SuperWellness Recipes

Feel Good Salad

This is one of my favourite salads to prepare when I’m working from home, because it’s so nice when the beans are still warm.

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Middle Eastern Rainbow Rice & Lentils

This tasty and colourful meal can be made in minutes, especially if, as I do, you batch cook your rice and lentils and freeze portions to use later. It’s packed with nutrients that help restore your health and energy after the stresses of a long day.

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Cacao Festive Treats with Spiced Mulled Mocktails

These treats are loaded with tasty goodness and deliver an intense nutrient punch. They contain slow-burning and fibre-rich carbs, protein and healthy fats – plus a host of vitamins, minerals and phyto-nutrients to feed your gut and brain.

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Teff Pancakes with Figs

This delicious high protein vegetarian recipe is suitable for any meal. Teff flour is a beautiful ingredient, rich in nutrients – a complete protein, containing all eight essential amino acids, it should certainly be on your menu if you are meat free.

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Squash and Coconut Laksa

Our eyes can tell us a lot about our general health, and with most of us staring at a screen for hours on end, they deserve some tlc. This bright sunshine coloured recipe provides just this.

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Coconut Custard and Berries

Blackcurrants’ dark pigment is evidence of their high levels of anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants which may be cancer protective and slow down ageing. This is a delicious creamy summer dessert with tangy and sweet notes.

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Teff Bircher Muesli

Whether you’re active outdoors or busy in the office all day, starting with a good breakfast will stand you in good stead. This is one you can prep the night before, so all you have to do is sit down and enjoy it before you go to work, or take it with you.

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Griddled Aubergine with Quinoa Tabbouleh

This dish is perfect for keeping your cells efficiently fuelled and free of blood sugar highs and lows. Aubergines’ high fibre content helps slow down the absorption of glucose from food, but there’s more.

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Nori Veggie Rolls

These rolls are therapeutic in many ways, they are a perfect excuse for some mindful meditative food preparation, using beautiful ingredients, which come together into an exciting blend of flavours, textures and colours.

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Blood Orange Madeleines

This sweet treat is rich in protein, from the eggs and ground almonds, meaning that it will be more filling and satisfying than other cakes or biscuits, and less likely to lead to cravings for more sweetness.

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Fresh Asian Slaw

This crisp recipe is bursting with raw plant nutrients. It’s amazingly rich in vitamin C from the raw vegetables, in particular red cabbage. This is one of the main nutrients required by your adrenal glands.

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Ruby Curry

A prescription for a healthy heart. Beetroots help the body to produce nitric oxide, which helps keep blood vessels open and improves circulation. Pomegranate has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years.

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‘New Again’ Green Smoothie

The liver’s detoxification role is vital to our health and vitality, so giving it a bit of TLC can be a very helpful thing to do and this green smoothie can help to do just that.

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Medicinal Green Curry

After a few months of scarce vitamin D, and winter bugs circulating, this is a delicious dish to boost your immune system. Let food be your medicine!

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Aubergine and Tahini Dip

This Middle Eastern inspired dip is perfect for keeping your cells efficiently fuelled and free of blood sugar highs and lows. Their high fibre content helps slow down the absorption of glucose from food. Studies have shown that aubergines inhibit (by as much as 60%) an enzyme that converts starch to blood sugar.

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Liver-Loving Super Pasta

Pure comfort on a plate, ready in 12 minutes, and comes with ‘WOW!’ taste factor guarantee.

Once ready, lay the pasta on top of the green bed of leaves and artichokes, place Halloumi cubes and sprinkle the pine nuts over the top before serving.

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Mulligatawny Soup

It’s a great low glycaemic soup, high in proteins from the lentils, with great fructo-oligosaccharides from the leeks and onions – and jerusalem artichokes if they are in there too (they help feed the beneficial bacteria in your gut).

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Lemon, Cucumber & Mint Infused Water

Water is an essential component of life and one without which humans could not exist. Our body relies on a supply of this precious liquid to help boost our energy levels, brain activity and skin elasticity amongst other things.

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Liver Detox Smoothie

One of the liver’s many roles is to filter toxic chemicals from our blood stream and to help us break down the fats in our diet. It is essential to our health and vitality, so giving it a bit of TLC can be a very helpful thing to do.

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Beetroot and Labneh Healthy Number

I’ve created this nutritious salad, packed full of ingredients with blood pressure lowering properties. Beetroots are full of inorganic nitrate, a substance which helps to produce nitric oxide.

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Nutrition for Dental Practice Staff

SuperWellness is delighted to announce that we will be delivering SimplyHealth’s wellbeing programme across eleven Practice Manager Forums in England, Scotland and Ireland between September and December this year.

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Biggest Lunchtime Mistake Number 3: Desk Stress

After the dangers of microwaving food in plastic, and the undesirable consequences of the ‘brain fuzz special’, what else could possibly go wrong when having your lunch at the office? Let’s look at our third BIG LUNCHTIME NO-NO…

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