Kedgeree was an indispensable part of the 19th century breakfast table and I think it’s ripe for a comeback. It’s traditionally made with rice, but this version using quinoa is more protein-packed. Plus the turmeric, fish and eggs will fire up your brain for the day ahead.
Laura Bond, Serves 2
If you enjoy meat now and again – as I do – make sure it’s the highest quality. Organic grass-fed meat is rich in vitamins, minerals and fat-burning nutrients like conjugated linolenic acid (CLA). Beneficial omega-3 fatty acids are also fifty percent higher in organic meat according to a recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition.
Laura Bond, Serves 1
Packed with stress lowering magnesium (from the raw cacao) blueberries for a hit of dopamine plus maca for energy, this will keep you feeling calm, focused and alert.
Laura Bond, Serves 2-4
The strong flavours from this salad work well at a summer BBQ – plus the enzymes help you digest any meat you eat. The recipe is inspired by Australian chef Karen Martini.
From Laura Bond Serves 2
This is a flavour packed meal that I make almost every week – it’s the most tasty way to get turmeric into your diet, and get those who ‘don’t like fish’ to reconsider.
From Annie Yates Serves 4
‘Sweet potatoes are rich in beta-carotene, an amazing antioxidant which helps protect the body from free radicals. When I make a meat free version I use spinach and chickpeas in place of the lamb.’
From Laura Bond
Forget Starbucks. Take these to work for an instant pick me-up. The raw cacao and walnuts will help lower your stress levels naturally, the honey will feed the good bacteria in your gut and the banana (high in tryptophan) will boost your mood. Yum!
From Natasha Corrett, Honestly Healthy Serves 3
‘I made this recipe for a great friend Melanie C – she told me that one of her favourite things to eat was a mushroom risotto but that she would love to discover a healthier way to cook it. Without all of the butter, cheese and wine that you would find in a normal risotto, this is a far healthier option with just as powerful a punch in the flavour department!’
From Saskia Gregson-Williams
Naturally Sassy Serves 2
‘The key to a good kale salad is a thick, creamy, tantalising dressing and a massage (not for you, for the kale!). However bizarre massaging your kale may sound, it let’s the dressing ooze into the leaves and wilts the kale making it soft and easy to eat.’
From Natasha Corrett, Honestly Healthy
‘This is an utterly delicious healthy alternative to a milkshake. You could also try with different types of nut butters to give different flavours. Blend up and enjoy!’
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