Radicchio-Tofu-Pasta

This recipe for a yummy Radicchio-Tofu-Pasta (suitable for phase 3) – it’s delicious and a very easy recipe.

Ingredients for 1 serving:
1 portion smoked tofu
1 portion radicchio
1 portion rye pasta
1 tsp. diced shallot
1 tbsp. olive oil
1 garlic clove
some coconut milk
50 ml vegetable stock
Spices: salt, ground pepper, garlic, 1 tbsp. chopped parsley

Preparation:
Cut the tofu into small cubes and sauté. Clean and wash the radicchio and cut into finger-thick stripes. Cook rye pasta until al dente (follow package description). Finely chop garlic or press through garlic press. Fry the diced shallots in oil, add the garlic and radicchio strips and steam briefly. Deglaze with coconut milk and vegetable stock. Add the tofu, rye pasta and parsley and mix. Season with salt and pepper and garnish with a sprig of parsley. 

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Holiday Season – in Full Swing?

Today starts the second week of advent with two candles shining brightly on the Advent wreath. We’re now properly into the Christmas season and here’s an important question for those following their Metabolic Balance plan … How are you doing? Are you tempted by Holiday Parties, treats and drinks everywhere? Can you resist? Or is it hard for you to stick to your plan?

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At Metabolic Balance we recommend not be too strict during the Holiday Season. Yes, that’s right! We’re saying it’s okay to indulge a little every now and then! Just to be clear, though, we say stick to the Metabolic Balance rules and stay as close to the plan as possible – but also relax and enjoy the Holidays too. When you choose to have a sweet treat, it’s important to enjoy it in moderation of course and only once a week, if possible.

Remember, as soon as you can – go back to the Strategies of Success with Metabolic Balance – to reach your health goals and maintain your healthy life-style.

Have a happy and balanced Holiday Season! 

30 Reasons for a Healthy Nutrition  

You feel at ease in your body

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Food often has a direct influence on your emotional state. The type of diet and lifestyle leads to various hormonal reactions. Vitamin- and mineral-rich, “healthy” foods can make a significant contribution to feeling happier because they provide the body with all the basic building blocks it needs for biochemical processes and well-functioning organs. Your second brain is in the gut. And this is also where a big part of the happiness hormone serotonin is formed. Your happiness starts in your gut.

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