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Pumpkin Seed & Apricot Muesli

Almonds and other nuts may help to lower your risk of heart disease. They are high in cardio-protective nutrients such as vitamin E, folate, magnesium, copper, and arginine, Almonds are the richest nut source of vitamin E, one of the antioxidants which are believed to play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease...


Creamy Porridge With Summer Berries

Oats provide one of the richest sources of the dietary soluble fiber beta-glucan. The recommended intake for a cholesterol-lowering effect is 3 g of beta-glucan per day, which will reduce your total cholesterol by 0.2 mmols/ (6 mg/dl). This bowl of porridge would reduce your cholesterol by 0.1 mmol/l (4 mg/dl) – modest I know,...


Yogurt Pots

Yogurt is a superb skimmed-milk dairy product, providing rich creaminess without the fat of full-fat products. It is ideal for those still not quite awake at breakfast time, since it’s easily digestible By adding any of the above flavorings to natural yogurt, you can avoid the extra fat and sugar that are added to some...


Light ‘n’ Low Pancakes

Pancakes offer another way in which you can base meals and snacks around starchy carbohydrates. They provide a good balance of many essential nutrients and can be low in fat if cooked with care.


Walnut & Banana Sunrise Smoothie

Smoothies are a great way to increase your intake of soya protein. Use the recipe above with soya milk and a soya yogurt to give you 10 g of soya protein. There is 5 g in each 150 ml (1/4 pint) soya milk and each 150 g (5 oz) soya yogurt.