Fibre-rich foods are an essential part of a healthy, well-balanced diet. Fibre is a prebiotic, which means it acts as food for the good bacteria in our gut. These bacteria, known as gut microflora, are critical for every organ system in the body, affecting everything from our immune system to our moods.
Want to go gluten-free? There are surely tons of choices out there for you to put on your dinner table. Even if you don’t have a gluten sensitivity, eating gluten-free foods is beneficial for your health and is a positive habit to adapt. For those that can’t have gluten though, it’s even more important to know what you can still eat without causing a major upset. Here I’ll share gluten-free grains to put on your table.
Are you a fan of tabbouleh (tabouli) but have been avoiding gluten? Or interested in some more salad recipes to try with the warmer weather just around the corner? Then you should try this quinoa tabbouleh recipe.