LIVING WELLNESS

KITCHEN ESSENTIALS

June 25, 2013
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Recently, I have been trying and discovering new types of food, such as quinoa (not new, but I´ve only recently started eating it as a substitute to brown rice) and gluten free products. So far, so good – and these organic additions from Holland & Barrett, are all super delicious, and healthy.


QUINOA RECIPE SUGGESTIONS

Breakfast – Natural yoghurt, berries, flaxseeds & chia seeds.
Lunch – Roasted butternut squash, green beens, grated carrot, spinach & lemon.
Dinner – Grilled fish, steamed vegetables & roasted beetroot.

BUCKWHEAT CRISPBREAD RECIPE SUGGESTIONS

Quark & cucumber
Almond butter & banana
Hummus & cucumber
Guacamole & cherry tomatoes

MUESLI TOPPINGS SUGGESTIONS 

Fresh figs, almonds, flaxseeds, bee pollen, dried apricot, fresh pear & banana 

Neil”s Yard Wholefoods Organic Quinoa (£3.99), Amisa Gluten Free Buckwheat Crispbread (£2.25) & Neil”s Yard Gluten Free Organic Oat Based Muesli (£2.99). 

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4 Comments

  • Reply Natalie Harris June 26, 2013 at 09:35

    Love your blog Anneli. If you are getting excited about new and healthy foods, and need inspiration for recipes, you could check out my blog Water & Wine at http://natalieharrisnutrition.wordpress.com/.

    • Reply AnneliWIBT June 28, 2013 at 17:30

      Hi Natalie,

      Thank you! I will check it out for sure – thanks for the tip!

      Anneli x

  • Reply Emma June 27, 2013 at 12:19

    Do you need to be gluten free or is this a life choice? Love your healthy diet, so hard to come up with new ideas!

    • Reply AnneliWIBT June 28, 2013 at 17:31

      Hi Emma,

      Absolutely not, I just wanted to try it out to see if it made any difference to how I feel after eating wheat! It’s of course all depending on your own body/intolerances, etc.

      I will make sure to include more food/diet posts in the future!

      Ax

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