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Featured Recipes

NutritionU highlights healthy living recipes on a weekly basis. 

Many of these recipes have been graciously provided by Love Your Gut!

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This week's recipe is:

Roasted baby carrot salad with walnuts, puy lentils and feta

  Onions and garlic contain a type of complex carbohydrate called inulin which acts as a prebiotic. Prebiotics provide a food source for healthy gut bacteria however people on a low FODMAP diet may wish to restrict the white part of onions if they cause symptoms.

Health Benefits  -  llow in fodmaps, good source of protien and fibre

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Carrot, almond & coconut cake

  This delicious crumbly, carrot and almond cake can easily double up as a dessert served with stewed fruit and yogurt. It doesn’t contain any flour and the sugar content is less than most cakes. The grated carrots add sweetness to the cake.

Health Benefits  -  low in fodmaps, good source of protein and low in sodium. good for your gut

Desserts

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Easter Roast with Fondant Potatoes and Lemon Thyme Gravy

  Seitan makes a fantastic alternative to nut roast as the centrepiece for a lavish family Sunday dinner with all the trimmings. Our seitan roast is accompanied with creamy fondant potatoes and a delicious thyme gravy, along with a nice selection of side vegetables.

Health Benefits  -   it is high in protein, Vegetarian, Dairy free, Nut free, Egg  free

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Vegetarian Meatball and Tomato Soup with Lentil and Basil

  This is a hearty, homemade Italian-style tomato and vegetarian meatball soup, with lentils and fresh basil. It is perfect served with a a touch of cheese and a chunk of seeded bread.

Health Benefits  -  high in protien, great for lunches whilst working at home

Starters

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Gluten Free Bread

This is an easy loaf to make. It does not have any gluten therefore you do not need to knead it. Just mix and leave the dough to rise before baking. It is lovely toasted.

Health Benefits  -  Gluten free. Low sugar. Good source of fibre. Low FODMAPs

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