Plan ahead for a full week of balanced, nutritious meals, and eat well all the way from Monday to Sunday. With our delicious, healthy recipes you’re getting all the goodness, without any of the guilt!
We often hear that the secret to a long and healthy life could lie in ‘the Mediterranean diet’, but what does that actually mean? And how can we borrow some of the secrets from France, Italy, Spain and Greece for a little sunny boost when the British weather turns temperamental?
A small root (similar to ginger), turmeric is most commonly used in dried-powder form. Like many herbs and spices, turmeric has lots of micronutrients.
With a bit of planning and a few simple, smart and speedy recipes you can get your 5-a-day in one warming meal. Here are a few of our favourite recipes to help you hit the mark week-in, week-out.
A balanced smoothie is a great breakfast option, so why not kick off your mornings with these winning recipes?
South Korea has very low obesity rates – just 6%, compared to 25% in Britain. Nuts and seeds are a super-important part of a healthy, balanced diet, and Koreans eat five times as many sesame seeds than we do here in the UK.
So what is a legume? Basically, a legume is a flowering plant that has edible fruits or seeds. It’s a really broad term that refers to all sorts of beans and pulses.
He discovers that South Koreans eat twice as many vegetables as we do here in the UK, and that they always pay close attention to the balance and colour of their veg, aiming to truly ‘eat the rainbow’.
In Jamie’s current TV series, Jamie’s Super Food, he’s uncovering the foodie secrets of some of the healthiest nations on the planet. This week sees him in Switzerland, where the population lives to a remarkable 82.6 years on average, and the childhood obesity rate is an impressively low 6%.