Salmon, Walnut And Avocado Salad
If the words avocado, walnut and salmon do not make your stomach rumble, it’s hard to imagine what else will. This simple salad recipe is with flavour and goodness and is perfect for the perfect summer meal.
- The salmon is cooked by grilling, and when it is cooked, add the fish to a bowl containing walnuts and spinach leaves.
- Use balsamic oil and olive oil. It is also possible to add cranberries for sweetness.
- Add an avocado chopped to the bowl . Once mixed the bowl, serve.
While this healthy lunch offers many health benefits, it’s especially beneficial in the heat of summer due to the high amount of nutrients that are beneficial to your hair which may become dry and damaged in the heat of summer.
Dietician Lisa Drayer explains that for the growth of your hair, your body requires fatty acids such as those in walnuts, salmon, and avocados. Drayer further explains Summer Meal walnuts shield your hair from sun damage because they contain biotin as well as vitamin E.
Summer Meal Watermelon Smoothie
If you are experiencing a heatwave, it is recommended to stay cool by drinking cool drinks frequently. We suggest this delicious drink recipe for watermelon.
Put a seedless watermelon along with some oranges, a bit of spinach, some ginger, and some water into the blender. Whizz the mix until it’s perfect for serving. When you are ready pour it into a glass and top with one or two ice cubes and you’ll have the perfect drink.
As per WebMD watermelon is composed of 92 percent water, making it ideal for warm days that you want to drink plenty of water. In addition to its water content, dietician Janel Funk also explains that “Watermelon also has lycopene, that protects skin cells from sun-induced damage’.
It’s not the only beneficial ingredient in this summer-time smoothie. Oranges are rich in potassium, which is crucial because in the summer, you sweat more, and consequently lose potassium.
Flaxseed And Almond Granola
Even if you’re wearing sunscreen your skin needs an extra dose of care in the heatwave. Start your day with this granola that is skin-nourishing.
- Mixing in some rolled oatmeal flax seed, almonds in flake raisins, agave honey and a tiny amount of vegetable oil.
- The oven bakes for approximately 15 minutes.
- After cooling and cooking, it is possible to pour the granola into a bowl, and serve it with almond milk, or a spoonful of yogurt.
The breakfast not only helps give you energy and get you ready for a hot, busy day, but it’s also with nutrients that aid in protecting your skin from sun damage. The almonds found in the cereal have vitamin E that is believed to shield skin. A study of eight days found that when people consumed 14 milligrams vitamin E, they were significantly less sensitive to sun. Flax seeds also aid in keeping the skin hydrated, according to research that was published in British Journal of Nutrition, which is perfect when the sun shines.
Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt And Dark Chocolate Shavings
Relaxing and eating an ice cream tub that is creamy cream isn’t a bad idea when the weather is hot but is it? If you’re looking for a healthy snack, try frozen yogurt. Instead of purchasing a pre-made cup of frozen fro-yo, you can make your own. By making this treat at home, you’ll be able ensure that it’s packed with nutrients and as as low in calories, sugar or fats as you can.
There are a lot of healthy recipes available however we are awestruck by making strawberry frozen yogurt. We make it using frozen strawberries as well as honey plain Greek yogurt and a pinch of vanilla. All you need to do is put the ingredients in blender, and then whizz it until the mixture becomes smooth and creamy. It is ready for serving immediately. You can add some dark chocolate shavings over the top to give it an extra small amount of sweetness.
This fro-yo delicious summer dessert taste fantastic but it’s also great for your health. Based on researchers at the University of Illinois Extension strawberries are rich in Vitamin C. The NHS states the importance of vitamin C as an essential vitamin as it can help defend our cells.
In the summer, yeast infections tend to be more frequent since yeast thrives in temperatures. But According to Katherine Zeratsky, the Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic nutritionist, the probiotics found in Greek yogurt are able to fight vaginal yeast infections.
As you observe, this frozen yoghurt deliciousness can be a big help in maintaining your health.