While many of us can’t wait for the one time of year you’re not just allowed – but actively encouraged – to set your dessert on fire, there are some people who just don’t like Christmas Pudding.So what can you offer for those people who don’t fancy Christmas pud? Here are a few ideas for special sweets you can serve as an alternative dessert.
Just a single serving of hard cheese could give you around 8 grams of protein, with all the right amino acids that can help give bones, muscles, skin and blood a boost. Milk, which cheese is made from obvs, is packed full of natural bacteria, that can help to reduce and prevent high blood pressure, cholesterol and boost our immune system.
Scientists in the US studied how a diet including high-fat cheese affects our cholesterol, and found that people who consumed it on a daily basis had increased levels of ‘good’ cholesterol, but regular levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol. For 12 weeks, researchers from the University of Copenhagen split 100 people into three groups, monitoring their eating patterns. HDL or ‘good’ cholesterol is considered to be so as it carries cholesterol away from the cells and back to the liver, to be broken down or passed out of the body as waste.
The upside to that is it means spring is right around the corner! Meanwhile, here are five soup recipes to keep you cozy until March rolls out like a lamb. Classics are classics for a reason! You can never go wrong with a chicken soup loaded with veggies and noodles.