Saganaki prawn salad
There are many more types of seafood than just fish that can be good for us. Prawns in particular are a very lean source of protein, as well as a source of omega-3s, iron, iodine, zinc and B vitamins.
Herbed chicken and chickpea salad
This protein-packed salad is a refreshing and light choice for a quick meal.
Beef and vegetable stir fry with quinoa
This delicious, easy recipe will keep you full, and is packed with healthy vegetables.
Sesame crusted salmon with avocado salad
Omega-3 fatty acids play a very important role in preventing heart disease. The body converts Omega-3 into other chemicals, which have anti-inflammatory properties in the body.
Pistachio berry stacks
Almond bread is a very low fat biscuit with the heart-friendly goodness of nuts. Pistachios are lower in fat than most other nuts, and their green-coloured skin signals the presence of helpful phytochemicals. With the added goodness of berries, this dessert is perfect for an occasional treat.
Pancakes with yoghurt, honey and fruit
Research shows that insoluble fibre – particularly from cereal grains and vegetables – has the best effect on reducing the risk of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease.
The key components of your nourish plate are a healthy carbohydrate source (like quinoa, brown rice, potato or corn kernels), a protein source (tofu, chicken, salmon, tuna, roast meats) and lots of healthy whole food fat sources (avocado, nuts and seeds).
Guacamole with sesame crisps
Research is now showing us that overall diet quality is important for reducing one’s risk of heart disease. Consuming the right balance of dietary fats from unprocessed foods like avocado is the best way to look after your heart, long-term.
Feta, tomato and basil stacks
Make your snacks count. Maximise your intake of heart-healthy nutrients like antioxidants and fibre by choosing fruit and vegetables as your first option.