We know you love a good recipe, so do we!
So we’re sharing – as the title says – a regular hormone-balancing recipe that won’t budge the scales (as long as you don’t eat whatever it is by the truckload). Oh, and did we mention they’re easy-peasy – that’s the three Meno-Me® criteria: simple, hormone loving and waistline friendly.
Kumara chips are delicious but they are starchy carbohydrates and at this life-stage it’s a good idea to limit the amount of these that you eat. With that said, a handful will keep you sated and happy.
- 1 kumara
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- Himalayan rock salt
- Nutmeg or rosemary (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
- Slice the kumara into wedges or slices, whichever you prefer.
- Brush them with oil. I like to pop the oil in a bag, add the kumara and shake it to make sure they’re nice and covered.
- Sprinkle with Himalayan rock salt and herbs.
- Bake for 40 minutes, 20 minutes each side.
Enjoy the deliciousness!
Kumara are rich in beta carotene – a form of vitamin A.
They’re also loaded with potassium and vitamins C and E.
Low in calories, high in fibre they’re packed full of antioxidants.
Plus they’re gluten-free, anti-cancer, anti-coagulant (blood clotting), and help to balance your hormones.
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