Make this Gut Friendly Savoury Pancake Recipe. A type of Japanese egg pancake, this is perfect for a fast supper. Providing both pre and probiotics.
Banana & Almond Pancakes - Recipe for Pancake Day
Make these banana & almond pancakes as a healthy alternative for Pancake Day or as a great bedtime snack. Full of sleep promoting tryptophan.
Want a really satisfying dinner? This aubergine cannelloni with walnut pesto in rich tomato sauce @themedicinalchef is amazing. No starch overload here. This is a great way to have a delicious alternative to pasta without sending your blood sugar through the roof.
Eat smart to help balance your blood sugar levels. This is crucial for health and to avoid and help reverse type 2 diabetes. This meal of salmon fish cakes made with sweet potatoes and vegetables ticks all the boxes to keep blood sugars balanced and avoid overloading the insulin system. It has a low glycaemic impact.
Nutritious Buckwheat Pancakes for Pancake Day - Recipe
Buckwheat Pancake recipe. A good brunch option and an alternative to the almond pancakes if you are unable to eat nuts or prefer a slightly lighter option.
Let’s be honest, as well as being a great excuse to dress up, Halloween is for eating delicious sweet treats – and we would never suggest you do anything other on October 31st than fill up on fun foods. We do think, however, that tweaking your favourite treats to add in extra nutrition and help Read more
4 Foods To Support Your Heart Health
Cardiovascular health is something that is massively influenced by our diet and lifestyle. Many areas of this are hotly debated, and research is certainly evolving. As research unfolds and develops, a few culinary heroes have come to the surface. Here are our top 4 foods to support your heart health: Porridge oats Ah the Read more
Breakfast is such a great start to the day! 😀 Eggs cooked anyway you like are a wonderful source of nutrients and have so many health benefits. They are a rich source of protein, containing all 9 of the essential amino acids that we need to obtain from our food as well as being low GL so they will keep blood sugars balanced until lunch.
Here is @inspirehealthuk developing a recipe for healthy snicker bars full of goodness. Packed with protein, good fats and only the teeniest bit of honey 🍯 for taste. Guaranteed to keep your blood sugars stable whilst you enjoy an indulgent treat
Thai seafood soup. What's better on a cold day? Beautiful flavours, warming and the prawns are packed full of protein and zinc which is important for supporting the immune system. Definitely needed at this time of year 💥
Is there science behind essential oils? ~ Perhaps more than you think: 'Each drop of essential oil provides a delicate balance of constituents that act synergistically to provide an effect that is more than the sum of its parts. It is precisely this synergy that is of significant interest to medical researchers concerned with the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance.'
It's easy to get stuck in a rut for breakfast ideas. Even pancakes can be healthy made with the right ingredients. Use a base of ground almonds or buckwheat flour and add egg, baking powder, mashed banana or crushed blueberries and even some flaxseed. Served as American pancakes, with toppings of a few berries and maybe yoghurt, this gives you a wonderful filling breakfast full of protein that will sustain your energy levels for hours.
Starting the day with homemade buckwheat muesli; buckwheat flakes, nuts, seeds, shredded coconut, dates, topped with strawberries and served with almond milk. Delicious and way better than shop bought cereals. Also easy to make the night before and just add the milk if you're in a rush in the morning. A great mix of protein, slow release carbs and healthy fats great for all round health.
These snacks particularly support cardiovascular health. Avocados are high in phytosterols that aid in reducing cholesterol and vitamin E that can protect against LDL cholesterol oxidation. Salmon is packed with omega 3 helping maintain healthy cholesterol levels and protecting blood vessels from persistent inflammatory damage. ❤️
Keeping food interesting and varied as well as delicious and great for health😋Porridge is such a simple breakfast and throwing on top nuts, seeds and fruits adds extra protein and nutritional density. This breakfast is particularly great for heart health ❤️ The soluble fibre beta-glucan in oats lowers cholesterol in the digestive tract. Blueberries are packed full of the flavonoid compounds anthocyanins that can stimulate nitric oxide release leading to a lowering of blood pressure.