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Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats. These types of fats may help to reduce the risk of heart disease. This is important because women with MS may be at higher risk of developing heart disease. The oleic acid in olive oil may also reduce inflammation.
A plant-based diet, rich in colorful fruits and vegetables, may be incredibly beneficial for those with MS due to their high antioxidant levels. Antioxidants may help to slow the disease progression of MS by preventing cell damage caused by free radicals in the body.
Prepare Gnocchi Cook gnocchi in a large pot according to package directions. Using a slotted spoon, remove gnocchi from pot and set aside in a large bowl.
Combine and Sauté In a large skillet, heat the oil until it shimmers, then add the garlic. Cook for 30 seconds. Add the sliced zucchini and summer squash to the skillet and sauté, stirring occasionally, until crisp-tender, about 7-8 minutes.
Garnish & Serve Once cooked, pour the squash mixture over the gnocchi. Sprinkle in the lemon juice, feta, thyme, and basil. Stir to evenly coat and serve.
Substitute traditional gnocchi for gluten-free gnocchi
Substitute feta cheese for a dairy-free cheese alternative
Instead of using fresh herbs, sprinkle liberally with dried thyme and basil.
Use pre-minced garlic instead of garlic cloves.
Use a mandoline to quickly cut squash into rounds.
If using a deep skillet, cook the gnocchi and squash in the same dish to reduce clean up time.
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