A Day of Dairy Free Meals

October 29th, 2013 by

Breakfast: Porridge made with almond milk, scattered with a handful of berries, 1 tsp of cinnamon and a handful of nuts cialis or viagra< and seeds for protein. Porridge is a slow-release breakfast option, great for keeping you feeling full. Almond milk is a fantastic alternative to cow’s milk, as it is not only a source of protein, but also rich in vitamin E – always go for unsweetened versions, for less of a sugar rush. Cinnamon helps to control your blood sugar levels.

A.M Snack: cialis and viagra< Mash ½ an avocado and mix in a handful of watercress, then spread over a couple of corn crackers. Add slices of tomato on top to finish. Watercress is a fantastic source of vitamin C and sulphur. It is a purchase cialis< great food for the liver and skin – highly detoxifying and cleansing. The creaminess of avocado serves as a fantastic substitute for cheese.

Lunch: A small baked sweet potato, topped with salmon chunks, diced cucumber and hummus. Serve alongside a rocket salad with beetroot, red onion and radishes. Salmon is a rich source of omega 3 essential fatty acids, which provide anti-inflammatory benefits as well as nourishment vcu pharmacy< for the brain, skin and heart. Hummus serves as a healthy dairy-free spread or topping.

If you’d like a quicker option, take a tub of hummus and a handful of olives (plain or stuffed with peppers, almonds or garlic cloves) and serve with some corn crackers or rye crackers, and a green leafy salad – based on spinach, watercress and rocket. Olives and green leafy vegetables contain good levels of calcium and magnesium.

P.M Snack: A handful of almonds with a slightly under-ripe banana. Under-ripe bananas contain lower levels of sugar and are a great source pre-biotic to nourish the ‘friendly’ bacteria in your gut and encourage it to proliferate and grow.

Dinner: A palm-sized piece of meat or poultry, seasoned with soy sauce, oil and herbs of choice. Make a vegetable ratatouille from chopped onion, tomatoes, courgettes, tomato puree, pepper, olive oil, paprika and oregano. Serve alongside grilled shiitake mushrooms and sweet potato chips. Shiitake mushrooms are a great source of B vitamins, and have anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. Cooked tomatoes are a source of lycopene which is important for protecting skin against the harmful rays of the sun. Tomatoes are also far more nutritious when cooked, as heat releases their nutrients for better absorption.

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