Fall is in the air, days get shorter and temperatures drop… It’s time to make some changes to stay in good shape during off season.
· Let Kiwi Fruits be a part of your daily routine
Did you know that seasonal changes could affect your mood? As autumn is also the start of flu season, it’s time to fall into healthy habits! 😉 Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is of the main keys to boost your energy and stay in good shape. How so? By eating enough fruits and vegetables. Kiwi fruits, for instance, have many benefits. Very rich in vitamins and nutrients*, they’ll keep you energized:
– Vitamin C and E
– Folat, potassium and magnesium
– Good source of fiber and calcium
Read all the kiwi fruits benefits in our article.
· Get active Enjoy the gorgeous weather that autumn brings! Why don’t you take advantage of exercising and spending time outside before winter arrives? Try to maintain a daily routine easy to follow: get off the bus or subway 1 or 2 stops early and walk the rest of the way; walk the kids to school; join a fitness class that you’ll enjoy, go on a run or hike on the weekend… You can also use an app or a pedometer to track yourself daily and walk more steps every day. Just be active!
Setting weekly goals could help you stick to your plans: plan your meals, pack a healthy lunch box, have your gym bag ready, etc. Looking for a snack? Don’t forget to pack something healthy such as kiwi fruits. Low in calories but full of vitamins and nutrients, they’ll give you the energy boost you need to finish the day strong. Check our snack ideas here.
· Find the right recipes
Lucky you, we’ve got plenty of easy, super-simple and quick recipes for you, check out our dedicated section. You can also try this recipe below:
200g smoked tofu
1 Chinese cabbage
500ml hazelnut milk
1tbs peanut butter
4tbs olive oil
3tbs sweet soy sauce
– Preheat the oven to 180°C.
– Place the butternut in cubes on the baking sheet.
– Drizzle with honey and olive oil, season with pepper.
– Bake for 40 minutes.
– Precook the rice for 15 minutes, then cook it for 10 minutes in the milk.
– Dice the tofu and marinate it in the soy sauce.
– Fry it in a frying pan.
– Cut the Chinese cabbage.
– Separate the leaves and the heart.
– Fry the leaves in the olive oil and the sweet soy sauce.
– Mix the peanut butter and the rest of the milk.
– Arrange the bowl starting with the rice and then the other ingredients.
– Cut the Oscar® kiwi into slices and arrange it nicely.
ANSES (French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety): Vitamin C (mg/100g): 92.7 ; Vitamin E (mg/100g): 1.46 ; Vitamin B9 (μg/100g or folate): 33.5 ; Potassium (mg/100g): 297 ; Magnesium (mg/100g): 14.3; Calcium (mg/100g): 27.5.
© Marine Le Berre