Why healthy take outs make you more likely to be healthier than your peers
Healthy take outs have long been considered a cornerstone of healthy living, but what’s the scientific evidence behind this trend?
Well, it turns out they work, and that it’s not all that hard to implement.
Read moreHealthy takeouts, often referred to as healthy-friendly take outs, are the perfect snack for the busy day.
It contains plenty of protein and fibre, along with lots of vitamins and minerals.
But unlike many of the traditional breakfast options, healthy takeouts can be made on the go too, and are available in more than 20 countries.
Here are the basics of a healthy-ish takeout, in two videos:The first, which you can watch below, is a quickie that includes all the ingredients in one bowl, including:2 teaspoons ground almonds1 tablespoon olive oil1 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper1 tablespoon nutritional yeast1 teaspoon dried basil1 tablespoon fresh parsley1 tablespoon chopped cilantroThe second, which is available on YouTube, is an hour-long video that focuses on the nuts and seeds.
The videos start with a quick overview of how the nuts are prepared, and then give you a few easy instructions on how to mix them into your takeout.
As with the first video, the nuts can be added to the bowl at any time during the cooking process, so you’ll have plenty of time to make them ahead of time.
However, the videos suggest you mix the nuts before adding them to the takeout for the best result.
The instructions on this video are similar to the ones on the first and second videos.
You can also get the nuts directly from the manufacturer’s website, with the nuts ready to be eaten at any point in the day.
For the video above, we used a few packets of nuts that we had in stock, and we added them to our takeout at the end of the meal.
In addition to nut packaging, takeout manufacturers are also increasingly experimenting with new ways to make healthy food taste good.
Takeout-maker Pillsbury launched a health-friendly food cart, the Goody Granola, in March, and this summer, the first takeout in the UK featured a vegan-friendly avocado shake.
These are just a few of the new healthier takeout options in stores.
The takeaway here is that it takes a bit of planning to find the right takeout to make you healthier.