The distinctive peppery kick that makes watercress so special is down to the compound PEITC, which has been scientifically proven to help prevent certain cancers, and to aid post-exercise recovery by preventing DNA damage.
A burger with health benefits — what’s not to love? As well as packing in at least 2 of our 5-a-day, these burgers come with a delicious dose of plant-based protein and fibre. The granola helps bind the burger together whilst adding in a source of slow-release carbohydrates and fibre.
This recipe uses fresh ingredients like tomato, coriander, corn and black beans. Stuffed into sweet potatoes and topped with an easy guacamole. Then drizzled with a citrusy vegan sour cream. Serve as a standalone main or side dish.
Creamy and wholesome overnight oats that are ready in one hour. Made with grated apple, coconut yoghurt and chia seeds, these oats are healthy, delicious and naturally vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free.
If you have never tried roasted cauliflower before, you are in for a treat! Roasting really does take this humble vegetable to another level. It goes brilliantly with the harissa topping and the orzo pasta to make an easy to prepare delicious and light vegan feast, which provides 389 calories per serving.
There’s no better way, in our mind, to get all the nutrients you need than from a big bowl of goodness. Just pile up all your favourite iron-rich foods and dive in! Beans, broccoli and seeds are the source here, but keeping it balanced with healthy fats, carbohydrates, and protein.