Healthy and Well Being – Give vegetables a leading roleHow to beat post-holiday weight gain? Simple is best: eat vegetables first. Fibre-rich vegetables promote satiety, so if you starts a meal with vegetables, followed by other foods, you’ll reduce your craving for dessert. Keep in mind that although salad greens are healthy, salad dressings are often high in calories. Vinaigrette and fresh lemon juice are recommended substitutes. Nutrition information source: Registered Dietitian at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital
Healthy and Well Being – Whole CauliflowerVeggies can be the star of the show. Shaped like a blossoming flower, cauliflower is a vegetable packed with nutrients like sulforaphane, which boosts immunity. Roasting a whole cauliflower with spices gives an extra kick to its crunchy, chewy texture.
Healthy and Well Being – Stay hydrated with water, not alcoholParty drinks like soft drinks and alcohol are often high in calories; even if some are sugar-free, they likely have added artificial sweeteners. Your best choices of drink are water, unsweetened tea and lemon water. For additional low-calorie flavours, add mint leaves or herbs, and fruit slices like orange and lemon. Nutrition information source: Registered Dietitian at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital
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