salmon kale quinoa spring onion spinach rocket dates radish carrots almonds lemon & lime dressing
Why it’s the nuts
Kale – totally worthy of its superfood status due to it being such a nutrient dense food. Kale is full of beta carotene, vitamin K and vitamin C but it’s also antioxidant rich with compounds like flavonoids and polyphenols. These compounds help to maintain good blood pressure and cholesterol and are generally supportive of heart health.
Spring onion – part of the allium family, which also includes garlic. Like garlic, spring onions contain sulphur compounds, which are thought to have antibacterial and immune boosting properties.
Radish – this fiery yet bitter tasting vegetable grows in a number of shapes and sizes. Like other bitter tasting vegetables, radishes support fat digestion by stimulating bile flow in the liver to the gallbladder.
Try adding some crushed almonds for a little extra crunch!
|Energy kcal||373 kcal|
|> without dressing||372.59 kcal|
|Energy kJ||1500.45 kJ|
|> of which is - saturates||2.38g|
|> of which is sugars||8.19g|