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Vegetable-rich recipes

One of the most beneficial actions that you can do for your health, and the health of the planet, is to adopt a more vegetable-rich diet. This simply means adding more vegetables to your everyday meals or changing up your common vegetables with less common veggies such as sweet potatoes, baby marrow, and broccoli.

Some major advantages of eating more vegetables include improved weight management, reduced risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and stomach, breast, lung, ovarian and bladder cancer. Incorporating more vegetables in your diet is simple, and doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Click the link below to view how you can start making daily changes to your meals.

Vegetable-Rich Recipes
Vegetable-Rich Recipes

Plant-Based Protein Recipes

Incorporating plant-based protein sources into your diet helps not only add variety to your diet but also helps reduce the risk factor for heart disease and (some) cancers. To easily transform your favourite meat recipes into plant-based treats simply swap out the meat for plant-based alternatives. Good sources of plant-protein include legumes such as beans, peas, lentils, nuts, seeds and soy products. These foods provide the body with iron and zinc, which are important for maintaining a strong immune system. Interested in trying out more plant-based proteins? Click the link below to view our helpful recipes.

What does plant-based mean?
Plant-based ingredients consists mostly or entirely of foods derived from plants, including vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, legumes and fruits.

Whole-Grain Recipes

Carbohydrates are an essential macronutrient for survival and is a must have for a healthy, energised and well fuelled body. Ingredients range from grains, breads and cereals, however, the key is to ensuring you are eating a variety of whole-grain ingredients, and making simple swop outs such as white bread to whole-wheat bread to help increase the nutritional profile of your meals. One of the most important jobs of whole-grains is to provide fibre, which is important for gut health and bowel function. Click the link below to view our whole-grain recipes.

Vegetable-Rich Recipes
Vegetable-Rich Recipes

Nutritious Meat Recipes

Meat, fish and poultry are excellent sources of protein, iron and zinc. Low iron levels can lead to tiredness, the reduced ability to work and less resistance to infection. Improve the nutritional value of your meat dishes by pairing them with a mix of your favourite vegetables, increasing your whole-grain ingredients, and ensuring that your plate has a balance of all the essential ingredients your body requires. When eating red meat, opt for lean meat. Also try experimenting with sustainably sourced fish, beans and legumes, dairy and chicken. Click the link below to view our nutritious meat recipes.