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Nosh Detox, is the UK’s first ever home detoxification and weight-loss delivery service of non-pasteurised Juice Diets, Detox and Nutritional Plans, freshly made and nutritionally supported.

As today is World Health Day, Nosh Detox has a special focus on beating Diabetes, and have provided a selection of low-sugar recipes.

You can also check out this link to an article by Nosh Detox on 10 ways to cut sugar:





Breakfast Bircher Low GI (No added sugar)

Serves 2

Overnight recipe, prep time 10 min

Nutrition : 500 calories. High in fibre, Vitamin A, B1 and C. A good source of calcium and iron


2 grated apples

½ cup rolled oats or unsweetened muesli

1 palm full flaked almonds

1 palm full sunflower  seeds

1 palm full dried  cranberries

6 tablespoons Organic plain yogurt

Cinnamon large sprinkle


Measure out all the ingredients and mix together in a large glass jar and place in the fridge overnight. The muesli/oats will soak up all the liquid from the yogurt and grated apples and fluff out overnight, ready to enjoy in the morning

Tip: Add different dried fruit or berries to change the flavour from day to day


Snack Trail Mix – Mid morning or evening snack

Naughty Nice Trail Mix

Serves 4

Prep time 10 min

Nutrition: 90 calories per palm size serving. An excellent source of protein and essential fatty acids- good fats


    1 cup raw almonds

    1 cup cashews, salted or unsalted

    1 cup pumpkin seeds

    1 cup dried banana chips

    1 cup

    1/2 cup dark chocolate chips



Place all the ingredients in a large bowl and stir together until everything is fairly evenly distributed. Store in an airtight container. This mix will stay fresh for several weeks.

Tip: Measure out a palm size of trail mix at a time and store in small ready to go containers


Vegetarian Curried Brown Rice

Serves 2

Prep time 15 min

Nutrition: 400 calories. Fibre Rich as well as Vitamin A, B and mineral calcium and iron rich


    1 tbsp olive oil

    2 tsps ginger

    2 clove (minced, or 1/2 teaspoon dried ground)

    2 carrots

    1 head florets (chopped into small, you can also use some of the peeled stem if you chop into small pieces so that it cooks quickly)



    1 tbsp water

    1 cup brown rice

    1 tsp curry powder

    1 cup fresh spinach (chopped, optional)


Make sure you have all of your items chopped and ready to go as this recipe is going to go fast. In a wok or frying pan, add you oil and heat to medium high heat. Add your fresh ginger and garlic (please note if you are using dried ground ginger and garlic add these only after you have added your vegetables to the wok) and stirfry just until aromatic then quickly add your carrots and broccoli. Keep stirring and keep the items in your wok moving. Add salt and pepper to taste and add 1 tablespoon of water and put on lid for about 1 minute, just to do a flash steam of your veggies. DO NOT overcook. You want your vegetables to be crisp aldente. (You can use any vegetables you have in your crisper for this recipe)

Remove lid from your wok/frying pan and toss your veggies. The water should be evaporated. Add the cooked brown rice and curry powder and toss until all of the rice is well coated. (If your rice starts to stick then add just a touch more olive oil). Add a handful of spinach and just toss until wilted about 1 minute. Taste test your stir fry and adjust seasoning as desired


Tip: Add pan grilled chicken or salmon breast






A tasty side of butter curry wilted spinach

Serves 2

Prep time 15 minutes

Nutrition: 130 calories. An excellent source of iron and orange juice


    1 tablespoon unsalted butter

    1 tablespoon mild curry powder

    1 large pack of fresh spinach

    1 tablespoon fresh orange juice

    1/8 teaspoon sea salt

    1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes


To make, heat the butter and curry powder in a large saute’ pan, cooking for 2 minutes

Add the spinach in batches (it will wilt down and you can add more until it is all in the pan). Cook for 3 to 5 minutes, or until all wilted

Remove from heat and stir in the orange juice, salt, and red pepper flakes and serve

Tip: This is a great little side dish that you can use up your spinach with. Add other green leaves like rocket and watercress to bulk out

Add it to a salad to add interest and extra nutrients or to any meal

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