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The Spinach Wrap

Forget about food supplements or multivitamin tablets, eat your greens! They’re packed  with antioxidants, minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese), dietary fibre, and nutrients such as Vitamins A, C, E and K (especially found leafy greens such as kale, spinach or lettuce).

The Spinach wrap is a cool and easy alternative to a regular wrap or even bread. You can see from the picture that I made it a little thick (it’s more of a pancake really), but you can make them thinner and smaller if you want to.


With this recipe, you’ll make 2 thick wraps and about 4 thinner ones. And for the record, it’s also full of protein thanks to the egg white (11 gr / egg white)!

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The egg white muffins

Did you know that more than half the protein found in eggs are in the egg white? They’re also high in vitamins (Vitamin B6,  Vitamin B12, Vitamin D) and minerals (iron, zinc, and copper), and they contain no saturated fat or cholesterol. They’re quite a good option for people watching their cholesterol levels or suffering from diabetes or heart disease; and obviously also for athletes who favour a high-protein diet.

(You can read more on the health benefits here)

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