Healthy Eating Week 2022
It's that time of year again! Time to start thinking about your health and what you can do to improve it for the summer! If one of your goals is to eat healthier, then Healthy Eating Week is the perfect time to start making some changes. This year, Healthy Eating Week runs from June 13-17th. Here are healthy eating week ideas and recipes to help you make the most of it!
During Healthy Eating Week, try making some healthy recipes at home. Making your own meals at home is a great way to take part in healthy eating week activities, you can save time, money and eat healthier at the same time. By cooking at home, you can control the quality of the ingredients you use and make sure your meals are low in unhealthy fats and sugars. Eating healthy meals during Healthy Eating Week will help you feel your best and set you on the path to a healthier lifestyle.
There are plenty of recipes available on the Plate Up app making it really easy to take part in this event.
Here are just a few of our healthy recipe recommendations:
North African Chickpea and Vegetable Tagine - Nutrition Facts
Cuisine:african, Healthy, Moroccan, World-cuisine
Diet:Low Energy | Healthy | Low Saturated Fat | High Protein | Low Fat | Low Cholesterol | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Saturated Fat | Free Cholesterol | Free Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars
Lots of spices combine with lots of veggies for a great-tasting dish that is especially good served over quinoa or brown, red, or black rice. Common to North African cuisine, tagine refers both to the earthenware pot in which the food is cooked as well as the food itself.
Creamy Chickpea Stew - Rachel Carr
Cuisine: Healthy, World-cuisine
Diet: Low Sodium | Healthy | Low Saturated Fat | Source Of Fibre | Low Cholesterol | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Salt
This creamy spinach and chickpea dish is wonderful served with naan and basmati rice! Garnish it with coconut yogurt for the perfect meal!
Diet: Healthy | Low Saturated Fat | Source Of Fibre | Low Cholesterol | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Cholesterol Free | High Unsaturated Fat | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars
A simple recipe for baked falafel. These budget-friendly lunchtime falafel are delicious in a salad, in a wholegrain pitta or with rice.
Vegan Black Bean Burger & Sweet Potato Fries - Rachel Carr
Cuisine: American, Healthy, Vegan
Diet:Low Saturated Fat | Low Fat | Source Of Fibre | Low Cholesterol | Source Of Protein | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars
Give this easy burger a try next time you are craving fast food. The meaty burger patty is made from simple pantry ingredients and has a hearty texture and slightly smokey flavor.
A healthy diet is important for good physical and mental health. Eating a variety of nutritious foods can help you stay fit and energized. It can also reduce your risk for chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
There are many different ways to eat healthy. Some people prefer to eat organic foods, while others focus on eating more fruits and vegetables. Some people also choose to eat less meat and processed foods.
No matter what your diet looks like, there are some basic tips that everyone should follow for a healthy lifestyle. These tips include eating regular meals, limiting processed and sugary foods, staying hydrated, and getting enough sleep.
How to eat healthy
Eating healthy doesn't have to be complicated. There are a few simple things you can do to make sure you're getting the nutrients your body needs.
First, focus on eating whole foods. These are foods that haven't been processed or refined. They're usually found in the outer aisles of the grocery store. Fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, and whole grains are all good examples of whole foods.
Second, make sure you're getting enough protein. Protein is essential for building and repairing muscles, so it's important to include it in your diet if you're active. Good sources of protein include chicken, fish, tofu, and legumes.
Third, don't forget about healthy fats. Healthy fats are an important part of a balanced diet and can actually help you lose weight. Avocados, nuts, and olive oil are all good sources of healthy fats.
Finally, drink plenty of water. Water helps to flush toxins out of your body and keeps your skin looking healthy. Aim to drink eight glasses of water a day.
If you follow these simple tips, you'll be on your way to eating healthy!