Look what yummy salad I found on Mrs. Buenavida. It contains avocado, which are rich in beta-sitosterol, a substance that has been shown to have a positive effect on your blood cholesterol levels. Plus, one of the best sources of vitamin E is avocado. Lots of people don’t eat them though, because they think there’s too much fat in them. Although, it’s true that avocado is rich in fats, it’s monounsaturated fats… which means good fat!
Recipe after the cut!
This mango blueberry quinoa salad with lemon-basil dressing looks so good. Fruity salads are my favourites! For dinner I’d add some chicken though. Quinoa is actually very healthy, because it’s very high in protein and has every one of the nine essential amino acids. These nine essential amino acids are the ones that your body cannot synthesize in quantities sufficient to sustain good health, so they need to come from food sources.
Find out how to prepare this salad after the cut.
This recipe is one from nutritionist Michael Roussell (PhD, author of 6 Pillars of Nutrition), who often digs into Greek yogurt himself.
“Greek yogurt has twice the protein and half the carbs of regular yogurt, plus it’s so creamy,” Roussell says. “The powder gives added protein and vanilla flavor, while pomegranate berries, loaded with anthocyanins and ellagic acid, are some of the most powerful antioxidants we can get in our diet. Walnuts contain one of the most diverse blends of fats of any nuts, including high levels of omega-3. Some research suggests that daily walnut consumption can prevent age-related decreasing in cognitive function.”
Recipe after the jump!
This healthy spring salad looks great! So colourful and again… easy to make. You could either eat it for lunch or dinner. Find out how to prepare it after the jump!
Look at this delicious breakfast recipe I found. Such a healthy yet yummy breakfast, plus it’s easy to make! Find out how after the jump