Who said that being on ”diet” must be boring and tasteless? Who said that healthy food is expensive and difficult to cook? Nothing could be more wrong. Try to start cooking. You will safe money and safe your health! Do you understand where your lack of energy comes from? It comes from toxic food you eat. It comes from nonactive lifestyle. Bad food and sedentary lifestyle = laziness and ill state of body and mind! Make a chance for yourself and start it with simple cooking! You will notice the change. It will be a change for the better. More energy, more power, better mood, and improved health, only because of appropriate food intake.
This meal example is a great option for both active and nonactive person. It will be great fuel to your body, no matter what you work at or do all day long. If you are active, eat this up to 2 hours after your activity/training program.
What are the benefits of cabbage?
As a source of Vitamin C, A, K2, E, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Choline, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium and Zinc, Cabbage plays vital role as an powerful antioxidant.
Evidence proves cabbage good influence on humans well being. It is anti-inflammatory agent, antioxidative, prevents cancer, protects and builds skeletal system, supports the brain and nervous system, regulates the blood pressure and many more …
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To prepare this meal, get ready: (approx 4 servings)
Falafels (you will get approximately 20 pieces )
1 large onion or 2 medium (chopped)
250 g cooked chickpeas (approx 1 glass)
15o g cooked couscous (approx half glass raw)
a handful of fresh coriander
2 tbs graham masala spice
Himalayan salt approx 2 tbs (or more try for taste)
Soak the chickpeas for at least 3 hours or buy ready cooked. I recommend cooking on your own. One the side pour 1.5 glass hot water over raw couscous in the bowl, salt it a little bit, cover with lid and steam for about 10 minutes. Combine chickpeas, chopped onions, coriander, graham masala spice and Himalayan salt in the large bowl and blend till smooth. Add ready couscous and mix all together very well. Form the medium size balls and fry on coconut oil turning on each side.
Cabbage Salad :
1/2 medium red fresh cabbage
1/3 medium white red cabbage
1 tbs mayonnaise
1 tbs sour cream
Himalayan salt few pinches
Grate the cabbages and mix well together with sour cream and mayo in the bowl.
250 g fresh baby tomatoes (chopped)
a handful of fresh coriander
2 tbs olive oil
Blend the fresh coriander with 1/6 glass of water. Season well with salt. Pour over the chopped tomatoes. Mix well with olive oil and add salt if needed.
Serve all together. Place the Cabbage on the plate, add falafels and pour over the tomatoes mixture.