Vegetarian

peanut butter [longevity live]

Peanut butter is a beautiful food item to have in your kitchen. Who doesn’t love dipping their spoon and taking out a big scoop of peanut butter straight out of the jar? I bet you feel guilty for doing, but you really shouldn’t because it’s super good for your muscles

pomelo | Longevity LIVE

This fresh protein-filled pomelo salad is not just delicious, it’s really pretty too! Tofu makes it filling, while the nuts give it some good crunch. Try it on warm summer days and use cold fruits for best taste. Serves 6 | 45 mins  Ingredients 1 pomelo 1 pink grapefruit 1

salad | Longevity LIVE

We all enjoy a good green salad. Not only does it bring much needed colour to our meals, but it also provides antioxidants, vitamins and other essential nutrients. Moreover, the inclusion of a homemade dressing ensures that you do not consume any hidden sugars and harmful preservatives. Using honey in

tapas | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to healthy snacking, nuts are always key. They’re rich in essential antioxidants and minerals which makes them a go-to healthy snack for a lot of us. Additionally, button mushrooms are not only low in calories but they also contain adequate amounts of Vitamin D- which is needed

couscous | Longevity LIVE

While healthy meals can sometimes feel like a drag, a few tricks can ensure that you are always prepared to serve the most delicious, filling and nourishing meals available anywhere! One of those would be to always have roasting veggies in your fridge – or if you can grow them

turmeric latte | Longevity LIVE

You know the saying by the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, ‘Let food be thy medicine’? We are pretty sure he was talking about this turmeric latte – or at the very least, something very similar. Turmeric is one of many potent spices treasured by Ayurvedic doctors, and for a good reason. Being

pasta | Longevity LIVE

This wholesome, creamy spaghetti is a great pasta option for vegetarians, and will speedily become part of your comfort-food list of favourites. Brimming with healthy fats, proteins and whole grain-sourced carbohydrates, you’ll want to try it out as soon as the weather calls for something warm and more-ish. Especially good

minestrone | Longevity LIVE

This versatile plant-based minestrone soup is low in fat, high in fibre and packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients. The protein-packed beans and barley and satiety-promoting fibre, combined with nutrient-rich veggies and tomato broth (high in the super anti-oxidant lycopene) means this soup will fill you up not out! Serves

quinoa | longevity live

Touted as the ultimate, multifunctional health elixir, the love for coconut continues to grow. Whether it’s been used as a skincare ingredient or oil, the health-driven desire for coconut doesn’t seem likely to fade. However, the recent growing preference for the grain that is quinoa has begun to rival that

aubergine | Longevity LIVE

This delicious aubergine and pomegranate salad is both crunchy and fresh, creamy and sweet – not to mention the perfect addition to any festive season feast! It will fill up your guests without being too heavy, and you can rely on its ability to wow every time. Serves 2 |