I've made it before and I'll make it again...this lovely, zingy dish "punches above its weight in terms of satiety" according to nutritionist Amanda Ursell. Spiced chicken with cauliflower couscous and fresh tomato salsa, from the September 2017 issue of @deliciousmag - 241 calories.
Che ne dici di ina serata a tema lavanda ? Una candela calda e profumata accesa, un cuore che ne diffonde l’aroma, una tazza con una tisana calda e dei frollini aromatizzati alla lavanda ?
Io ci faccio la firma 💜
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Buona serata 💚
So happy it finally arrived my beautiful winter solstice box by @goddessprovisions filled with so much herbal goodness. I will now enjoy a cup of this gorgeous tea. I am so thankful to be able to test this beautiful box. Check @goddessprovisions for more boxes and information ✨🌿 their boxes are also all vegan 👌🏼 #herbs#herbalism#goddesprovisions
✅Leafy greens-in particular kale, dandelion, mustard greens and Swiss chard-are good sources of carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which help filter high-energy light that may cause eye damage. Lutein and zeaxanthin reduce discomfort caused by glare, decrease the risk of cataracts and increase how far you can see.
✅The slightly bitter taste of many leafy greens is a good sign: It reflects their high levels of calcium. It’s unlikely you’d be able to eat enough greens in one day to get the 1,000 mg of calcium recommended daily for women ages 31-50, but they can help you get there: A ½-cup serving of dandelion greens contains 78 mg calcium; mustard greens have 55 mg; Swiss chard has 54 mg; and kale has 49 mg
✅Mustard greens and kale help lower cholesterol. Here’s how: The liver uses cholesterol to make bile acids, which aid in fat digestion. When bile acid binds with the fibre of these greens, it gets excreted from the body-which means the liver has to use up more cholesterol to make new bile acid and, voilà, cholesterol levels are reduced. According to a U.S. study in Nutrition Research, steamed mustard greens and kale do this to a greater extent than raw.
✅Kale and mustard greens are part of the nutrient-rich Brassica family, which also includes broccoli and cabbage. A study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Associationin 2011 linked a higher intake of these vegetables with a decreased risk of cancer in the ascending section of the colon