How to Build a Nourishing Salad

Building a healthy salad for lunch or dinner gives you a nutrient-dense meal that tastes delicious, boosts your energy and balances your blood sugar.


We want to maximise all your macro nutrients, i.e. protein, fats and carbohydrates in one meal to allow for increased phytonutrient content. Phytonutrients are important for cell metabolism and increased energy, they are found in plants and have a powerful antioxidant effect within the body, protecting our trillions of cells from disease.


Phytonutrients also boost the immune system are anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, and help repair cell damage. Highly colored vegetables and fruits tend to be highest in these chemicals, but tea, nuts, flax seeds, and olive oil are also great sources of phytochemicals as well.


How to prepare:


 

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