Stuffed with ground turkey and quinoa, these stuffed peppers are as lovely as healthy. Stuffed peppers make a fabulous meal. There is something comforting about Stuffed Peppers. These stuffed turkey and quinoa peppers are packed with protein and feature healthy ingredients.
Pure comfort food, this Gluten Free Banana Bread is perfectly moist and loaded with banana flavor.
This is such an easy recipe, you can whip this banana bread in no time. It started with ripe bananas…. and the essential ingredients are almond flour, gluten free flour blend, coconut milk andcoconut oil.
Almond flour is a staple in my pantry, a gluten-free baking alternative to standard wheat flour.
This Mediterranean Pan-Roasted Salmon Recipe is packed with protein and OMEGA-3s…and flavor!
Recent research suggests that people following a Mediterranean-style diet have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer, and health problems. I try to eat fish at least twice a week. When you have fresh fish, you don’t need to do too much to make a dish sing.
There something comforting about soups. Soups are also the perfect canvas for some the of most mineral-rich foods nature has to offer, including detoxifying greens.
There are a thousand ways to detox your body. A simple detox soup provides you with a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals.
Not all smoothies are healthy. America has gotten crazy over smoothies. But like any craze, beware of overdoing it. Not all smoothies are created equal. Choose healthy ingredients and avoid
These add fibre, omega 3 fatty acids. The chia seeds will help to keep you fuller for longer, helping to control your appetite. So try out some chia, flax, or hemp seeds.
2. NUT AND OTHER BUTTERS
These will give you some fat and protein and keep you fuller longer. They also are a good source of fibre and several minerals like iron, zinc and magnesium. Try these butters: pumpkin seed, sesame, or peanut, almond.
Smoothies are a great way to add veggies in to your day. Many popular smoothie recipe include carrots, beets, spinach, kale, celery, pumpkin, squash, or cucumber.
I love adding fruits to a smoothie. Eating the whole fruit gives you the fibre! Fruit also provides a lot of flavor, sweetness, and vitamins. Use fresh or frozen.
For added B vitamins, fibre, and an extra boost of fullness, add some grains such as oats or oat bran.
6. FLAVOR BOOSTERS
Use local and/or organic honey or stevia. Try also adding cinnamon, vanilla extract, cayenne or fresh ginger for extra flavor.
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Adapted from "smart nutrition"