boosted their cholesterol oxidisation by 20 per cent in another study. Thanks to pinkladyapples.co.uk for the recipe and photo which featured in our October 2011 edition.
Shop-bought energy bars can be packed with preservatives, additives and E numbers. This simple recipe from The Food Hospital, a book based on the Channel 4 TV series, offers up maximum nutritional benefits with every bite.Preparation time: 55
to strengthen bones. A Yale University study also found that just the smell of spiced apples can have health benefits, helping to lower blood pressure because of its calming effects.Currants: They are a great source of sustained energy: the high potassium
with each serving of green beans. The mineral has been found to help reduce fracture rates, say researchers in the Journal of Nutrition. Olives are rich in calcium, magnesium and phosphorus - all proven to help shore up your skeleton. In one Greek study
that helps you to produce digestive enzymes needed to extract energy from your food. And a handful of seeds also does your joints a favour: their oil helps to reduce arthritic inflammation, according to a study published in Pharmacological Research. Shallots
of rinsed black beans and one cubed mango. Spread over tortillas. Top with baby leaf spinach and the curried yoghurt, and eat taco-style. CAN DO SardinesSardines provide a dose of omega-3, vitamin B12 and vitamin D. ‘Studies show vitamin D may enhance
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