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nourishing way to add flavour to your food.
Keeping a supply of fresh herbs in the fridge such as coriander, parsley, mint, basil and chives can transform meals. Fresh lemons and chilli (when in season) can also add a nice zing to your food. Buying raw nuts and seeds in bulk and storing them in air-tight containers is also helpful as they can add flavour and crunch to stir-fries, salads or eaten as snacks.
One of the best things you can do from a nutritional perspective is to make your own sauces and dressings, as often this is where people consume a lot of ingredients they wouldn’t necessarily add themselves. Processed sauces and dressings tend to be high in refined sugars, poor quality salt or oil. Make a couple of basic salad dressings and sauces and keep them in the fridge. Most of all, enjoy this exciting new change!
Good gut health is the basis of optimal health.