Which dried fruit and nuts should women be eating?

WHICH DRIED FRUIT NUTS SEEDS SHOULD WOMEN BE EATING

Ladies, it’s Women’s Month and if you are not already doing it, it’s time to start making your health a priority! According to dietitians and nutritionists, women may not be consuming enough of the following essential nutrients in their diet: Dietary fibre Magnesium Calcium Selenium Vitamin A / Beta carotene Vitamin E Iron Dried fruit,… 

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Cranberry, Macadamia and Chocolate Biscuits

Cranberry, Macadamia and Chocolate Biscuits

Pure (and healthy) bliss for the whole family! The fruity tartness of the cranberries paired with the warm nuttiness of the Macadamias and the gooey sweetness of the chocolate chips… these Cranberry, Macadamia and Chocolate Biscuits are the ultimate treat. Check out the recipe below:

Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower Curry with Date, Almond and Coriander Sambal

cauliflower curry

There’s nothing like a warm, home-made curry to keep things toasty in winter. This delicious vegetarian curry created by the talented Katelyn Williams of The Kate Tin is an absolute winner, and makes a fantastic meat-free dish. Serves 6 Ingredients The Curry 2 garlic cloves, peeled 1 thumb-size piece of ginger, peeled and grated 1 small onion, peeled… 

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DIY Montagu Biltong and Nut Trail Mix

Montagu biltong and nut trail mix

This one’s for the biltong lovers! Saturday Sport just wouldn’t be the same without a lekker biltong snack, right? This yummy, healthy trail mix is super easy to create, and you’ll find all the ingredients at your nearest Montagu store. The trail mix contains: Montagu sliced beef biltong Montagu roasted and salted almonds Montagu roasted and… 

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Interesting Facts About Chia Seeds

Interesting Facts About Chia Seeds

Did you know all these interesting facts about Chia seeds? Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) originated from Mexico and Guatemala. The word “chia” is derived from the Nahuatl word chian, meaning oily. What an appropriate name, since chia seeds are very high in polyunsaturated fatty acids and omega 3 fatty acids. The seeds can yield between 25–30% extractable oil. These… 

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