Tagged: #vegetables

01
Jul
2016
Makes 6-8 serves, approximately 6-7 grams of fibre per serve

* Vegetarian , VG

Ingredients - Cut all of the following in large chunks
  • 250 grams of tinned drained chickpeas
  • 300 grams of peeled sweet potato
  • 300 grams of unpeeled red skin potato
  • 200 grams of scrubbed unpeeled carrot
  • 200 grams peeled beetroot
  • 200 grams zucchini
Published in Recipes
01
Jun
2015
This is a great fun double coloured red and white soup on presentation and it looks great on the table
 
Makes 6 serves, 8 grams of fibre per serve
* Vegan and vegetarian friendly
 
Ingredients
  • Chopped chives and sunflower seeds (30 grams = 3 grams) to decorate
  • The soup is made on a shared stock
Published in Recipes
01
Jun
2015
This is a great fun double coloured red and white soup on presentation and it looks great on the table
 
Makes 6 serves, 3 grams of fibre per serve
*Vegan and vegetarian friendly
 
Ingredients
  • Chopped chives and sour cream or plain yoghurt to decorate
  • The soup is made on a shared stock
  • Shared ingredients
  • 2 litres of vegetable (or chicken stock)
  • 2 celery sticks, finely sliced
  • *2 teaspoons of garlic powder
Published in Recipes
16
Oct
2012
 
Researchers have found more reasons for us to eat our fruit and vege, by identifying fibre as a vehicle for delivering antioxidants to the large bowel which may then protect against bowel cancer.
 
Long known for its benefits as a 'bowel cleaner', this latest research has found that fibre also binds up to 80 per cent of polyphenols (a type of antioxidant) in fruit and vegetables so it is not digested in the stomach and intestine.
Published in Latest News
27
Sep
2011
 
New research findings reinforce the message that a diet rich in fruit and vegetables is protective against bowel cancer.
 
The research, from the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research, also suggests that the beneficial effects of fruit and vegetable consumption depend on the particular site within the bowel.
Published in Latest News
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