Now, a perfect sandwich for every moodJuly 15th, 2010 - 3:22 pm ICT by ANI
London, July 15 (ANI): Now you can choose a perfect recipe for every thing - whether you are trying to get rid of a hangover or to boost your mood.
Dietician Dalhia Campbell has suggested that roasted veg with cheese and rocket on wholemeal bread works best for hangovers.
“The combination of the slow-release carbohydrates in the bread and the protein and calcium in the cheese will keep your blood-sugar levels more stable so you’ll feel less tired and irritable,” The Sun quoted Campbell as saying
“The veg can help top up your potassium and sodium, reducing cravings for salty snacks,” she added.
Sardines, excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids are proven to aid concentration.
Sesame seed bagel with Edam works best for healthy bones and teeth, she says.
“Bright, colourful fruit and veg such as beetroot are packed with antioxidants to keep your immune system fully charged,” she adds.
If you want to avoid feeling bloated, have a tuna sandwich. And lean beef with chilli sauce on seeded wholegrain will uplift your mood.
Avocado, roasted Mediterranean veg and spinach in a wrap is full whack of antioxidants - in particular vitamin E - to boost skin and health, according to Dalhia.
Tinned salmon in spring water with salad on oatmeal bread works best for a healthy heart and for sport enthusiasts, peanut butter and banana on half-and-half bread should do the trick.
“Taken an hour before, it will help fuel your exercise, or taken within 30 minutes afterwards it will help repair your muscles.”
Peanut butter is high in healthy mono- and polyunsaturated fats, as well as protein, which further helps to repair muscles. (ANI)
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