Here at Saladworks, your healthy lifestyle is important to us. Whether you order the antioxidant packed Garden Deluxe or the Cobb with its cholesterol lowering ingredient, avocado, you can feel good no matter what salad you choose.

Our house healthy salad dressings are made from our own original recipes. They give you a burst of calcium and protein all while being low in fat and calories.

At our locations where we “chop fresh daily,” you are getting the tastiest, healthiest and freshest ingredients available. Saladworks Signature Salads have Fanatic’ly Fresh ingredients all while being 500 calories or less.
Saladworks True Nutrition
apple chips
packed with antioxidants and flavanoids, apples are very beneficial to heart health. They are also an excellent source of vitamin C and dietary fiber, which helps battle “bad” cholesterol.

the highest antioxidant count of all vegetables – making them a powerful aid in the prevention of certain cancers. Artichokes also contain nutrients that benefit muscle function, digestion and heart health.

packed with over 20 different nutrients, aids in the lowering of blood cholesterol levels due to their monounsaturated fats, or “good fats”.

packed with noteworthy nutrients such as vitamins A & C, and a great source of calcium. research shows that it may play an important role in the prevention of high blood pressure and certain cancers.

excellent source of antioxidants as well as beta carotene, which has been proven to protect vision. a rich source of carotenoids, which may help to prevent certain cancers.

a healthy protein, chicken contains niacin – a B-vitamin that has been linked to protection from certain cancers.

chick peas
full of fiber and protein, an excellent choice for controlling blood sugar and boosting energy. virtually fat-free, chick peas contain high levels of molybdenum, a mineral that holds detoxifying powers.

full of great nutrients such as vitamins B1 & B5, fiber, magnesium and folate, which are shown to help with memory and even heart health.

cranberries (craisins)
rich in vitamin C, cranberries pack a punch. they contain tannins – a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory effects.

cucumber contains a high level of potassium among other important nutrients. considered a natural diuretic, it aids in kidney, pancreas and bladder health.

eggs/egg whites
9 essential amino acids and sulfur content aiding in healthy nails, hair and skin. eggs also contain lutein 0 a powerful nutrient that benefits eye health.

feta cheese
a whopping 1/3 less calories than standard cheese. rich in calcium.

glazed pecans
a source of high-quality protein, rich in natural antioxidants, including vitamin E.

green beans
loaded with fiber and protein, they help sustain energy. may also reduce the risk of heart disease and other cancers.

lean ham is packed with protein. low in fat and sodium.

rich in calcium, mozzarella is a relatively low-fat cheese which helps maintain strong, healthy bones.

excellent source of potassium, rich in riboflavin, selenium and niacin. studies show that selenium works with vitamin E to protect cells against free radicals.

a great source of “good” fats and vitamin E, olives contain antioxidants that may reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.

linked to reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels, onions are surprisingly rich in vitamin C and contain a healthy amount of fiber.

oranges (mandarin)
contain vitamins A & C, fiber, calcium and magnesium. they protect from ailments such as the common cold to kidney health.

low in calories and cholesterol yet high in protein. easy on the digestive track.

naturally low in calories and saturated fats. Packed with protein and full of omega-3’s.

soy (tofu and edamame)
good source of protein, iron and calcium; studies show they may be beneficial to the cardiovascular system and help to alleviate hot flashes.

contains calcium, folic acid and iron, spinach helps blood vessels and brain cells stay healthy, in addition to strengthening bones and protecting against heart disease.

spring mix
source of fiber, the lettuces in spring mix contain vitamins A, B & C as well as potassium.

sun dried tomatoes
1 ounce of sun dried tomatoes carries 12 times the lycopene of raw tomatoes. lycopene is a strong antioxidant that helps fight free radicals in the body.

sunflower seeds
these “youth-protecting proteins” are packed with nutrients and are an excellent source of fiber, minerals and vitamin E.

suntan peppers
rich in vitamins A,C & K, they contain lycopene, which has a reputation for aiding in the protection from certain cancers.

an excellent source of vitamins and antioxidants, they may lower the risk of heart disease and cancer. proven to fight against free radicals which cause premature aging.

low-calorie source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein and potassium. studies suggest the acids in tuna may help prevent certain cancers, stroke and be beneficial to liver health.

a low-fat, high protein food. it is loaded with nutrients such as selenium, niacin, zinc, B6 & B12. it is also suggested to be a mood enhancer and aid in the prevention of certain cancers.

a rich source of omega-3’s, as well as vitamin E & B6. proven to aid in lowering cholesterol and promoting vascular health, often called “brain food” for their positive effects on brain health and function.

white beans
loaded with vitamins and protein. a great source of fiber and sustained energy. may also reduce your risk of heart disease and certain cancers.