3 Nutritious Ingredients That Can’t Miss At Your Christmas Lunch

This Chrismas make the most of the food’s nutrients and give your family and friends a delicious and nourishment meal. By combining the right ingredients, it is possible to plan colourful and vitamin-rich meals, without neglecting taste and taste. See below for a list of the main ingredients for this special moment!

Nutritious food for Christmas lunch

Activated Brazil nuts

The seed is rich in fibre, selenium, protein, iron, calcium, folic acid, zinc and vitamins. It should be consumed in moderation, as it has a high (good) fat rate. The recommended for an adult is to eat two units per day. The properties of Brazil nuts help fight inflammation, promote cell renewal, decrease the risk of neurodegenerative diseases such as senile, contribute to blood pressure control and reduce the symptoms of premenstrual tension. It can be used as an appetizer, in cookies, pasta, pies, rice, among others.

Activated Walnuts

Omega 3 and 6, zinc, potassium, magnesium and vitamins C and E make up this food. Consumption should be moderate because 5 seed units have about 32 calories. But in small doses, it contributes to various bodily activities. Strengthens the body’s defences, fights anemia and depression, improves bowel function, and aids in feeling full and maintaining a good mood. Walnuts can be used in salad recipes, cakes and other desserts, sauces and as an accompaniment to white meat.

Seedless dark raisin

In its composition are found carbohydrates, vitamins A, C, E, K and D, potassium, iron, phosphorus, manganese, sulphur, silicon, calcium and boron. Key benefits include anti-inflammatory action, help treat arthritis symptoms, decrease postmenopausal bone loss, act as a sexual stimulant, combat osteoporosis and joint problems, prevent cervical cancer and improve bowel function. It can appear in desserts, salads and as an ingredient in rice.

EXTRA: Organic Watercress Salad

Contains vitamins A and B complex, iodine, phosphorus, calcium, iron, fibre and sodium. Watercress leaves contribute to the process of food digestion, increase the production of red blood cells and keep the health of teeth, bones and eyes in balance. It can appear in juices and salads, with raw or braised leaves, alone or mixed with other vegetables and also in soups and pie fillings.

To make the best of the ingredients that you will use, it is important to use activated and organic ingredients.  
Active Food intake is beneficial because the activation process removes a significant part of the toxins, which improves digestion and nutrient absorption in the body.

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