How to Build the Perfect Noodle Pot?

How to Build the Perfect Noodle Pot?

Here are some tips on how to build a healthy and nutritious noodle pot at home.

HOW TO DO IT?

Combine vegetables and noodles in a jar. Fill the jar ¾ full with boiling water, leave 10 minutes, add tamari and cider vinegar and stir.

WHAT TO PUT IN?

ANTI-AGEING GREENS

Mange tout boast powerful anti-inflammatory properties, are high in collagen-preserving vitamin C and bone-strengthening vitamin K. Combine with spinach to maximize the heart-healthy and brain-boosting benefits.

TRY: 6 mange tout and 1 cup baby spinach leaves.

CHOLESTEROL-CURBING VEGETABLES

Containing plenty of vitamin A and C, potassium and folate, carrots and courgettes lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and reduce stroke risk.

TRY: 1 small courgette, spiralized or cut using a peeler and ½ carrot, grated.

DIGESTION SOOTHERS

Tamari soy sauce contains no wheat and less salt than the usual version and improves digestion. Apple cider vinegar relieves indigestion and bloating.

TRY: 1tbsp tamari and 1tbsp apple cider vinegar.

buckwheat noodles

NUTRITIOUS NOODLES

Buckwheat varieties contain rutin, which helps reduce blood pressure, and high-quality, easily digestible proteins to keep you feeling full through the afternoon.

TRY: 40g buckwheat noodles.

IMMUNE-BOOSTING ONIONS

Onions contain plenty of phytochemicals, particularly flavonoid compounds, which improve immunity, and contain potassium, iron and fiber for digestion and a healthy heart.

TRY: 1 spring onion, sliced.

POUND-SHIFTING PEPPERS

Even sweet peppers contain a compound that improves our metabolism (without the burning mouth!), and many antioxidants.

TRY: ½ red pepper, chopped into wedges.

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Written by Jenny Nickelson

Jenny Nickelson has been a sports enthusiast since childhood. Because of her deep love to water, she started training swimming in early years. Today she swears on variety and does it all: from swimming, running and cycling to fitness, skiing, dancing and mountaineering.

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