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Ten ways to develop healthy eating habits

Ten ways to develop healthy eating habits

Tomato and garlic chicken curry

If you’re looking for a new way to eat lean chicken breast, but you don’t like spicy food, then give this tomato and garlic chicken curry a try. It’s a rich and creamy curry with just a tiny bit of spice, which could easily be left out to make a lovely mild chicken curry.

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: Indian

Calories:475 kcal

Weight Friendly Prawn Courgette ‘Pasta’

This recipe is perfect for those trying to lose weight and is delicious. By swapping pasta for courgette, you can save yourself a heap of calories and you won't end up feeling bloated either.

Bircher muesli

This recipe is high in fibre and contains HDL “good cholesterol” boosting seeds.

Fresh salmon green curry burgers with edamame quinoa

What is it good for? – Eczema, acne and other skin conditions. High cholesterol and general heart health, gas and bloating.

The sweet green monster

What is it good for? - This is very good for bone health, cramp and muscular relaxation. It also helps with stress and anxiety.

Diabetes friendly eggs and tomatoes

Packed with protein, this is a great one pot breakfast or brunch recipe.

Diabetes friendly frittata cups

A great way to use up a variety of vegetables and packed with protein, these frittata cups are a great way to start the day.