Why Fruit and Vegetables Should Be Part of Our Daily Diet?
Why is it important and particularly beneficial to include fruit and vegetables in our daily diet and how can we persuade children to like vegetables?
Mediterranean Roast Vegetables With Low Fat Goat Cheese
A salad that is also a meal: Vegetable antipasti with herbs, juicy chickpeas, olive oil, pickled lemon, basil harissa, pomegranate and goat’s cheese.
Garden Vegetable Pasta
An abundance of vegetables and herbs: zucchini, leeks, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower and spinach with sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, fresh herbs and grilled Tzfat cheese
Colorful, festive, healthy stuffed peppers
A tasty and fancy main course and mainly: without meat. Peppers in a variety of colors or other vegetables we love: tomatoes, zucchinis, onions, or eggplants.
Fruit and Vegetable Snacks
Cast aside the salty and sweet snacks. They contain especially high quantities of sodium (salt), fats and sugar, alongside flavor and smell enhancers, various additives to prolong their shelf life.
Colorful vegetables, a variety of legumes and wholegrains – all rolled together up to one tasty, quick and simple meal.
As a starter, snack or just “on the road”, with quality calcium from the cheese and a variety of vitamins from the colorful vegetables.
Fresh, Healthy and Educational: Vegetable Gardens at Preschools
From garden to plate: the initiative for making healthier nutritional habits which is part of the routine at preschools. It’s possible at your preschool too!
Healthy nutrition is part of every moment of our daily lives every time we make a choice. Decide what food comes into the home, what goes into the sandwich, or the family's dinner table.
Spelt Flour Crackers
Looking for something crispy that goes well with healthy spreads or beside vegetables, as an easy dish or at the park? Here is a simple recipe for crackers that will get the job done.
What do you think about dried fruit? Are they healthy or harmful for the body? What and how much should really be eaten? Is fruit naturally sweet or is sugar, and possibly food coloring, added to it?
Real Fruit Popsicles
No added sugar or flavor extracts, with lots of real fruit: a sweet and healthy recipe for home-made popsicles.
With cake – but with less snacks and sweets with lots of saturated fat, sugar and sodium: more and more preschools and schools are already celebrating healthier birthdays
Children Eat Healthily: At Home, Preschool and School
Healthy Diet Education: In preschool and school, children not only learn writing, reading and social skills, but also establish dietary concepts and habits for life
Fresh is EfshariBari: Shopping List
Everything you need to remember to have in your shopping list – for quick preparation of healthy and scrumptious meals