There are a few healthy food products that I’ve been incorporating into my diet at the moment for optimum inner and outer health.. and, of course, deliciousness…
Nutriseed Superfood Powders: Maca, Matcha, Açai. HELLO MORE SMOOTHIE BOWLS!! If you are on instagram then I’m sure you’ll have hear and seen Açai bowls on your feed recently as they are one of the biggest smoothie bowls of the time! Açai, another superfood powder, is full of antioxidants and vitamins that do wonders for your skin, hair and overall health. I have been using it super often in yummy smoothie bowls along with the other powders. More posts using these powders are to come.. possibly including healthy matcha pancakes!
Alpro Coconut Almond Milk. I am a huge hater of milk. Period. I can’t even touch it or make anything with it at home as the thought of ‘cow juice’ intended for baby cows is not something I want in my body, but this is where the Alpo Almond Coconut ‘milk’ comes in! This stuff it wonderful, it’s nutty and coconut-ty all at once. It’s absolutely delicious on cereal and to-die-for in an iced coffee shake and includes lots of essential calcium and vitamins.
Minvita Baobab Powder. I’ve mentioned this wonderful superfood powder in a previous post that you can read here and am still really loving using it. When added to smoothies it creates the most unique, tangy citrus taste that really compliments any fruits and does wonders for your health; not to mention the energy boost it gives!
Whole Earth Peanut Butter. Not necessarily a ‘health food’ but it’s the healthiest type when it comes to peanut butter. This peanut butter is literally mouthwateringly delicious, I could eat the whole jar in one go.. and what’s more it has absolutely no added sugar or artificial ingredients. I love this in smoothies for a protein boost, on toast of course or even melted onto my banana oat pancakes!
SKYR Honey Protein Yoghurt. This is more of an all-time-love rather than a current love, it’s a delicious super thick and creamy fat-free, reduced sugar and high protein yoghurt that makes a great breakfast and pre or post workout snack. A 150g serving of it, which is loads, contains only 110 calories and a great 14g of protein. Being a vegetarian and working out so much, it’s essential to get a lot of protein from foods other that meat and this is one of my go-to’s.
What are your favourite health foods?! PS: prepare yourselves for the most delicious Matcha Pancakes recipe arriving soon…