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Eat Well to Be Well: Meal Prep for Busy Lives

By Sophia Gerontakos The number one priority in maintaining health and wellbeing is what you eat.  Our bodies run on  specific nutrients and without quality sources of these we simply cannot function well.  Vitamins, minerals and amino acids are needed for every biochemical pathway, for energy production and for the synthesis of hormones and neurotransmitters, so what we eat plays a critical role in both our physical and mental health.

Spiced Beetroot-slaw

This is best made at least a day ahead and gets better over the next week when it becomes more like a raw relish … Place the balsamic vinegar, macadamia or olive oil, honey, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves in a wide mixing bowl and whisk to combine.Pour the dressing over the beetroot combination and allow to marinate in a covered container in the fridge, at least overnight. 4 fresh Beetroot

Poule Au Pot

(French for poached chicken with winter-vegetable broth) Henry IV hoped to create a wealthy nation where every family could afford a stew once a week. Thus, the Poule Au Pot became one of the traditional French Sunday dinners. This recipe is basically from a newspaper clipping from years ago, and I have made this soup over and over again; it’s simple and absolutely delicious! Soon as someone has a cold

Salmon Patties and Berry Salad

Salmon patties are a great way to get more fish into your diet .. add a berry salad, and you are off to a great start getting the nutrients you need to get through the week … Salmon Patties 1 x 210g tin pink salmon with bones4 medium potatoes. Peel, cook & mash2 eggs1 clove of garlic (crushed)1 small chilli1 tsp finely chopped fresh ginger1 small bunch parsley finely choppedSalt

Nutrition Bowls

Bliss bowls are not a new idea, but they are such a simple and delicious way to include plenty of vegetables, fibre and essential fatty acids into your day. This spring-inspired bowl features a smokey tahini dressing and an anti-inflammatory dukkah to add more flavour and nutrients. If you prepare the dukkah, dressing and baked vegetables ahead of time, these bowls are a snap to put together. Baking Vegetables –

Easy as Dahl

This dahl is so yummy and easy, it’s a great source of comfort food and nice to have on a winters’ night. The warm ginger and use of spices and garlic are excellent for digestive health and have anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial proprieties. This dahl is rich in protein and fibre and when served with a brown or wild rice is the perfect combination of carbohydrates, protein and deliciousness. Great for

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