From soups and salads to curries and rice, we have it all. These 30 healthy and immunity-boosting recipes should sort you out for all 30 days of the month, beginning from breakfast and lunch and right up to dinner.
Lemongrass is known to help with regulating cholesterol and promoting healthy digestion. This tea is a healthy concoction of fresh lemongrass, chives, ginger, and sugar.
Blueberry Green Tea Smoothie
Blueberries are nutrient-rich, contain vitamin K, manganese, vitamin C and are rich in fibre. Green tea, on the other hand, is known to strengthen the immune system.
Beat the heat this summer with this smoothie. A combination of broccoli, lemon and apple chunks, the broccoli booster is filled with vitamin A and antioxidants.
Raw Mango Drink
This raw mango drink has the sweet-and-sour goodness of raw mango. The fruit is said to be good for the hair and skin because of the presence of vitamin C and vitamin A.
Quinoa is gluten-free, high in fibre and has a low glycemic index, making it great for keeping blood sugar levels under check. Add a couple of almonds, spinach and dried cranberries.
Immunity Booster Powder
This immunity-boosting powder is made with fennel seeds, which is a powerful source of antioxidants and vitamin C; and coriander seeds that are known to be good for heart health.
From antioxidant-rich chamomile tea to a coconut ginger turmeric tea with antiseptic properties, these soothing beverages will help you start your day on the right note.
Green Kiwi Smoothie
This green smoothie is made with green apple, spinach, cucumber, kiwi and bananas, all of which are nutritional powerhouses.
Healthy smoothies 3 ways
Our green tea, almond and coconut and banana cinnamon smoothies will give you just the energy boost you're looking for.
Oats and almond milkshake
A delicious and healthy option for an on-the-go milkshake–It comes with oats and almonds that are well known for being rich in fibre and minerals, magnesium and vitamin E, respectively.
Blueberry muesli cake
Here's a recipe–made with muesli and blueberries. A cake that's high in fibre, protein and antioxidants thanks to the berries present. And it's ind
Mango and avocado salad
Here's a summer salad that doesn't only pack a punch but is also rich in vitamin C and vitamin E, which are known to have antioxidants and promote good skin health.
Spinach cream soup
This creamy soup is made with iron and antioxidant-rich spinach leaves. Add in a dollop of butter and a spoonful of crushed garlic to make it even more flavourful.
Pumpkins are supposed to have high vitamin A content, a nutrient that's known to be good for eyesight. A great way to add this to your diet is through a delicious soup.
Watermelon feta salad
A salad made with cooling chunks of watermelon, mint leaves and creamy feta cheese. The ingredients come together to give you a flavourful recipe that should keep your body hydrated and your hunger pangs at bay.
Indian spiced soup
Here's a soup that comes loaded with Indian spices like turmeric, ginger and cinnamon, which are all known to have soothing, antiviral and antibacterial properties.
The turmeric hummus isn't just good for your grid, but also your health. Turmeric is widely known to have antiseptic and immunity-boosting properties.
Raw mango dal
This tangy toor dal recipe is a great option for you to try if you're bored of your regular dal. Toor dal is naturally rich in protein and minerals like iron and calcium while the raw mango adds some extra zing to the dish.
Spiced spinach and chickpea salad
Add a pinch of garam masala, garlic, and coriander to the chickpeas, apricots, and spinach, and you have a salad that combines the goodness of Indian spices with nutrient-rich ingredients like spinach, apricots, and chickpeas.
White pumpkin curry
White pumpkin is known to have anti-inflammatory properties and improve immunity. Include it in your diet via an easy and tasty sabzi-style preparation made with coconut, mustard seed, and spices.
Cucumber carrot curd rice
One can hardly debate the comfort that the classic curd rice can provide. In our version, we've added cucumber, milk, mustard seeds and carrots.
Rose and fig ladoos
Made with rose petals, figs, almond powder and raisins, these rose and fig ladoos are packed with nutrients, thanks to the dried fruits.
Radish leaf and coconut salad
The ingredients used in this salad are rich in vitamin A, C and are known to have high fibre content. And then there's chillies, croutons and cheese for that extra kick of flavour.
Made with tomatoes, green chillies, ginger, turmeric and a generous amount of lemon juice, the lemon rasam recipe is a quick one.
Beetroot and spinach salad
Beetroot helps foster gut health and is said to contain vitamin C and zinc. This salad recipe combines beetroots and spinach with a refreshing mint and a yoghurt dressing.
Chicken ramen noodle soup
A classic Asian dish that could also be good for your immunity, our hot chicken broth will help lift up your spirits on a down day. Plus, the addition of bell peppers and chopped carrots to give you your supply of vitamin C and vitamin A.
Cauliflower leaf and celery salad
It isn't often that you hear of a salad that uses the cauliflower leaf instead of the floret. Our recipe, however, combines celery, carrots and navy beans with cauli greens to give you a wholesome dish.
Spinach soup pasta
A pasta that has a creamy flavour and packed with the goodness of health. Spinach is rich in iron and antioxidants, which are known to play a significant role in promoting healthy skin and hair.
Seared tofu with tomato
Tofu is considered to be a vegan source of protein that aids in boosting one's immune system. The tomato adds a kick of flavour, making it a healthy and easy dinner recipe for a busy day.
One of the key ingredients in it, other than cabbage, is coconut oil, which is known to aid the metabolism and have antibacterial properties which could help fight off infections.
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