Are you wanting to make some nutrient rich
recipes but you are not sure where to start? I am here to help. I’m Isabelle Simon your
personal and workplace wellness consultant and today we are going to learn how to make
nutrient rich recipes. First thing first. Keep it simple. Think colors. Think rainbow.
What are the colors of a rainbow. You’ve got purple, blue, red, green, orange, yellow.
So when you look at the foods that you are preparing, how many colors do you have in
front of you. If you have mostly beige, beige and beige like chicken, rice for instance
and a biscuit that’s pretty much the same color. Keep it fun, lots of colors, lots of
nutrients. So keep it simple, lots of colors, eat a rainbow. Something to keep in mind as
well for instance. A lot of people use croutons on salads. I don’t recommend that. Make it
fun. Add nuts instead. Also instead of having pre-made dressings for your salads, make your
own. Oil, vinegar, lemons a little bit of salt and pepper is all you need to make it
fun. So lots of colors, and alternatives like nuts are the way to go to have nutrient rich
recipes. That is as simple as that. I’m Isabelle Simon your personal and workplace wellness
consultant. And remember good health begins with good nutrition.