Masala Lentil Curry Bowl

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A yummy meat free curry!

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Serves: 2
Prep & Cooking Time: 30-40 mins

Notes: This recipe contains*: Vitamin A, B-Vitamins, Vitamins C & K, protein, fibre,  iron, potassium and is low in salt, sugars and sat fats!  

This is such a quick and easy dinner! Just a few staples from your pantry, fridge and/or freezer to produce a tasty and impromptu Masala curry! We had some previously cooked pulses and legumes, but don’t feel that you have to stick to our ingredients list; utilising any spare vegetables and/or legumes, pulses or spices that you have lying around in your kitchen is part of what this recipe is all about!

With minimal prep, delicious flavours and a great way to help meet your 5-A-Day, this curry will start making you feel good from the inside out!    

#seasonalvegetables  #nofoodwastage  #plantbasedlove

Happy cooking everyone!

Ingredients:
~Make sure to wash your veggies first!~

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Alkaline Foods for Athletes

Alkaline food and water are especially important for those who run or train. Alkalising the body removes toxins created by physical activity and helps athletic people recover faster.

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Run Inspired.

This morning I came across an interesting article titled “Why you Should Drink Warm Water and Lemon.”  Well when I wake up in the morning I go straight for 32 ounces of cold water, so I was curious to learn why warm lemon water was a good thing.  According to the article, it boosts your immune system, aids in digestion, clears skin, helps with weight loss, and balances pH.  Balances pH? Am I back in chemistry class? Apparently lemons are an incredibly alkaline food, and now I know you are wondering why that even matters.  (I was too!)  Then I remembered last year reading The Paleo Diet for Athletes, which also discusses alkaline and acidic foods.  Today, I decided to refresh my knowledge on alkaline foods…

What is the idea behind eating alkaline foods and why is this particularly important for athletes?

Rich Roll, who is an ultratriathlete…

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