Most of the Pad Thai’s I find too sweet for me. This one is rich all the nutrients with a tangy sesame dressing. Mushrooms add vit D, and great variety of vegetable add antioxidants. Roasted almonds lower ‘bad’ cholesterol and are a great source of vitamin E;
This curry paste is made with delicious fresh spices in an easy way. Pineapple is a great way to add a digestive enzyme to help with your gut health and also balance the sharpness of the curry (you can choose the amount of chili). Coconut cream and a little bit of tomato paste gives is nice velvet smoothness and beautiful rich color. These elements all help to improve low moods, to find out more about this and other nutritional tips to improve your mood watch this video - melp://#!section=53244034&item=74383237
Serves - 4
Ashwaghanda is a powerful Ayurvedic herb which has been known for helping with stress; it is an adaptogenic herb which has brain-boosting benefits, it boosts intellect and memory.
Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant. Turmeric is fat soluble vitamin that is why we are adding some oil to the milk.
Buddha bowl is a great choice for lunch to pack all those vital vitamins and minerals. You can prepare in advance and then assembly it when needed. Make it colorful and yummy with tangy dressing. In this recipe I am using millet. It is protein rich and far more superior to wheat. You can also use couscous (has gluten) or buckwheat or brown rice. The bowl contains various veggies rich in antioxidants and also some healthy fats. Kimchi is a Korean spicy sauerkraut and very good for your gut. Below is the recipe but you can buy it in the shops as well.