Try the snacks provided in this guide. There are quick snack ideas, as well as 10 Approved Clean Eating Snacks. Have some low-glycemic (sugar) fruits, like berries, green apples, and grapefruit. Add root vegetables, figs or dates to your diet, which will provide you with natural sweet energy. Sprinkle cinnamon on fruit, in your smoothie or in your coffee substitute. It tastes delicious and is known to satisfy a sweet tooth craving. #cleaneatingsnacks
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Figs are useful in various respiratory disorders including whooping cough & asthma. For maximum benefit, soak 3 dried figs in water overnight in a covered glass container. The figs will soften & break down. In the morning, drink the water & eat the soaked figs on an empty stomach. The nutrients will quickly enter the bloodstream to help support the respiratory system, increase immunity & prevent asthma attacks.
Craving the Chocolate Fig Pudding from Channel 4’s Eating Well With Hemsley + Hemsley? Look no further we’ve got the recipe right here. This flourless chocolate pudding from The Art of Eating Well is gooey, dense and tastes utterly decadent but is one of Hemsley and Hemsley’s healthy treats. You can also make this pudding into individual molten chocolate pots, perfect for those days when you don’t feel like sharing your dessert.
11 Healthy Smoothie Bowls That Basically Turn Breakfast Into Dessert
Khaleesi can keep her dragons — we prefer the fruit variety. As one of the prettiest fruits, it makes sense that dragon fruit would make one of the prettiest smoothie bowls. Paired with shredded coconut, sliced figs, goji berries, jackfruit and cacao nibs, you can't go wrong. Get the recipe at Nutrition Stripped.