Next, have a look at our healthy breakfasts, low-calorie meals, vegan ideas and high-protein dishes.
Healthy drinks recipes
Turmeric is thought to have a host of health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Get more of the spice into your diet by whipping up this golden latte at home.
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These ginger shots are a zingy, immune-supportive way to start the day. You can add more apple juice if you find it too fiery.
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Matcha is finely ground green tea powder. It contains compounds called polyphenols, which are known to protect the body against disease. It’s also high in chlorophyll, caffeine and L-theanine – all of which support brain health and alertness. Studies suggest that sipping matcha may have a stress-reducing effect thanks to the L-theanine; it may also support a healthy heart.
Read our guide on the best matcha to buy.
Kombucha spritz mocktail
Three ingredients are all it takes to make this grown-up, alcohol-free cocktail, which is tangy and sharp thanks to kombucha.
Make this refreshing spritz, then check out our passionfruit martini mocktail, virgin piña colada and more easy mocktail recipes.
Fill your kitchen with the aroma of masala chai. Comforting and warm, this is the perfect pick-me-up during the winter months. Adjust the spice mix quantities to suit your taste, adding more cardamom, peppercorns, ginger or cinnamon, if you like.
Pair our masala chai with a slice of chai-spiced banana bread.
Try our health editor’s four-ingredient vegan green smoothie, which is packed with vitamins and nutrients, including vitamin C.
If you prefer a sweeter start to the day, try our blueberry smoothie and more smoothie recipes.
Kefir, banana, almond and frozen berry smoothie
This fruity kefir smoothie is a great on-the-go, gut-friendly breakfast option. Kefir is a milk drink that has been fermented by lactic acid bacteria and yeasts to provide a natural source of probiotics. This is key to keeping our gut and immune systems healthy.
Try more breakfasts for a healthy gut.
Vegan hot chocolate
While it’s best for your health not to drink hot chocolate every day, it’s important to treat yourself occasionally. What better way to do it than with this warming dairy-free drink? It’s silky, sweet and topped with plant-based whipped cream, and can be made using oat or almond milk alternatives.
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