Table of contents:
- Brown rice and radicchio to purify
- Salmon and lettuce to combat fatigue
- Canned chickpeas and whole grains to counteract energy losses
- Rocket and Greek yogurt for a "speedy" meal
Quick to prepare, they allow you to keep fit and healthy, ideal for those with limited minutes: four alternatives for a quick and light lunch
If you don't have a lot of time, the lunch risks turning into a quick meal based on ready meals or without taste.
Still, to prepare good and healthy menus it is not necessary to spend hours in the kitchen, but to try small ones tricks that save time.
One strategy to adopt, for example, is to use a single dish based on all nutrients the body needs: proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins.
Another trick to adopt is for example, speed up the cooking of vegetables and vegetables by cutting them into small pieces and steam them or sauté them in a pan. And finally, bet on dishes that can be prepared the night before or requiring a few minutes of preparation.
Here, then, 4 quick and easy menus to be inspired by.
Brown rice and radicchio to purify
To save time, that's enough cook the rice and vegetables the night before and store them in the refrigerator. Before eating it, just sauté it in a pan for 2-3 minutes and season it as you like.
The fiber which vegetables and brown rice are rich in have the great advantage of prolong the sense of satiety in the afternoon and to avoid the appearance of the classic hole in the stomach.
Also, this mix has a good detox action: vegetables, in particular, stimulate the work of the liver and help dispose of toxins.
Salmon and lettuce to combat fatigue
The ideal is to cook it in a short time cut it into small pieces, cook it in a large and low pan and combine it at the table with a nice lettuce-based salad, rich in fiber, water and mineral salts, including potassium and magnesium, essential for counteract fatigue and tiredness and face the commitments of the rest of the day with an edge.
Canned chickpeas and whole grains to counteract energy losses
Canned legumes they are ideal for those with limited time.
After eliminating the preservation liquid rich in salt and washing them thoroughly under water they can be used to prepare soups or cereal-based first courses, prepared the night before and stored in the fridge.
Rocket and Greek yogurt for a "speedy" meal
Arugula is rich in fiber which reduce the absorption of sugars in the blood e prolong satiety.
Then, it is an excellent ally of the intestine: it provides inulin, a prebiotic fiber that balances the intestinal bacterial hole.
To increase its beneficial effects combine it with a Greek yogurt, rich in "good" bacteria, essential for staying healthy.
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