A quick & simple recipe to prepare during your hectic days.
Here we have two of the favourite healthy breakfast ingredients combined in a treat you can eat on the spot or take with to work. Potassium rich bananas and oats both have gut-healthy soluble and insoluble fibre to keep the digestive system in order.
Sticky rice cake is especially enjoyed during Chinese New Year because it symbolizes family cohesiveness. This sticky rice cake is called “ Nian Gao” in Chinese, which symbolizes increasing prosperity every year.
Did you know that pumpkin features in all the Blue Zones diets for Longevity? Not only is it low-calorie, high fibre, but it is rich in potasium, beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, lutein and vitamin C, making it heart-healthy, gut-healthy and protective for eye health.
Using organic lemon juice, spices, sesame and olive oils, raw honey and coconut nectar sugar as dressing, he replaces the conventional salmon fish with yellow grateful. With all these yummy organic ingredients are mixed together, you’ll forget that this dish is meat and fish-free!
Potatoes are one of the vegetables scoring high for pesticide residues on the EWG ‘Dirty Dozen’ list. So well worth the investment to buy organic. Our organic Thai potatoes have a mealy texture when cooked which make them perfect for mashed potatoes and also for absorbing gravies.
We love organic cherries adding them into a delicious muffin is just one of our favourite ways to enjoy them. Cherries have a pretty short season in both hemispheres, but being nutrient dense they offer a wealth of benefits. High in fibre and vitamin C, with a low glycemic index of 22 they benefit the body by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, improving osteoarthritis and lowering LDL cholesterol.
This bowl of goodness is packed with several vegetables of shapes, colours and textures – and not forgetting the colourful rainbow mee sua which adds more fun and nutrients into their meals.
These raw vegan kale chips are nutrient dense and a great way to add antioxidants to your diet. They are gently dehydrated overnight at 48°C, meaning none of the nutrition is destroyed by excess heat.