Immunity-Boosting Recipes to Destroy Freshers Flu
Desperately an injection of vitamins, nutrients and all the healthy things in life? Well, I see someone's had fun at Freshers Week.
If your Freshers Week has yet to start, then these quick and healthy recipes will come in handy very soon.
This delicious smoothie is a great one to whip up for breakfast or as a snack. Packed with good for you ingredients to get your bounce back, I love this with a spoonful or two of honey to soothe a croaky throat.
Baked eggs are in a rich tomato sauce are one of the easiest and yummiest things to make. I went through a phase not so long ago, and this recipe is a brilliant base, and from here you can experiment all you want. My tip is to add a bit of chicken, red peppers and chickpeas to keep you going.
This one is a real winner because it requires minimal cooking. YASS! If you cba blending up the sauce ingredients (completely understandable), I’d just chop 'em up and stir through (obvs, leave out the chicken stock). It tastes just as good and your body will still drink up all those nutritious veggies and herbs.
So you’ve lost of sense of taste? This recipe is sure to bring it back, and also clear your nostrils so you can breathe again! It’s full of lots of powerful antioxidants, including ginger, garlic and tomatoes. Eat this up and you’ll be on the mend quick smart.
This soup could not be easier to make. I keep a small container of miso paste in the fridge for sick/lazy days, the chicken, kale and wild rice will give your immune system a much needed kick up the butt. Jamie Oliver’s gone exotic, but you m’dear can keep it real simple and use whatever you have in the fridge. The budget version can still cure colds!
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