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A classic chicken salad recipe. Ingredients: 2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts…
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This hearty lunch is packed with protein to encourage muscular growth…
Sweet Potato is rich in vitamin A, which is shown to…
Walnuts are not only high in nutrients they also have a…
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Ingredients 2 slices of multigrain bread ½ avocado, sliced or smashed…
Have fun piling spicy mince into these crunchy lettuce cups
This dish is summer on a plate — it works really well on the barbecue too
Ingredients 1 Cauliflower 1 tsp Cumin 1 tbsp Olive oil 70g…
Add a festive twist to a weekday lunch with this quick, easy salad
Ingredients 450g leftover roast chicken 2 tsp vegetable oil 1 red…
Ingredients 4 Co-op British chicken thighs, skin removed 1 tbsp smoked…
Ingredients 1 tbsp Olive oil 1 small Red onion, sliced 350g…
Warm up with this fresh and nourishing hotpot!
Lick your lips with this tasty twist to the traditional tabouli!
Try this zesty, colourful breakfast recipe!
Vitamin B and iron rich beans will provide an instant energy boost!
A Turkish delight that is not only delicious but immunity enhancing.
A quick a tasty meal that is a high-protein and low in fat.
Chill, cumin and cayenne are full of antioxidants and it’s been suggested that chilli and cayenne may boost metabolism – great if weight loss is your goal.
Kale is packed with fibre, iron, vitamins A, C, K and calcium – it’s truly a superfood. Try baking kale and sprinkling with chilli and a little salt for an alternative to crisps.
The chia seeds in this recipe provide you with a natural energy boost perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up.
If you’re low on time during the week, these rissoles can be made in advance and kept in the fridge or freezer ready for a quick mid-week meal.
Save time during the week by making this recipe in bulk and storing it in individual portions in the fridge. Meal prep is the key to staying on track with healthy eating goals!
Pistachios are not only high in nutrients, they also have a long shelf-life. Keep pastachios as a staple in your cupboard to add to meals or for a quick healthy snack.
Whisking the egg whites makes the omelette really fluffy – it’s great with the spicy beef
Turkey is a lean meat full of protein, perfect for those watching their waist line.
Coconut oil may be a good alternative to vegetable oil or butter as it contains high levels of medium chain fatty acids, which may have a positive effect on body weight.
Egg and avocado are both excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids which contribute to a healthy nervous system.
Walnuts are a healthy food which is high in protein yet contains no cholesterol.
This scrumcious Arabic dish is packed with the goodness of fresh herbs.
This vitamin packed risotto will help boost your immune system and get your tasebuds singing.
Beetroot improves blood flow around the body helping to prevent heart disease.
Capsicums contain anti-inflammatory properties which help to reduce the onset of illnesses.
Parsnips are an excellent source of dietary fibre. Dietary fibre helps to reduce cholestrol levels and promotes a healthy digestive system.
This fragrant Thai curry will boost your metabolism while satisfying your stomach.
Buckwheat is thought to help lower your risk of type 2 diabetes as well as contributing to healthy blood pressure – amazing!
Chickpeas are naturally low in salt and are said to help maintain healthy blood pressure.
Quinoa is a good source of fibre, protein, antioxidants and perfect for bulking up a humble salad.
Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C as well as other vitamins that have anti-inflammatory properties.
Not only is chicken delicious and versitile, it is also a good source of of Vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 helps to promote healthy nerve and brain functioning.
Pumpkin is highly recommended by dietitions to be included in weight reduction programs. It contains no saturated fats or cholestrol, but is high in fibre.
Green leafy vegetables such as spinach is rich in folate. There is a strong link between folate and mental health. Increasing your folate intake can have positive effects on people suffering from depression.
Reap the benefites of lucuma powder in this tasty snack. Lucuma powder has a citrus flavour and is rich in fibre – keeping you fuller for longer.
If you like your dinners low-carb, or you’re simply trying to get more veggies into your diet, try this alternative to a calorie-packed pizza.
Pumpkin is an excellent source of potassium which helps to keep your muscles functioning at their optimal level.
This hearty lunch is packed with protein to encourage muscular growth and repair.
Fish contains healthy omega-3 fatty acids which help to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.
Did you know: The first soup was made of hippopotamus? Archaeological evidence dates the consumption of soup back to 6000BC. These early soups were made of hippopotamus!