingredients are all good, until you add whipped cream. Do you have any idea how many calories that thing alone adds to the berries and the kiwis?
    I know that Americans love to add any kind of stuff, so it’ll taste better, but then you can’t claim any healthy benefits anymore.

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