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Featured Recipes

NutritionU highlights healthy living recipes on a weekly basis. 

Many of these recipes have been graciously provided by Love Your Gut!

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This week's recipe is:

Hot Smoked Salmon, Wilted Spinach and Lemon Salad

Spinach is a vegetable that is tolerated by most people with a sensitive gut and it complements smoked salmon very well. The sweetened lemon cuts through the richness of the salmon.

  Health Benefits  - low FOFMAPS, source of iron and Omega-3

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Walnut, Tomato and Sage Pâté

Just two store cupboard ingredients plus a herb that grows in many gardens across the UK. 
 Health Benefits  - good source of omega 3, vegetarian, low in fodmaps

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Roasted Red Pepper, Rosemary and Sunflower Seed Pâté 

A simple, nutritious spread that can be eaten as a snack with crackers or used instead of butter in sandwiches.
 Health Benefits  - No FODMAPs, low suger, good source of fiber

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Make Your Own Low Lactose Yogurt

  It is easy to find lactose free milk in supermarkets but less easy to find plain, simple lactose free yogurt. Even if you are lactose intolerant your body will be able to tolerate a small amount of lactose. This recipe for a low lactose yogurt will be perfect for anyone who wants to know exactly what is in their yogurt. It is smooth, gentle and a little bit creamy and you can add the flavours you want to.
Health Benefits  - Low FODMAP , low lactose, healthy gut 

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Butternut Squash, Ginger and Coconut Laksa with Prawn, Chicken or Tofu

This dish is delicious and satisfying. Its flavour comes from an aromatic mix of herbs and spices including soothing ginger and coriander. It is a versatile dish and can be easily adapted for meat and fish eaters or vegetarians.
 Health Benefits  - healthy gut, good source of fibre and protein

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