Fats are beneficial for us, but are better from whole food sources over oils and some sources are more wholesome than others… Sadia from Pick Up Limes explains it all in today’s handy explainer video.
Here are the links to the recipes and PDFs Sadia mentions in this video:
Olive tapenade: http://bit.ly/2g7dsEu-tapenade
Paprika soup: http://bit.ly/coconut-paprika-soup
Thai curry: http://bit.ly/2xatDrM-thaicurry
Smoothie bowl: http://bit.ly/2ggz4uv-smoothiebowl
Deconstructed sushi bowl: http://bit.ly/2y6YQIh-sushi-bowl
Hazelnut granola bars: http://bit.ly/hazelnut-granola-bars
Bean burger: http://bit.ly/beanandoatburger
Omega-3 fats: http://bit.ly/omega3-
Coconut oils: http://bit.ly/articlecoconutoil
Fats & oils article + PDF: http://bit.ly/oilsandfats
Sadia is a Canadian foodie and Dietetics Graduate currently living in The Netherlands. She now works as a YouTube content creator for her channel Pick Up Limes – an online community of over 1 million people.
She also regularly adds new plant-based recipes to her blog, along with uncomplicated and informative nutrition articles.
The Pick Up Limes food philosophy is to take things back to the basics. Sadia believes in eating as much whole-food, plant-based ingredients as is reasonable to each individual, using food as a way to nourish ourselves. She also believes that when it comes to diet, each person is unique and individual, and it’s important that we all honour where we are at.
Sadia has very kindly given her permission to us to share some of her content on a regular basis here on Happy Magazine and we are just delighted.