If healthy eating tops your resolution list for 2019, here are a few foods that you might like to eat more of;
Apples are often overlooked in preference to more exotic produce, simply because they’re so plentiful and familiar to us. However, they are extremely rich in important flavonoids; powerful antioxidants which help to neutralize the damage to our bodies caused by free radicals, which accelerate the ageing process and are implicated in diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma and stroke. Apples are also a good source of fibre and vitamin C, and as the majority of the nutrients are concentrated in the skin – be sure to leave the peel on!
· Add diced apples to salads.
· Braise a chopped apple with red cabbage.
· Core and stuff with sultanas and cinnamon, then bake.Read More