Recipe: Vegetarian Kale Wraps With Clementines & Lamb’s Lettuce

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These warm, filling kale wraps are full of dietary fibre, vitamin C, calcium and protein. The perky side salad of lamb’s lettuce and citrus delivers even more vitamin C as well as a healthy dose of beta-carotene.   Ingredients For the wraps:  6 large kale leaves, washed 150 g Couscous  100 g Goat / Feta cheese, cut into 1cm cubes  1 Pomegranate, deseeded  Juice of ½ lemon  40 g fresh parsley, roughly chopped  150 ml vegetable broth  ½ teaspoon caraway
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Beautify Yourself Inside And Out With These Two Biotin-Rich Recipes

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Biotin (also known as The Beauty Compound) is part of the water soluble group of B vitamins and is important for promoting good skin health and regulating LDL (bad) cholesterol and blood sugar. Biotin is also necessary for the production of keratin – a protein which promotes strong hair and nails. Along with dietary sources, the healthy bacteria in our gut should produce enough biotin to meet our daily needs. This is another example of why good gut health is of paramount importance to
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Immune-Booster Smoothie

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Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) plays an essential role in your body’s immune function. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions and protecting against environmental oxidative stress. Other important immune-boosting nutrients include zinc and selenium. Zinc helps the immune system fight off invading bacteria and viruses, while selenium’s antioxidant properties help to lower oxidative stress in your body, thereby reducing inflammation and enhancing immunity. You can find all of these
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Energising Smoothie Bowl!

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Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin or thiamine, helps the body process carbohydrates and use them as energy. It’s an essential component of a working metabolism, and plays a key role in nerve, muscle, and heart function. Good, natural sources of Vitamin B1 include unprocessed whole grains and legumes. Smoothie bowls are an energising food, designed to give you an inspiring breakfast boost. On top of that, they’re easy to prepare and are thoroughly delicious! As Vitamin B1 is water-soluble,
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How Lyme Disease Affects Your Metabolism

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Lyme disease is a severely debilitating disorder that affects many facets of a patient’s body. It is caused by the pathogen borrelia, an insidious strain of bacteria that cements itself in the patient’s system over time, making it very hard to treat if missed in the early stages. Acute Lyme is identified as the first stage of the disease; at this stage, symptoms can mimic the flu. The acute stage lasts for a few weeks and, if caught at this
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