Lentils are really high in dietary fibre. A daily dose of fibre helps to push waste through your digestive system, speeding up your metabolism and keeping your bowel motions regular and healthy. Lentils also have a high source of protein which is great for a meat substitute if you want to live a more plant based diet. They are highly nutritious filled with vital nutrients such as vitamin B, magnesium and zinc. Lentils also have a larger quantity of iron which most vegetarian diets lack.
Green smoothie options and flavours are endless. The green leafy vegetables make up an extremely important part of your diet! Great health benefits may include reducing your risk of obesity, heart disease and/or high blood pressure. It may also help prevent and clear up any bloating by keeping your bowel movements regular because of the high fibre content in all green vegetables!
Halloumi has several benefits and nutrients such as high calcium and protein. As there is no meat in this dish it is important that you still get your daily dose of protein. Halloumi being a good substitute. Protein is important for promoting proper growth and development, as well as supporting muscle growth, immune function, and weight control.
This recipe is one of the most authentic recipes of traditional Swedish meatballs as it is one of the GATF workers grandmother’s true Swedish recipe. The meatballs are moist and perfectly seasoned with the added pork mince and cooking cream. Served with traditional Swedish condiments to make it the full traditional recipe. This wholesome hearty meal will fill you up in the best kind of way, leaving you full from the good amounts of fiber and protein contents in the dish.
The most popular recipe on GATF – Our citrus smoothie recipe. Therefore, we bring to you something quite similar – the Citrus Shot. Free of gluten, lactose, milk proteins and egg. A fresh shot of juice is made up of all the ingredients to keep the cold and flu away. This shot has an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber and other amazing health benefits.
Fried rice is leftover food with a big L, so it is both good and climate-friendly. Use yesterday’s rice and what you find in the cupboard of tofu, vegetables and nuts. Feel free to replace ingredients with what you have available.