Even though fruits and vegetables are incredibly beautiful and versatile, so there are countless ways to get your daily dose, I find it a challenge to take as many servings of fresh fruits and vegetables as recommended every day. According to the World Health Organization, we should actually eat a minimum of 400 grams of fruit and vegetables per day. These 'wonder foods' provide our bodies with an abundance of nutrients, strengthen the immune system and help reduce the risk of a number of diseases. We usually know this, but how do you make it happen every day?
There are many factors that make healthy eating seem complicated. But it doesn't have to be so overwhelming. Instead of trying to overhaul the way you eat, going for smaller changes works.
The beauty of yogurt is its versatility and something for everyone and every occasion, be it breakfast, a snack or a sweet treat. This versatility is also achieved through a range of flavors. We are always looking for unique combinations and like to go beyond the expected flavors.
If you're looking for a way to make your meals livelier and healthier, look no further than your grocery store aisle. There you will find a rainbow of fruits and vegetables - from the lightest white to the brightest orange and the deepest purple. Fruits and vegetables, they keep us healthy and add variety, taste and texture to our diet. With so many colorful fruits and vegetables to choose from, and with so many ways to enjoy them, you'll find it's easy to create a "colorful" diet that is nutritious and delicious. The benefits are enormous. Yet, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), most of us don't eat enough fruits and vegetables. We should consume at least 400g every day to reap their health and nutritional benefits.
Strawberries are indispensable from Jolliette's kitchen. Because they are very healthy, full of flavor and low in calories. Next week we will serve delicious strawberry creations, with a nice collection of strawberry dishes. With this we get the best out of this delicious summer fruit.
Many people think about how food tastes and looks. Me too and I like to add an extra dimension and think about how food makes us feel. And you know what I realized, usually it's the vegetables, fruits and herbs that make us feel good and have great benefits for our health.