Sometimes I find that it’s more conventient to eat healthy in my everyday life and forget it all and eat whatever I want for the holiday. Though eating healthy throughout the year actually makes me want healthier food during the holidays to. Stuffing myself with unhealthy fatteing food is very uncomforatble and lately I prefer to celebrate the holidays in full but still put a balanced dinner on the table often it’s just as simple as adding extra healthy sides.
Guacamole is a favorite for many. The best thing about it is probably that it’s not only incredibly tasty it’s also incredibly health. Since avocados and olive oil both are full of monounsaturated fats guacamole qualifies as a MUFA-food. The wonderful type of food that actually help us remove belly fat.
On top of that guacamole is a great snack to help you get a flat belly this recipe also contains garlic and jalapeno. These spices are a great help in keeping you healthy in the flu season .
Tomatoes are known for their antioxidant lycopene. The cilantro herb is not only a anti-oxidant, it’s also a good source of minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium. And it is richest herbal sources for vitamin K.
Coconut, chocolate and the sweetness of a ripe banana. This is the perfect treat for everyone who wants to lose weight and eat great food.
Fruits are always great, coconut gives you fat burning fat and chocolate is full of antioxidants. This is one of the fantastic recipes that the Isabel gives you in her diet solution program. She has plenty of free fat burning tips that I find really good.
Anyway, whether you want to lose weight or not this recipe is really yummy and very healthy. Read more
This soup is a pure antioxidant bomb. Rose hips are one of the best plant sources of vitamin C and the almonds add the vitamin E you need to keep biological age young.
Wild roses can be found all over the word so the best thing you can do is get out there a pick them fresh. If you don’t feel like going outside most health food stores sell dried rose hips. The soup is sweet, creamy and very well suited as dessert or snack. However, with it’s high levels of vitamin C serves great an immune system booster when you feel that you’re coming down with something.
When I was a child my mom would serve this soup hot on cold winter days or when I was sick. As a special treat she would add a scoop of vanilla ice cream. I loved it.
Don’t through away the pumpkin seeds. They are both healthy and tasty.
Pumpkin seeds are high in magnesium, a mineral in which most Americans are deficient. They are also high in zinc, that make pumpkin seeds a natural protector against osteoporosis. Other health benefits of pumpkin seeds are their anti-inflammatory properties, that they help lower cholesterol and that they can be used as natural treatment for tapeworms and other parasites.
Most people toast them for best taste. Just follow this toasted pumpkin seed recipe and enjoy more of your pumpkins.
Banana Muffins are so moist and so tasty. I always make them when I have a bunch of bananas that have become overripe. The riper the bananas the sweeter muffins. The other day I had 4 very very ripe bananas so I omitted the sugar. Even without the sugar the muffins are so tasty.
These muffins are healthier since the bananas compensate so you need less fat and added sugar.
This must be one of the easiest recipes that was ever made. You make them from scratch in just a few minutes.