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Start the New Year on a healthy note with these delicious recipes

2021 has finally arrived and we’ve never been more excited to focus on a much-needed healthy reset. Forget New Year’s resolutions though, as a healthy lifestyle is one we should all be aiming for all the time – especially after almost a year at spent in our homes. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Royal Salt to bring you some of the easiest and most delicious ways to prep healthy meals going well into the New Year.

There are loads of misconceptions around healthy eating, most of them completely untrue! Eating healthier doesn’t have to be bland, stressful or time-consuming. In fact, you can create nutritious recipes at home that are filled with flavour and so quick and easy to prepare. The secret ingredient? The Royal Ancient Desert Kalahari Salt & Pepper Mix. Using only the purest Kalahari Desert salt and an intricate blend of black and cayenne pepper it brings exciting flavour sensations to all of your meals.

Royal Ancient Desert Salt & Pepper Mix

Salt often gets a bad rep, but it is still an essential to your diet and can bring a host of benefits when consumed in moderation. It contains essential minerals and trace elements needed to balance fluids in the blood, maintain healthy blood pressure, and it is also essential for nerve and muscle function. That’s why it is so important to choose only the purest and best quality sources, such as Royal Ancient Desert Kalahari Salt, and to avoid pre-packaged and processed meals with too many additives, preservative and hidden salt.

Now that you have the know-how, whip up some of these delectable recipes to enjoy with a sprinkling of the Royal Ancient Desert Kalahari Salt & Pepper Mix!

Avocados can be enjoyed in many different ways, making them especially delicious and versatile. Half an avo sliced or smashed on cauliflower bread is the perfect low-carb way to start your day, as avocados contain around 20 vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, lutein and monounsaturated fatty acids. They can also help protect your eyes, lower cholesterol, maintain a healthy heart and are good at stabilising blood sugar levels.
Poached, boiled, scrambled or as an omelette, eggs are definitely another versatile favourite. They are rich in proteins, vitamins, minerals, selenium, choline and essential fatty acids; they support a healthy heart; prevent osteoporosis, rickets and support brain development in children during pregnancy and breastfeeding. For any any-time-of-the-day option, we simply love this meat-free asparagus and red onion frittata.
Small or large, cooked or raw, tomatoes are a major source of the antioxidant lycopene, which is linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer. They are also a great source of vitamin C, potassium, folate, and vitamin K – which is why they are an absolute must for your daily diet. Enjoy roasted cherry tomatoes in these filling breakfast wraps.
Fish is well known for its health benefits as the ultimate brain, heart, growth and development food. It is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, DHA, high-quality protein, iodine, and various minerals and vitamins, including D. Plus, you can enjoy it poached, steamed, raw, or smoked like in this pea croquettes with poached eggs and salmon recipe.

A great source of plant protein, minerals, vitamins and fibre, beans and pulses are an affordable, nutritious and easy way to bulk up your meals at home. Our mint pesto baked eggs with black beans is an all-in-one for healthy ingredients.

You can find the Royal Ancient Desert Salt & Pepper Mix online at and in leading Checkers stores nationwide.

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