Prawns is a favourite seafood for most people. They contain protein and is low in fat. The soup is clear and flavour comes from scallops, prawns, mushroom sauce and seaweed. There is no added salt or flavour enhancers in this soup.
Great as a healthy breakfast beverage. Breakfast is most important meal of day. It is well documented that eating a nutritious breakfast helps with better concentration. This drink with cereals may contain as much as 25% of your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals. You may also add in flax seeds, chia seeds or chopped nuts to your cereals. Flax seeds contain the vegetarian type of omega 3. Chia seeds contain soluble fibre and antioxidants. Nuts in moderation promotes good heart health.
Salmon contains vital nutrients like omega 3 fatty acid, proteins for muscle maintenance. Vitamin D (helps with calcium absorption for strong bones). The variety of colours from the vegetables provide protection from free radical damage to healthy cells.
This is a healthy version of curry made from yoghurt and MCT powder rather than coconut milk. Yoghurt contains calcium for strong bones.
This porridge is most suitable when nursing a flu or recovery from flu. It is not too heavy to digest yet provides the energy, nutrients and antioxidants to boost body immunity.
Salmon provides omega 3 fatty acids (from salmon) which is beneficial for heart health. Coloured vegetables contain protective antioxidants. The banana leaves provide fragrance and flavour without having to resort to flavour enhancers which are high in salt. High salt intake increases blood pressure. Beetroot has natural sweetness (no sugar required) and healthy antioxidants that fight off the ravages of free radical damage.