A year after the Fukushima disaster, the world is still struggling to figure out how to cope with a new batch of food.
Here are the best things for the New Years Eve party.
Peanut butter This is one of those things that you never have to think about.
You could go out and buy all the peanut butter in the world but it never goes wrong.
That’s because there’s a special brand of peanut butter that has been genetically modified to have a much higher concentration of omega-3 fatty acids.
This is because the omega-6s in the food chain can’t be absorbed into the bloodstream, so the peanut oil is absorbed in your bloodstream and the extra fatty acids are converted into a more bioavailable form.
The result is that the peanut fat is absorbed much more efficiently than the equivalent standard American peanut butter.
It is also a much cheaper alternative to a standard jar of instant pudding, because it’s available in almost all supermarkets.
Almonds and hazelnuts Almonds are one of the best nuts for the Kiwis and a good source of fibre.
It’s also a good protein and a source of magnesium and vitamin D. Almond milk is also good, but for a more nutritious breakfast, try a jar of whole-milk-based Almond Joy.
Coconut oil Coconut oil is a healthy oil that is rich in fatty acids, vitamin C and vitamin E, so it’s also good for you.
It contains both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and is good for your heart and brain.
Sunflower seeds These seeds are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids which is good if you’re looking for a protein boost.
They’re also good sources of vitamin E. 5.
Spinach You’ll never get enough spinach in your diet.
It has a low sugar content and it’s a good option if you want a healthy, non-processed option.
It also contains antioxidants that can help prevent cancer.
Chia seeds Chia is a great protein source that contains lots of fibre, magnesium and magnesium-rich beta-carotene, and it also contains some omega-4 fatty acids that are particularly useful for the brain.
Walnuts A good source for fibre and fibre-rich omega-5 fats, walnuts also contain a lot of magnesium, which is very good for the body.
Pea sprouts You can get great amounts of fibre from peas and if you have a stomach issue, try sauteing them in olive oil.
Spinaches and other legumes You can also get great quantities of fibre and vitamins from legumes, including beans, lentils, chickpeas, peas and lentils.
Cashews You can eat a lot more fibre from cashews and other nut and seed-based foods.
The fibre in the nuts also contains polyphenols that are antioxidants.
Flax seeds If you’re really feeling adventurous, try eating a bag of flax seed bread or making a gluten-free muffin.
Spinen seeds Spinen are the perfect food to have on the New New Years Day because they contain vitamin C, potassium and magnesium.
They also contain high amounts of iron and zinc, which are essential for good blood health.
Barley These seeds have a lot in common with barley.
They are a good all-round protein, rich in fibre and high in vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin E and fibre.
Lentils This is a good plant to eat if you are on a low carb diet.
Lentil seeds are high in protein, calcium and iron and are a rich source of protein, fibre and magnesium as well.
Green beans You can add a lot to the New years dinner by adding a lot less to the traditional Green Bean Salad.
Green Beans have a high fibre content, which means that they are a very good source if you like a more plant-based meal.
Avocados These are another great source, particularly if you’ve been eating avocados, but you can also add more fibre to your diet by cooking them in coconut oil or butter.
Spinels and other minerals These minerals are also great for your body, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, zinc and iron.
Chives and other citrus fruits These are all good sources for vitamins A and C. 19.
Pumpkin seeds These are great for the whole-grain diet.
Peas Peas are a well-rounded food and they contain plenty of fibre which is particularly good for women.
You can even add some to the whole wheat and rye bread recipe to make a healthier alternative to white bread.
Dates, figs, grapes, pomegranates and peaches These are good choices for your New Years dinner because they are full of vitamins A, C, D, E, K and M