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Green smoothie to go

Making smoothies rather than juices means you retain all that lovely fibre, slowing digestion and keeping blood sugar balanced, which is really important for managing inflammation. We’ve infused this smoothie with a spoonful of flax, linseed oil to add all important anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats. If you’re always rushing breakfast in the morning, try this green smoothie to go!

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Easy avocado mayo

Avocados aren’t just amazingly tasty, they’re packed with healthy fats – omega 9 is associated with reduced ageing of the skin and forms a big part of the mediterranean diet. They are also super versatile, so steer clear of unhealthy oil and sugar laden mayonnaise and make your own from creamy avocado.

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Turkey burger & sweet potato wedges

Red meat may increase inflammation in the body and your skin but you don’t need to cut out meat altogether, white meat doesn’t behave in the same way and is a great source of protein. Here’s a simple healthy turkey burger recipe that you can jazz up as you wish. See the tips section for suggestions! Served in a toasted sourdough bun or bread, which is easier to digest. [recipe]

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Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins

Check out these spooky inspired treats! Pumpkin is loaded with vitamin A, an important nutrient for the skin and the immune system so why not bake up a batch over the weekend? You should be able to find pumpkin puree at most large supermarkets. Look out for Baking Buddy, Libby’s or Danival pumpkin puree. You can also make your own by roasting a pumpkin whole (approx. 1 hour), slice it open, scoop out the seeds and then scoop out the pumpkin into a bowl and mash! Mmmm [recipe]

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Bircher Muesli

Bircher muesli is a classic, the traditional recipe includes oatmeal, apple, seeds, water, lemon juice, cream and honey. Since then it has been made in many different ways, in our version we’ve mixed up the oatmeal with quinoa to make an anti-inflammatory bowl of goodness. However, if oats are easier to come by feel free to stick to the original version – they’re also a great source of ‘beta-glucans’ to help support a healthy immune system. We’ve also switched cream for yoghurt, if you’re dairy free try soya or coconut. [recipe]

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