Healthiest meal ever includes salmon and yogurt, created by British food scientistsBy Angel Cuala on Jun 19, 2012 in Amazing, Europe, Food, Health, Lifestyle, Science, World •
The so-called healthiest meal ever reportedly includes salmon and yogurt, which was created by British food scientists last month after some 4,000 health claims that were trimmed down to 222; and was recently approved by the European Commission.
‘Healthiest meal ever’
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According to Daily Mail on Monday, June 18, 2012, the notably healthiest meal ever was created by food scientists of an independent British organization at Leatherhead Food Research led by its executive Dr. Paul Berryman.
As noted in the report, the menu, which was designed to be a perfect airline meal, starts with a fresh and smoked salmon terrine, which contains Omega 3 and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and is being considered to be good for the arteries, heart, and brain.
Apparently, Omega 3 fish oils are also noted to be good for cholesterol, and folates, found in high-fiber multigrain bread and can boost the brain, as well as being helpful for pregnant mothers for their developing babies in their wombs.
The super-healthy food is also being noted to include leaf salad with a dressing of extra virgin olive oil, which is good for maintaining normal blood cholesterol levels, as a study also showed that chicken casserole with lentils and mixed vegetables is a particularly nutritious main meal.
Meanwhile, the organization said that the healthiest dessert include a live yogurt-based blancmange topped with walnuts and a sugar-free caramel-flavored sauce scores, which is being noted to be good for digestion, the teeth and blood glucose control.
In addition, the dessert can also include guar gum, which can help in the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol; while a small handful (or a daily consumption of 30g) of walnut in the topping was also proven to be a great contribution for the improvement of the elasticity of blood vessels.
“We have also shown that healthy foods do not have to be dull. We carry out thousands of consumer taste tests a year and one thing is clear. No matter how healthy, if foods do not taste good they will not sell.” Dr. Berryman was quoted in the report.
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