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Healthy carrot cake

Carrots may not exactly ‘help you see in the dark’ but they are packed with beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A in the body and is a key nutrient for healthy eyes, skin and the immune system. This cake is made from spelt flour, which isn’t gluten free, but unless you have a true gluten allergy or coeliac disease, you may find you are able to tolerate to it occasionally – it is less likely to cause digestive issues such as bloating that is associated with wheat. If you don’t mind a slightly more dense loaf, you could experiment with a gluten free oat flour as an alternative. Oats add a healthy dose of soluble fibre to keep digestion moving, we’ve added rolled oats to this recipe, along with walnuts and flaxseeds that are rich in anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats.

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Chocolate hazelnut butter porridge

Who said you can’t have chocolate for breakfast? Pure cocoa powder derived from cacao beans is full of iron, magnesium and a whole host of antioxidants, so it is more than just good for you! Combine this with some healthy essential fats from hazelnut butter in the morning and you will be set for the day! [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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