10 new recipes for your January reset
After a big festive season, hitting the reset button can feel like hard work. But I’m here to tell you it doesn’t have to be.
All you need is a few nutritious meals that are easy to make, and leave you feeling reenergized and ready for anything.
Wouldn’t you know it, I’ve got 10 fresh Centr recipes that fit the bill.
Let’s hit refresh and give your body and mind a boost.
1. Ginger Honey Pear Reset Smoothie
Did somebody order a hangover cure? Try my ginger, honey and pear beauty. Ginger is great for digestion and immunity, in case you went a little hard this party season.
2. Peachy Almond Berry Reset Smoothie
With energy-boosting antioxidants from berries and fiber from peaches, this smoothie will get you blitzing in more ways than one.
3. Fiber-packed Mexican Breakfast Tortilla
Fiber is one of the most underrated nutrients for overall health and energy levels. Aside from keeping you feeling fuller for longer, fiber-rich foods will help you to maintain great gut health and a happy heart.
4. Baked Crumbed Fish & Salad
Protein-rich fish is perfect for filling up without feeling heavy – and I’ll help you use up that day-old bread for a tasty crumb coating, too. Don’t forget a squeeze of lemon for extra zing.
5. Cleansing Celery & Watermelon Juice
I feel energized just looking at this glass of goodness. A super fresh and light blast of vitamins and electrolytes to fight dehydration (handy at this time of year) and put the spark back into your afternoon.
6. Chocolate Protein Pancakes with Berries
A ‘reset’ doesn’t have to mean a complete overhaul of your diet. Just focus on what your body needs. And if you're getting back to training, that includes protein. My tasty Chocolate Protein Pancakes will get your day – and your gains – started right.
7. 6-ingredient Weeknight Veggie Frittata
When the only thing in your fridge is leftovers, I’ve got you. Load up on protein goodness with my simple weeknight frittata – you can use any leftover greens you have.
8. Creamy Cauliflower & Thyme Soup
You’ve been busy. This nutritious plant-based soup is your sign to slow down and savor every mouthful.
10. Charred Cabbage & Squash Salad with Tahini Dressing
All nutrient-dense killer, with no filler. If you’ve been considering going plant-based, this is a great place to start.
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Australian foodie Dan Churchill is taking his fresh, healthy and colorful approach to food to the world as chef and co-founder of New York eatery Charley St. Dan has a Masters in Exercise Science, and was a strength and conditioning coach before switching focus to nutrition. He makes healthy eating easy, and workout challenges sweaty – always with an emphasis on fun.
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