Do crunchy beans and juicy oranges really go well together? Because we love unusual food ideas, we had to try this out. The result was our recipe for orange and bean salad, accompanied by chicken, tomatoes and a few other ingredients. We love this surprising combination as it tastes delicious!
We would fly to the moon for this delicious galaxy smoothie bowl of berries, banana, orange and other tasty ingredients! This vitamin-rich mix for all “breakfast astronauts” makes for a fruity start to the day and adds some stunning colour to the breakfast table.
Have a vitamin-packed breakfast, eat less meat, choose more nutritious snacks … a healthier diet is probably one of the things that we most want to tackle at the start of a new year. These 5 foods meet a variety of needs and make it easy to keep those resolutions for a better diet.
A luscious, protein-filled, substantial dish – quinoa is delicious, healthy and uncomplicated. Our quinoa and fruit salad recipe is particularly colourful and packed with vitamins. Try this creative combination of the pseudocereal with clementines, pomegranate and berries!
The new year has just begun. It’s stretching out ahead of us, just like the empty pages of a book waiting to be written. Our 5 tips for minimalism at the start of the year will give you some helpful food for thought.
Peanuts pack a powerful punch. According to a study published in The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, you may be able to duck cognitive decline with nuts – think walnuts, peanuts, or almonds. Resveratrol, a naturally occurring bioactive compound is believed to improve blood flow to brain and may also be responsible for cognitive improvement.
We love rice – in this case pudding rice. Sweet, creamy pudding rice always hits the spot and tastes delicious as a snack or when you’re on the move. Thanks to the addition of grapes, berries, mango, grapefruit and mint, our quick recipe for our fruit and rice bowl adds a fruity twist to the popular “soul food” from our childhood days!
The annual Christmas dinner is usually a very hearty feast, which tastes delicious but is often quite low in vitamins. Of course we don’t want to miss out on tasty treats during the festive season but the culinary classics can easily be enjoyed with a fruitier twist. Pears, berries and the like can add a vitamin boost, making for a healthier Christmas dinner.
Could you do with an energy boost in the mornings? How about some vitality-boosting fruit? Our breakfast supershake with banana, berries, cinnamon, nut milk and honey will give you morning superpowers and a satisfying feeling of well-being. And it also tastes deliciously autumnal!
Brrr … after so many beautifully bright and warm summer days, the dark and cold morning hours are back. Do you feel down and depressed before you even get out of bed and would much prefer to disappear under the bedclothes? Then our 5 tips might help to motivate you in the mornings.