Do you like your … snacks?...

May 18, 2013 by

If you like grabbing an afternoon snack you probably wonder if snacks are healthful? Snacks can make a healthful eating plan even better. Snacks can shorten the time your body goes without fuel and keep you from overeating at meals. Plan for snacks every three to four hours, about the length of time a meal keeps you fueled. In addition to when you do it, what you snack on also makes a difference. Experts recommend that you choose snacks that provide a combination of simple and complex carbohydrates, one gives quick energy, the other slower fuel. Try a piece of fruit and a graham cracker, a bagel topped with low-fat cheese, lowfat yogurt mixed with whole grain cereal, or dip pretzels into a low-fat yogurt dip. When you work snacks into a healthful eating...

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Starters & Salads

May 15, 2013 by

There is nothing better than a fresh salad full of vitamins. But if you don’t like salads, don’t worry. Vegetables can be prepared in different ways and can be served as a tasty appetiser or a side dish. Egg & Spinach Lunch (StartersSalads) Ingredients: 2 eggs 300 gr fresh spinach, washed, big stalks removed 2 tbsp creme freche 200 gr mushrooms, washed and dried mixed italian herbs salt & pepper 2 tbsp butter How to prepare: In a large lidded pan melt 1 tbsp butter, add the spinach and cover. Stir after a minute and saute for further 2-3 minutes until the spinach is cooked. Season with salt and pepper. In a bowl mix 2 tbsp creme freche with italian herbs In a pan melt 1 tbsp butter, add the whole mushrooms, season with...

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