This salad is filled with nutrients that will boost your mood and decrease your anxiety.
Have you vowed to clean up your eating habits? You’ve found the right go-to dish.
Serve this high-fibre salad with chargrilled chicken, fish or lamb cutlets. The salad can be made ahead if required and dressed close to serving time.
We know that bright orange colour means it’s chock full of vision-supporting vitamin A, but a helping of pumpkin can also help you balance out the effects of too many salty holiday snacks thanks to its high levels of potassium.
Sandwich burgers with additional veggies, such as baby arugula and sliced tomato. For cheeseburgers, top burgers with thinly sliced Swiss or Cheddar cheese 1 minute before the end of grill time.
Eating this burger with a knife and fork means you’ll take more time to enjoy it. Button mushrooms promote immune function and are a good source of B2 and B3 vitamins. Plus, unlike a pan-fried meat burger, this bun-less option is low in saturated fat and high in fibre.
This is light and easy to prepare, plus you can serve it warm or cold.
These pitas are filled with Mediterranean flavours. You can find tahihi, a sesame paste, in health food and large grocery stores.
Homemade hummus only takes a few moments to whizz together and makes a perfect light lunch, served simply with pita. But for a balanced meal, turn it into this more substantial salad with the addition of crisp salad vegetables.
Try this delicoius vegetarian eggplant dip recipe from Calgary restaurant The Coup
Make your own pita crisps to scoop up still-warm, creamy baba ghanouj (eggplant dip). Sumac is a wonderfully sour Middle Eastern spice that adds a lemony tang.