- Carrot juice with fresh ginger
- Red borscht made with beetroot sourdough
- Zucchini, peas and eggs casserole with herbs
- Red lentil paste with coriander
- Fresh cucumber salad with dill, garlic and yoghurt
- Cherry tomatoes with pumpkin seeds and linseed oil
- Wholemeal bread and butter
The balanced diet is a model of nutrition that best suits the natural needs of the body. Balanced nutrition, in which the menu is enriched with groups of products having a strong antioxidant potential and immunomodulating effect, and allowing the gut microbiota to be maintained, is an ideal solution to reduce the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic, where the body is exposed to severe stress, social isolation, reduced physical activity and nutrition mistakes. All the elements of the balanced diet have a huge impact on the maintenance of body homeostasis as well as the improvement of physical and mental condition, and, consequently, better health, enhanced vital powers and emotional stability. The balanced diet can also be the next stage of nutrition after the vegetable and fruit treatment and stabilization.
Balanced nutrition is based mainly on fresh and unprocessed products, rich in complete protein, healthy fats (including essential omega 3 fatty acids) and plenty of minerals and vitamins. A huge amount of antioxidants (plant polyphenols and vitamins), plant enzymes and ballast substances (fiber, pectin) ensures the ongoing and efficient cleansing of the body of waste products and toxins.