A Korean fermented pickle that helps your gut microbiome and overall health.
Delicious wholesome natural rhubarb and ginger crumble muffins courtesy of Joy Skipper, registered nutritionist, food and health writer specialising in nutrition to support sport and exercise, especially for those still training or competing in later years as well as gut health and menopause.
Making your own granola ensures you control the amount of sugar in your bowl of healthy cereal.
Many supermarket granola cereals contain large amounts of sugars and other unhealthy fillers to ensure maximum profit with sub-standard ingredients. Follow this recipe and enjoy a bowl of natural healthy nourishing granola.
Mixing grains, legumes and pulses is a great way for vegetarian athletes to acquire all the essential amino acids that the body needs.
This recipe includes a great mix of all the essential amino acids, plus a rainbow of vegetables to provide an abundance of vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Smokey Butter Beans
These delicious beans are so simple and so versatile – great on toast for breakfast, served alongside barbecued meats, spooned over a jacket potato, or my favourite, served on a bed of roasted celeriac. Creamy texture from the beans, a bit of crunch from the vegetables – a great protein-rich meal.
Eating foods that are in season helps to reduce food miles and increase nutrient intake. Tahini is made from sesame seeds, which are rich in calcium and magnesium and make a delicious creamy dressing.