Crispy & Tasty – Salmon in Rye Crust

Today enjoy crispiness with tasty salmon covered by a rye grit crust

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Ingredients:
1 serving salmon
1 serving vegetables (carrot, celery, spinach, 1 tsp. diced onion)
10g rye grits (or one ground crispy rye bread)
Oil; spices: garlic, salt, pepper, nutmeg, herbs: Chive, parsley

Preparation:
Wash, clean and juice the carrot and celery. Boil the semolina with the vegetable juice, add the vegetable pomace (pulp of the juiced carrot and celery), and season. Stir in chopped herbs. Wash and clean the spinach. Brown onion cubes and garlic in oil, add spinach and season. Wash, dab dry and season the salmon. Put the spinach in an ovenproof dish, place the fish on top and cook for about 7 minutes in a steam cooker or oven. Remove from oven, spread cooked grits (or the ground crispy rye bread) on top of fish and put again briefly under the grill. Enjoy your meal!

TIPS:
You can also cook the grits with vegetable broth.
Instead of grits you can also use ground rye crispbread.

Strategies of Success

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It is easy to keep your Metabolic Balance guidelines – or Strategies of Success – also during vacation times and holidays! Once you have made this experience on your own, it is simple to transfer it everywhere around the world. Just tell the waiters in restaurants exactly which food combinations and quantities you prefer. We are sure they will do their best to serve you! We wish you a happy and healthy summer with Metabolic Balance!

Breakfast for Winners …

… and other energetic, healthy and happy Individuals!

Ingredients:
15g Sunflower Seeds
20g Pumpkin Seeds
80g Mediterranean Vegetables and Spices (e.g., bell pepper, zucchini, eggplant, onions, garlic), spice to taste with sea salt, oregano, marjoram, salt, pepper, paprika etc.

Preparation:
Brown onions and garlic in ghee or coconut oil. Add sunflower and pumpkin seeds. Leave a bit of the seeds out for your first bite of protein. Add cleaned and diced vegetables, add in order of longest need of cooking (eggplant first, then bell pepper, zucchini last). Stir fry till vegetables are cooked al dente. Enjoy!

Be Mindful and Meditate

Meditation is a seen in prehistoric wall arts originated in India and Buddhism. Today, we have neurosciences research on the topic and state “… that 50-year-olds can have the brain of 25-year-olds if they sit quietly and do nothing for 15 minutes a day.” This is reported by Business Insider. Give it a try if just to improve focus and lessen stress!

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Image by John Hain from Pixabay

Success Does Not Come Only From An Impulse Alone. 

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An impulse provides the ignition for the first step into the right direction. For example into a health-oriented change of diet in line with Metabolic Balance®. Experience is then added to long-term success. You feel full of energy and radiating. Blood values improve, pounds tumble and new self-confidence sets in. And this is setting you up for success in the long run.

#TheNewYou

Tropical Wonder – Glamorous and Healthy

Tropical Wonder – the freshness boost not only for the German Film Awards 2019!
Prosecco, champagne & co. were yesterday – today the stars and starlets prefer healthy power boosters, for example smoothies – exclusively developed by Metabolic Balance together with celebrity chef Jan-Philipp Cleusters.

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Created exclusively for the German Film Awards 2019, the following smoothie composition is a real power booster. Whether served in a long drink glass or as a shot – this smoothie does not need sugar or other additives and is completely in line with the philosophy of Metabolic Balance.
The power couple ginger and turmeric stimulate the metabolism and help lose weight by aiding digestion and burning fat faster. Due to its high content of natural antioxidants, turmeric efficiently protects against wrinkles and premature skin aging.
Ingredients for 2:
1 mango, ripe, ready to eat, cut in chunks
1 chicory stick, ready to eat, cut in chunks
1 cube-sized piece of ginger, ready to eat
3 sprigs mint, ready to eat, plucked
1 tsp turmeric
150 ml water
2 ice cubes
Preparation:
Put all ingredients except the ice cubes one after one into a blender and puree to a fine smoothie. Add the ice cubes and mix until they dissolve. Distribute the Tropical Wonder smoothie into long drink glasses and serve immediately. Enjoy!

Less weight. More health.

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Getting your body in shape looks good and makes you smile. However, the even bigger benefit is more health. Many studies confirm: Less weight reduces the risks for heart attack, diabetes and more chronic diseases which are associated with metabolism. Be part of the Metabolic Balance family and benefit from long-term vitality.

Find a local coach right HERE.

Born to be an Exotic Queen

The mango does not only taste wonderfully exotic, it also contains a lot of vitamin A and C, a lot of potassium and some copper. Their strong color tells us that mangoes are rich in carotene. 

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In India mangoes are used to stop bleeding, strengthen the heart and are said to have a positive effect on the brain. Their high iron content makes them valuable for anemia. Unripe mangoes have a slightly laxative effect but ripe mangoes are easy to digest.  They smell sweet and should slightly budge under pressure. Few black spots on the peel indicate that the fruit is very ripe. Mangoes harvested too early are hard, have a shriveled skin and fibrous pulp that tastes very sour and unpleasant. 

Conservation: unripe mangoes ripen at room temperature within a week, especially when kept in a bowl with apples.
Ripe fruit can be stored in the fridge for 1 to 2 weeks.

Mango stimulates the entire metabolism and is therefore an indispensable part of a healthy diet.

 

More than an Apple a Day …

… preventing the most common disease! Dr. Greger has scoured the world’s scholarly literature on clinical nutrition, and developed this brand-new live presentation on the latest in cutting-edge research on how a healthy diet can affect some of our most common medical conditions.
Watch Dr. Greger’s very interesting movie about diseases and nutrition right HERE.

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Image by Kay Lenze from Pixabay