If you’re planning on going vegan, or simply trying to add more plant-based foods to your diet, there are certain things to bear in mind to ensure you give your body all the nutrients it needs to function healthily. To help, Nutritionist for Discover Great Veg, Pixie Turner, has shared her five top tips for healthy plant-based eating.
To show you just how easy it is to Go Green, we’ve teamed up with Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen to share three delicious recipes that are sure to tempt your taste buds! The recipes below are all healthy and full of flavour, which anyone can make at home using easy to find ingredients.
With the warmer weather now here (finally!), our thoughts are turning to the delicious dishes to enjoy outside in the sunshine with our favourite leafy green veg. From light and refreshing salads to simple sandwiches perfect for picnics, we have a recipe for every occasion this season.
Leafy greens contain nutrients which can help look after skin and bones, as well as support normal immune function and heart health and Discover Great Veg Nutritionist Pixie Turner has shared her top five reasons why we should all enjoy more of the veg.
Want to avoid the queues at your favourite cafe this weekend, but don’t want to miss out on brunch? Here at Discover Leeks, we think we may have the solution. With these amazing recipes, you can cook a show stopping brunch in the comfort of your own kitchen, better yet – you don’t even need to change out of your pyjamas! So, this weekend, be the envy of your friends and achieve #BrunchGoals from the sofa with one of these great recipes!
Some nutrients can be harder to get enough of in a vegan diet such as, calcium, vitamin A, iron, choline and vitamin B12. Although eggs, dairy and meat products are all common sources of these nutrients, there are some surprising vegan sources of each.
We may be bias, but we love veg and everything it has to offer! Not only is it delicious, but it’s also full of health benefits too. To celebrate all things veg, we’ve pulled together some easy recipes that include cavolo nero, leeks, spinach and kale. So whether it's breakfast time, lunchtime or dinner, it's easy to eat more veg.
It’s the trendy green that’s on everyone’s lips! If you haven’t discovered cavolo nero yet, you’re missing out…
Did you know that by adding a handful of cavolo nero to your favourite dishes you’ll be boosting it with vitamins A, C & K, not to mention great colour and taste!
Christmas may be a time to indulge ourselves but it is also a time to make the most of all the vegetables that are in season – like cavolo nero. This deliciously versatile brassica isn’t just a perfect accompaniment for a host of festive meals, it also makes a scrumptious and unusual addition to the Christmas Pudding.