January Healthy Ideas | olivemagazine


What’s coming up in January?

Monday – vibrant winter recipes

Kick off the week with our vibrant immune and mood-boosting recipes/dishes, full of antioxidant and fibre-rich ingredients. Pack your week with nutrients in our one-pot winter warmer, feel-good winter salad, get-your-greens soup and winter sunshine breakfast bowl for energy-boosting goodness.

Here’s a guide on why you should eat the rainbow, and plenty of colourful recipe inspiration.

A bowl of porridge topped with fresh fruit

Tuesday – healthy storecupboard swaps

Tuesdays are about a bit of pick and mix, the ‘olive nourish’ way. We’ve picked out four easy recipes that use storecupboard ingredients and included tips for healthy swaps and add-ons to make them extra nutritious. Think swapping crispy onions for toasted almonds and walnuts, adding a tin of anchovies to your wholewheat pasta to up the omega-3 and switching to leaner protein options in zingy noodles.

Cauliflower Couscous Salad Recipe with Zhoug

Wednesday – nourish garnishes

Our health editor has created some effortless, nutrient-rich lifts to add to your midweek repertoire. Whip up a batch of her ‘nourish garnishes’ and keep for when you want an easy boost of goodness. These include a seed and spice soup garnish, a gut-friendly sandwich filling, a vibrant porridge topping and a zingy turmeric ginger shot to add to your juices and smoothies.

Kimchie Grilled Cheese Toastie Recipe

Thursday – love your gut

Knowing that the health of our gut can impact the function of our whole body, from skin health to digestion, immunity and mood, we’re continuing the midweek with plenty of gut-friendly ideas to nourish and satisfy your digestive system. From nutritious, umami-rich traybakes to gut-supportive salads and flavour-packed ferments.

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Try our ideas for gut-healthy recipes, breakfasts for a healthy gut, and also learn about the simple steps you can take to support your gut health in the long run, as well as the benefits of fibre on your gut.

Baked Tofu with Kimchi Sauce Recipe

Friday – mindful moments

Start the weekend with a treat to yourself with our mindful moments and rituals to work into your routine. Whether that’s whisking up a bowl of frothy green matcha, cuddling up over a sunshine-hued turmeric latte or filling your kitchen with the calming aromas of masala chai. If you want to level up your Friday night without the booze, whip up our elegant kombucha spritz that uses interesting ingredients to deliver on flavour without the hangover.

Check out our mocktail recipes, plus how to cut down on booze this January.

A cup of turmeric late on a stone saucer with a gold teaspoon alongside

Saturday and Sunday – slow down and slow cook

We’re dedicating the weekend to slowing down and practicing mindfulness in the kitchen. Check out our ‘kitchen therapy’ tips, with lots of inspiration for soothing cooking, slow simmering and spending some downtime in the kitchen – think massaging crumble between your fingers, perfecting the art of homemade marmalade, creating intricate pickle creations and nurturing your own sourdough starter. On Saturdays, fill your kitchen with the aromas of freshly baked treats with a healthy twist, and come Sunday, take time to slow down and slow cook our stress-free long lunches. Look out for a chance to win a selection of nourishing products from one of our favourite food brands.

Relax in the kitchen with our slow-cooker recipes, easy baking ideas, healthy comfort food dishes and simple sweet treats.

Baked Cod Recipe With Butter Beans For Low Calorie Fish Recipe

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Tracey Raye is the health editor for olive and BBC Good Food. Tracey, MSc, is a registered nutritionist, holding a master’s degree in personalised nutrition. She is passionate about harnessing the power of all things health and well-being in a way that enhances, rather than limits, our lives. She covers our nourishing recipes and collections, oversees our health strategy and stays adrift of the latest health and lifestyle trends in order to bring you the tools and inspiration you need to find what health means for you.

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