Have you recently committed to a Paleo diet, or are interested in pursuing a lower-carb diet primarily focused on whole foods? This recipe collection is for you; here to make your lunch box choices a little more interesting that just steamed chicken and broccoli. From our delicious bun-free turkey burgers, to our 'fried rice' made from cauliflower and organic ham, there's nothing boring about these tasty lunch recipes.
This tasty recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's cookbook '2-Day Super Diet' is not your average fried rice. They've swapped rice for cauliflower for a lower calorie meal, suitable for the 5 2 Fasting Diet.
Cool, refreshing and flavoursome, this creamy kale and avocado soup is packed full of nutrients and healthy fats that will keep you fueled for a busy day. This recipe is from Scott Gooding's book, Clean Living.
Cool, creamy and packed full of berries, this divine ice-cream recipe by Scott Gooding from his book, Clean Living, will have you reaching for seconds. It tastes so good you'd never guess it was healthy!
Paleo eating or the 'caveman diet' as it is otherwise known takes inspiration from the diets of our ancestors. It claims to help followers achieve optimal health, minimise the risk of chronic disease and lose weight. The Paleo diet is based on grass-fed meat, fish and seafood, eggs, and non-starchy fruits and vegetables. Nuts and oils such as olive, walnut, flaxseed, coconut, avocado and macadamia are also allowed. Grains, legumes, dairy, refined sugar and oils, and processed foods are not allowed.
This tasty budget chicken dish is packed with nutrients as well as flavour. You can dress up the vegies by adding some chopped semi sun-dried tomatoes to the salad or a combination of baked pumpkin, red onion and eggplant.