Roasted Kumara and Brussel Sprouts Recipe. Kumara is packed with nutrients including vitamin C for immunity, anti-inflammatory compounds and has an abundance of antioxidants.
Omega-3 fatty acids are some of the most important nutrients you can put into your body. The reason, we need the omega-3 fatty acids in our diet is because we don’t make our own. They are an essential fat, and needed for us to survive.
This is the time when you need immune boosting nutrients to help you keep healthy during the winter months and to fight of any rogue viruses such as Covid-19.
When restoring your gut, you can help your body by providing it with nourishing foods that contain key ingredients to promote the healing of the intestinal walls and the growth of the ‘good’ bacteria within them.
Today’s recipe is for internal use. Drink one to three cups of tea per day to reduce inflammation. For stomach and upper intestinal problems such as heartburn or stomach ulcers, it is best taken after meals.
We should be getting five to seven servings a day of vegetables. One serving is about the size of your palm. Even as a nutritionist, I have to work hard at ensuring that I have a good intake of these nutrient dense foods every day.
My go-to recipe for a quick nutritious dessert. Chia Seed Berry Blast – packed with good fats, vitamins, iron, iodine, magnesium, manganese, niacin, thiamine, antioxidants and fibre.
I made this lovely dessert for a girlie gathering last year. It was a HIT! The only difference is that I made the raspberries into a jam and covered the whole cheesecake, garnished with a few berries and mint. It was so yummy.
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