Healthy swaps

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Sometimes, inflammation is low-grade, spread throughout the whole body and can last for a long time. This can be caused by an auto-immune disease (where the body’s immune system attacks the body itself), the intake of C-reactive protein found in processed foods which is a trigger for the immune system in the body, and when fruits and veggies are fighting a lot of oxidative stress the immune system may jump in to help. Air Fryer Chips, Gut Issues, Fried Chips, Lentil Burgers, Muesli Bars, Auto Immune, Healthy Swaps, Homemade Burgers, Food Sensitivities
Chloe Mcleod - Expert Dietitian
Sometimes, inflammation is low-grade, spread throughout the whole body and can last for a long time. This can be caused by an auto-immune disease (where the body’s immune system attacks the body itself), the intake of C-reactive protein found in processed foods which is a trigger for the immune system in the body, and when fruits and veggies are fighting a lot of oxidative stress the immune system may jump in to help.
an info sheet describing the different types of proteins and their uses in food preparation
High protein swaps
You can have your protein and eat it too! In the world of fitness, active individuals often strive for foods that can offer them plenty of protein. I'm taking some popular foods and showing you how to swap them for options that are EVEN HIGHER in protein, and dense in other nutrients too.
Have you ever wondered how many of fibre you're getting when you eat 100 g of pasta, for instance? Here is a list of some of my favourite high-fibre options, and a comparison to show you how much more they stack up next to their low-fibre counterparts. The differences are pretty crazy, right??? Also for reference, have used 100g here so the amount is consistent due to varying serve sizes of different foods and brands. High Fibre, Pearl Barley, Fresh Apples, High Fiber, Apple Juice
How much fibre do you get from these low-fibre versus high-fibre options
Have you ever wondered how many of fibre you're getting when you eat 100 g of pasta, for instance? Here is a list of some of my favourite high-fibre options, and a comparison to show you how much more they stack up next to their low-fibre counterparts. The differences are pretty crazy, right??? Also for reference, have used 100g here so the amount is consistent due to varying serve sizes of different foods and brands.
Which wholegrain option is your fave with your curry? Remember, wholegrains are great sources of fibre, B vitamins, selenium, magnesium and iron, not to mention the carbs for alllll the energy to support your day to day. Curry Sides, Sources Of Fibre, B Vitamins, Sources Of Fiber, Day To Day
6 healthier curry sides
Which wholegrain option is your fave with your curry? Remember, wholegrains are great sources of fibre, B vitamins, selenium, magnesium and iron, not to mention the carbs for alllll the energy to support your day to day.