Tips for healthy eating in spring.


Spring vegetables are varied and rich in nutrients. It’s time to stock up on artichokes, asparagus, fresh peas and radishes, grow aromatic herbs on the windowsill and enjoy healthy food on our plate.

When the first rays of the spring sun start to warm us, our good resolutions from the beginning of the year can resurface. If you have decided to review your diet, you are in luck. New crops of fruits and vegetables

Choosing the right vegetables

When it comes to vegetables, you can’t go wrong: the more you eat, the better. Each vegetable contains different nutrients , and spring offers us a selection as varied as it is tasty. The artichokes , for example, we help reduce the feeling of hunger: they force us to eat slowly, and are rich in satiating fiber. In addition, asparagus , fresh peas , and radishes of all kinds contain beneficial compounds that help protect our health.

From the morning

  • A tasty breakfast can also consist of a portion of vegetables , recalls the site Consumer Reports . An omelet with spinach leaves , a slice of wholemeal toast with avocado drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice … test as you wish.
  • At lunch, add grated carrots to your sandwich, and beets to your smoothie .
  • In the evening, fried sweet potato, the quinoa and a salad of cabbage will complete the menu. Leftovers from dinner can also be an excellent vegetable base for breakfast the next day.

One change per day

The slightest change in our habits can significantly improve our health . Replace sugary snacks with a handful of nuts or a fruit, drink water instead of soda, do not consume meat one day a week, opt for rice and wholemeal pasta, and favor oil olive instead of butter are some of the beneficial changes that can be easily incorporated into everyday life.

A garden of fresh herbs.

 are coming to market stalls, and can make it easier to eat a balanced diet while having fun.

The herbs fresh are easy to grow, even on the window sill. Not only can they improve the nutritional quality of your dishes, but also add flavor to food, and help you use less salt . Herbs like basil, oregano and parsley contain antioxidants that help protect against cell damage. Cultivate them and add them to your salads, soups, vegetable dishes, or prepare a pesto to season pasta and vegetables.

Savor the scents

Desserts and cheeseburgers are not the only ones that can make us salivate with pleasure. Healthy foods taste amazing, like perfectly ripe strawberries, freshly picked asparagus, a crisp, sweet and juicy apple or fresh corn on the cob. Taking the time to notice these flavors and savor healthy foods will help you feel more satisfied. 

Our healthy recipes to test

Some ideas to find inspiration, drawn from our healthy recipes :
– Beet Millefeuille with fresh goat cheese
– Spring salad
– Warm green asparagus, parsley cream
– Green salad, radish and poached egg
– Glazed pea and mint soup
– Spinach-Ricotta Cigars
– Cold Cream of Beetroot and Spinach Cream


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