Ditch the lettuce and rather give your body some well deserved micronutrients which could come from replacing the lettuce in your salad to cabbage!
Who doesn’t enjoy a good old traditional Cottage Pie. Make most meals during the week nutritious and packed with goodness! This recipe is great as it is a good source of fiber (added lentils) and it uses leaner forms of protein and canola oil as a source of healthy fats.
Rusks can be a great way to get your day going. However, commercial rusks often are very high in the unhealthy fats (palm kernel oil or hydrogenated fat) as well as high in sugar. Therefore, it may be worth you while making your own rusks as they would be a far healthier alternative.
Do you follow the Meatless Monday initiative? If not, don’t be skeptical – I am not transforming you into vegetarians or bunnies but rather appealing to you to try have one meatless meal a week, it doesn’t even have to be a Monday!
Omega-3’s are important for good health, especially heart health, eye site and brain functioning. Research has shown that the consumption of fatty fish is beneficial to health and that we need to try ensure that we get in at least 90-120 g of fatty fish at least two times a week!