Saving The Best Until Last
You may be avoiding the healthiest part of your food without realising it!
The stalks of fresh herbs are generally more nutritious than the leaves, having been shown to boost endurance.
Orange pith is saturated in antioxidants and anti-inflammatories – avoid peeling this off when eating!
The core of a pineapple is full of bromelain, a great anti-inflammatory and also manganese, which plays an important role in energy production.
We know that eating pumpkin seeds are a great source of nutrition in a balanced diet as they are rich in magnesium, phosphorus, manganese and iron. However, we often don’t think about eating them when cutting open a fresh pumpkin. Extract from your pumpkin and roast for the perfect topping on both sweet and savoury dishes.
Broccoli leaves help to give your immune system a boost as it is high in betacarotene.
Tinned Fish Bones
When fish such as salmon or sardines are tinned, the bones are softened. This makes them easy to eat and digest, which is great as they are so packed with calcium.