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Anti-inflammatory dressing

This dressing is packed full of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats – super important for our skin, brain health and the cardiovascular system. Omega-3 fats help to maintain skin structure, protect against sun exposure and keep skin hydrated. Oily fish is the number 1 source of omega-3 fats, but if you’re veggie, vegan or simply not a fan, you can include veggie sources like flaxseed and walnuts. You should be able to easily find these plant based oils in larger supermarkets or health food shops. Try experimenting with this simple, tasty dressing and drizzle on crisp salads or steamed veggies.

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Delicious mushroom and thyme soup

Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms are a fungus that are in a class, or kingdom, all of their own. The mighty mushroom provides us with remarkable and unique immune system support, and may even have anti-tumour, anti-allergic and anti-cancer effects. They are also a good source of fibre, selenium and B vitamins and are one of the only natural plant sources of vitamin D. Plus they taste great, which is always a bonus!

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Coconut oil omelette

Eggs are a fantastic source of protein, anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats and B vitamins and omelettes are super easy to make for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Coconut oil is a healthy saturated fat that helps our bodies to absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K and may also help with appetite control. Customise as you like following Treat guidelines, here’s a simple but tasty introduction. [recipe]

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Homemade chickpea burger

Being healthy doesn’t mean you need to give up on burgers! Chickpeas are a great form of veggie protein and the spicing makes this a real treat – serve with sweet potato wedges and dairy free slaw if you’re dealing with food intolerances or sandwich in a wholegrain bun and top with lettuce, tomato and of course… avocado 🙂 The cream-free coleslaw makes a lovely alternative to heavier mayo laden versions, the inclusion of fennel bumps up the vitamin C and mineral content and is great for digestion. [recipe]

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Black bean and quinoa chilli

This recipe is easy to prep but takes a good hour’s cooking to ensure all the amazing flavours are properly infused, so quickly bung it all in a pot when you get home from work then you can leave it to simmer away for an hour while you sit back and relax, Friday night sorted! [recipe]

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