Munch on Brunch ...
and maintain good skin! This simple recipe, practically a pizza, celebrates the Mediteranean diet. Olives are bursting with antioxidants and tomatoes will provide you with sufficient amount of Vitamin K which is good for bone health and blood clotting.
Fill Yourself Up For Longer...
You can't go wrong with lentils; they are a nutritional bomb and extremely affordable. What's more they will fill you up without added calories. Red peppers are fab too, as they contain 200 per cent of your daily Vitamin C intake.
Breakfast The Best Way To Start The Day.
Eggs are laden with important proteins; sweet potatoes may control blood pressure as well as fibre and tomatoes when cooked contain antioxidants.
Get Set For Those Autumn Nights.
What better way to end a long day with this filling supper. And just like Strictly goes hand-in-hand with Saturday nights, so does apple and cider. What's more, apples will keep the doctor away with them holding vital antioxidants that could reduce cancer; hypertension and heart disease. Parsnips are good for weight loss and also offer a sufficient amount of fibre. Leeks are just wonderful as they contain very little saturated fat.
A Quick Fix...
and with suede included it will help your digestive health too!
Bringing a Twist Of The Caribbean To Your Plate.
And, mango provides double the benefit with its bright yellow colour to cheer you up even on a dull winters day as well as Vitamins A and C to look after your eyes and the absorption of iron. Prawns are perfect for maintaining strong bones and sweet potato is fab for boosting immunity.
Takeaway Something Healthy...
and you will remember the salad as the coriander will boost your memory... guaranteed!
Wholesome Winter Warmer...
not forgetting the mint will help your mental awareness and the peas will look after your heart.
Swift & Souperb.
The carrots may help you see better in the dark, but they could also help reduce the risks of cancer. Therefore, My Mum's favourite soup recipe Must Be Featured.
This recipe is a great way to use up any roast chicken from the day before. And, the avocado will help fill you up, as well as ensuring your nerve signals are maintained, thanks to its potassium.
Perfect for the night after a chicken roast dinner, this recipe is a complete meal needing nothing else. The coconut milk will benefit you in many ways, including being a natural antinflamatory and will also boost your immunity.
This sauce can be the basis for any casserole, chicken or fish dish, and with regular meals being produced from this basic recipe, you will get a significant portion of protein thanks to to the borlotti beans, which are also full of calcium potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.
Friday Night Supper.
Forget the chippie, this fish dish will tantalise your tastebuds and keep you healthy. Salmon may reduce heart disease and also protects your bones.
Enjoy the tastes of the season all year round and enjoy the benefits. Low in calories, asparagus is loaded with good nutrition, particularly folate which helps form blood cells. Peas contain magnesium which can help prevent high blood pressure.
Toasted Spices To Inspire Your Senses...
Wow! Enjoy Curry and Be Happy! Where to start? Turmeric has been scientifically proven to prevent heart disease and cancer; mustard is an anti-inflamatory; cumin is good for digestion; fennel aids a good metabolism; corriander lowers cholesterol; chilli powder helps look after your eyes and cinamon is a powerful antioxidant.
Spring Into This Infusion Takeaway.
And with spring onions providing Vitamin C and watermelon, yup watermelon, having a natural source of Nitric Oxide, this meal will help your blood vessels expand and in turn lower blood pressure. Fab!
Brunch or Lunch ...?
Whatever time of day, with yellow peaches mixed with chorizo and bacon, you will get a great taste. And with peaches bursting with vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and may prevent some cancers, this is a quick and nutritious snack.
Great Tastes From The Heart Of The Sea.
This recipe will Feed Your Soul with salmon laden with Vitamin B, which contributes to important processes such as turning food into energy.