Wilmi Hudsonberg, the spokesperson for Pharma Dynamics, advised choosing proteins wisely by opting for lean meats, such as fish and skinless chicken breast, instead of too much red meat. If you do opt for red meat, rather buy loin or tender cuts and remove any visible fat before cooking.
“Marinate or rub meat with salt-free spices and lemon, which add amazing flavour and will reduce the need for salt, which heightens your risk of hypertension. Use chilli, cumin, garlic, cinnamon, black pepper, paprika, thyme or rosemary for a lip-licking taste.”
Pick n Pay dietitian, Juliet Fearnhead, provided some tips for healthy sides and veggies.
Wrap sweet potato and butternut in foil and toss them into the coals - these vegetables are loaded with fibre and, vitamins B and C.