Chickpeas Are Good For You!

Chickpea Benefits: Contain Iron, Protein and Zinc  Help to improve body function Reduce risk of anaemia and weakness Improve concentration Boosts immune system health Enhances hair health and growth Help to regulate blood sugar levels For a healthy kick, throw into salads, curries or soups – or why not try making your own hummus!?

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Chia Seed Craze!

This nutrient rich Aztec Super Food has been shown to: Enhance skin health  Improve concentration / brain power Improve eye sight Strengthen teeth and bones Reduce risk of heart related disorders Maintain weight  Improve digestion  Did you know that 1 ounce of chia seeds is the equivalent to: – 3 carrots – 1/2 cup spinach

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Super Sprouts!

Love or Hate this festive veggie but with so many benefits here is why it should be part of your diet all year round!  Brussel Sprouts contain: High levels of Vitamin K, helping to enhance bone health by preventing the calcification of tissues  Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory agents which have been shown to aid brain and

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Positive about Pears! 

Did you know that these little fruits are packed with nutritional benefits?! They have been shown to:  Enhance Bone Health Containing magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, calcium and copper, these minerals help to reduce bone mineral loss, fending off conditions such as Osteoporosis and general weakness.  Boost Antioxidants  Antioxidants help to eliminate free radicals in the body,

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Krazy about Kale!

Try bulking up your meals with Kale; it’s great raw, just tossed into salads and when it’s cooked it can be used as a super side dish to any meal! This leafy green is know for it’s following health and nutrient properties: Rich in antioxidants and Vitamins A, C & K! Calcium and Potassium Folic

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Are you getting enough Fibre?

Fibre aids digestive health, can help to lower cholesterol, maintain a healthy weight and is also rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The British Nutrition Foundation recommend a 30g intake of fibre per day. Foods rich in fibre: Guava Figs Raspberries Prunes Kidney beans Dates Black beans / French beans Avocado Bulgar wheat Lentils Almonds

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