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Chicken, Zucchini Noodles with Basil, Mint Pesto

Using zucchini noodles as a starch alternative is a great idea. In this recipe I have included many nourishing ingredients. Cooked tomatoes contain the bioactive lycopene, a strong anti-oxidant promoting compound which helps reduce cancer risk, especially prostate. The asparagus is filled with prebiotics, which help to feed all the good bacteria in your gut, while the broccoli stems increase the fibre, folate and sulforaphane content of the...

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Almond, Apple & Cinnamon Muffins

The perfect snack or breakfast for you this Pesach! These muffins are not only kosher for Pesach, but they are gluten-free, low in carbohydrates and simple to make. Apples contain pectin, a natural fibre found in the skin and pulp, which is beneficial for gut health and has cholesterol-lowering effects. They also have a low glycaemic index, due to their high fibre content, which means this fruit...

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Spanish-style Chicken Breasts & Turmeric Spiced Cauliflower Rice

Coming home late from work or looking for something quick and healthy to prepare? This Mediterranean style chicken breast dish is a one pot wonder. Cut up the veggies, make a smoky gravy-like sauce, place it all in layers with your chicken breasts in an oven proof dish and Bob’s your uncle. Packed with soluble and insoluble fibre, the vegetables in the dish provide some of the...

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Salmon Fishcakes

These salmon fishcakes can be enjoyed by all age groups in the family. Accompanied with some fresh cabbage salad or a side green salad, they make for a well-balanced meal and are packed with nutritional benefit. Salmon, being an oily fish, provides the oh so important Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids not only contribute to increasing the levels of HDL (the healthy cholesterol) in our...

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Roast Nectarine and Ricotta Summer Salad

What a delicious summer salad. Its light, fresh and full of colour. Nectarines are a great source of fibre. They contain a good dose of vitamin c, as well as potassium, lutein and B-carotene. These vitamins and bioactive compounds have been linked to having anti-oxidant and immune strengthening effects. Fennel provides a good source of the bioactive quercetin which “switches on” genes responsible for reducing oxidative stress and “switches off” genes that...

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Egg & Vegetable Muffins

Looking for something easy to make as a snack or even as part of your kid’s school lunch; look no further. Parents are not only always looking for creative ways to get their kids to eat vegetables, but also, great snack and lunchbox ideas that are high in protein. These vegetable egg muffins are high in protein and are packed with a variety of colourful vegetables. Not only...

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Harissa Spiced Carrot and Pepper Hummus

This is a fantastic snack, starter or accompaniment to any meal. You can dip anything into this roast vegetable harissa hummus, pour it on a salad, spread it on a sandwich or eat it with your breakfast eggs. Chickpeas are a plant-based protein that are high in fibre and pack a protein punch.  They provide all the essential and non-essential amino acids, which are the building...

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