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.
This tuna stir-through features a creamy consistency filled with loads of different flavours and zing. Tuna has an extensive list of health benefits but one of the largest ones is the large amount of omega 3 it contains. So why is Omega 3 beneficial to us; a increased amount of Omega 3 in diet may help reduce your Omega 6 fatty acid in your body which can help reduce cholesterol and may help prevent clotting and heart attacks.
This breakfast bruschetta is a great alternative to all your usual “boring” weet-bix or porridge. Ricotta has a great source of calcium along with a high content of Vitamin A. Tomatoes also have a high content in vitamin A, C, D and potassium. Vitamin A and C will really help boost your immunity system and help keep sickness away so getting in your daily dose of this is vital.
This vegetarian winter stew contains soluble fiber which will lead to and improve your stool and promotes healthy bowel movements. Thus far, if you are having urinary incontinence symptoms, being bloated, or constipated may add to your incontinence so adding meals into your diet that contain a high source of fiber should only improve your healthy bowel movements.
This soup offers a sweet flavour that marries together with the mildness of the feta cheese cream drizzled on top of the soup.
The vegetable carrot is a slightly sweet vegetable that has numerous of health benefits such as lowered cholesterol health, boosted vitamin A intake and potential improved eye health.
This recipe contains ripe green tomatoes and not unripe green red tomatoes. The difference in nutrients is vast as the ripe green tomatoes contain a larger source of vitamin A, C and potassium levels. Ripe green tomatoes also contain a great amount of iron, calcium, dietary fiber, magnesium, and other minerals