The 🔑 to eating good food and staying on track with your myth destruction is to keep good food in the house 🏠. Here we are Hitting up some WHOLEsome 🥑 🍚 Asian inspired flavours for a Sunday Night 🦍 Feed of satay and sour flavours. There are a few areas I am mindful of when building a bowl of myth destruction 💪🦍🌱. First up - remember that variety is absolute 🔑. Think about what you’ve eaten recently, this week, this month, and ensure to mix things up from the norm. Break the routine - by eating a diverse range of 🌱’s rather than the same old same old. This diversity is absolutely essential in building a healthy and adaptable gut microbiome and promoting health and immunity. So mix up your plant choices 🥬, that’ll suit your cuisine / flavours 🇮🇳 🇲🇽 🇯🇵 🇨🇳 🇻🇳 🇺🇸. Firstly - choose the most important - the green Leary’s and collard greens. So what greens you are gonna use. Broc? 🥦 kale? 🥬 spinach? 🌱 Chinese greens and Asian varieties are also a nutrient dense go to for a 🦍. Next - at any excuse - use more herbs and spices that add the depth of flavour to your dishes whilst bringing extra health benefits. Chilli flakes 🌶, ginger, garlic, cinnamon, smoked paprika, cumin, spring onion, turmeric, rosemary, parsley, coriander, dill, lime/lemon. The list is endless and they all provide unique health promoting properties and enjoy you are enjoying your 🌱 feeds. Seaweed greens are also a great option for iodine 🥬. Then think about your energy sources that you will use with your dish - is it a whole grain? 🍚 a starch? 🥔 🍝 other options include wild and brown rice varieties, oats, quinoa, sweet potato 🍠 and pasta varieties. Then consider your protein source? Tofu, tempeh, beans, lentils or legumes or a mixture of each.
Then Consider what wholesome source of fats you wanna use. Nuts? Seeds? Nut butters? Avocado 🥑? The list is endless and they also provide building blocks and Omega 3’s to your diet which are absolutely essential helping the absorption of nutrients and satisfying a 🦍. Nuts and seeds are also an awesome building block to add to your diet to bump up for calories and nutrients from a busy training schedule.(Continue in comments)