This nutritional therapist’s favourite recipes

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This nutritional therapist’s favourite recipes

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As a nutritional therapist who is passionate about food and cooking I am often asked for my favourite nutritious and not-so-nutritious recipes. Well here are a few I couldn’t live without…!  They each offer a lot in the way of nutrition as well as taste and don’t worry many of them are do-able on under 30 minutes (at least the prep side of things)…

 

Lunch / dinner

BBC lentils squash and kale salad – lentils and kale are known to be a particularly nutritious combination, each making up in nutrients what the other lacks such as minerals and prebiotic nutrients.

Speedy supper: Pasta Puttanesca by Guardian’s Felicity Cloake for some Omega 3 rich nutrition.

Dodd’s anti-inflammatory kale butter with boiled eggs and rye bread, from Healthy Herts Sarah Dodd  – all the health benefits of kale and avocado in one tasty lunch

Vegan friendly, easy sweet potato, coconut and lentil curry from Deliciously Ella

Phyto-oestrogen rich recipes for women including some great chickpea and lentil recipes, some of which are also vegan friendly

… and not forgetting one of my favourite, nutritious foods… (surprise!)

 

Puddings

Chocolate avocado mousse: low sugar, milk free and low GL pudding – delicious pudding also suitable for those on a low GL weight loss regime

Milk/dairy-free smoothies or yoghurts   – for those who want to use lots of fresh fruit in their puddings and who aren’t afraid of a seed. Way less dubious ingredients than a conventional yoghurt and twice as colourful.

 

Keep an eye on this page as well as on my Twitter feed @HealthyHertsLGC for more recipes as I will add more

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