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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

healthy eating with sensodyne

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I know that post title doesn't really sound right but just stay with me on this one! Oral hygiene giant Sensodyne specialise in care for sensitive teeth as well as protection from acid wear. I was a bit confused when I was introduced to the Sensodyne Pronamel BBC Good Food page, but obviously a lot of healthy foods contain more amounts of acid than your teeth would care for - think fruit juices, vinegar and even roasted vegetables!

Because of this, celeb Chef Sophie Mitchell has joined up with Sensodyne to show that eating better doesn't mean you won't enjoy tasting your food. You can see the list of recipes here including the one for chargrilled salmon below.

Judging my instagram posts you'd think I'd never seen a salad before.. but contrary to popular believe I'm not always stuffing my face with fast food! Food is a very social thing for me so I don't really tend to eat that much at home. Recently though I've decided to limit my white carbs and switch to wholemeal bread and rice. It's probably the easiest thing you can do as a first step to a healthier lifestyle! I also don't really eat that much meat as it is so have started buying vegetarian options so am looking forward to cooking with those! It's also worth looking at the recipes for Skinny Spaghetti and Skinny Shrimp Bowls from Rosie for a healthy but filling meal. Can't wait to make those!

Do you have any healthy recipes you'd recommend - either meals or snacks? How do you keep a balanced diet? I'm actually looking forward to summer as I tend to just want to eat fruit all the time - if it ever gets hot that is..

8 comment(s):

  1. thanks for the video! definitely going to try to be more mindful of what i'm eating!

    great post!

    alissa b

  2. has some fantastic recipe's and they're so easy to follow :)

  3. I'm a vegetarian who always aims to eat healthy. A quick snack I like is a wholemeal tortilla with creme fraiche, cucumber, spring onions, tomatos, and lettuce (plus anything else you fancy) - it can surprisingly filling, though you'll need two. Also Sweet & Sour Quorn is easy to do and doesn't take that long - tomato puree, soy sauce, sugar, white whine vinegar, & some peppers and onions through it as well. Also some people like broad beans or potatoes as a replacement for meat (which is generally high in saturated fat) as a meat substitute

    Also if you like recipe books Vegetarian Nosh for students by Joy May is my fav! Not everything is healthy though.

    Morag x

    1. Ooh thanks for those! I love beans as a sub (:

  4. It is always an aim of mine to eat more healthily. Thanks for this video!


  5. my friend's recently started a blog with loads of AMAZING healthy recipes - loads of good versions of bad food!

    take a look its really good

    1. Thanks for that! I'll have a look (:


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