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Smooth and crunchy at the same time and packed with protein, soluble fibre and vitamin C, this makes a colourful, satisfying start to the day.  

Pick and Mix Breakfast Bowl

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Enjoy a glass of instant green goodness by blending chunks of frozen smoothie mixture (available in the freezer aisle of your local supermarket) with water or nut milk.

Super Speedy Smoothie

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Make this creamy, crunchy ‘breakfast in a jar’ the night before and store in the fridge, ready to just grab and go in the morning!

Overnight Oats In    A Jar

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Buckwheat isn’t actually a type of wheat – it comes from the seeds of a plant that is a distant relation of sorrel and rhubarb.

Cinnamon Buckwheat Porridge

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Avocados are a rich source of pantothenic acid, a B vitamin that helps the body to convert food to energy. 

Avocado

toasts

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Perfect if you prefer a sweeter start to the morning, this super shake is full of protein and rich in antioxidants, too. 

Berry

Blitz

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Romano peppers are longer, sweeter and more flavourful than the peppers different colours.

Roasted red pepper soup

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Cooked, cooled potatoes and beans are high in resistant starch, which helps to feed the friendly bacteria in your gut as well as providing a great source of fibre in the diet. 

Full of beans

salad

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Dark green leafy veg are rich in flavonoids and carotenoids and pack an antioxidant-rich punch. 

Super green soup

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Look for organic crispbreads made from raw ingredients such as organic flaxseed, brazil nuts and sunflower seeds - they make a tasty alternative to bread.

Layers of goodness crispbread