If you are vegetarian and want to innovate new recipes that are quick to prepare and nutritious, we recommend the mushroom stew and a pea omelet.
Mushrooms are fungus rich in natural vitamin B, which helps to energy production and prevents skin aging and weakening of the nails. It is also a good agent to reduce bad cholesterol (LDL).
At the same time, it provides fewer calories, 25 per 100 grams. They can help you lose weight and for their contribution in fiber, will give you a feeling of fullness as you control your appetite.
On the other hand, the peas, just like the mushrooms, will help you in a healthy diet to keep away the weight gain. If you eat them fresh, energy intake is about 74 Kcal/100g, while if you consume them dry 317Kcal/100g.
The peas, like all legumes, are an important source of fiber. They contain two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber helps lower high cholesterol and blood sugar, while insoluble fiber helps to regulate the functioning of the intestines, preventing constipation.
Now that you know the benefits of both foods, I will teach you to prepare two delicious meals that you cannot stop doing. This first recipe is recommended by the nutritionist Pamela Garland, who has a prestigious blog about safe and nutritious food.
Ingredients (for 4-6 servings)
This meal has the advantage that can be eaten hot or cold.
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