Looking for the recommendation diet for healthy and strong bones is easy. You just have to surf the internet and you will easily find article such as this. The technological age has dawned upon us, and there is no point in holding yourself back from the warm embrace of technology.
But if finding an article like this one is easy, what makes this article particularly ‘cooler’ than the other one?
While other article might tell you a certain type of food that will help your bone turn into a stronger one, this article here will do it in a different way by making it look like a recipe book.
Yup, in this article I shall list you the foods that are both delicious and healthy while all the same making your bones stronger. I always see myself as someone whose forte lies on the culinary world, so you can be sure that I will only list you the best tasting foods there ever were.
So without further ado, let us begin with the first food on the list:
Your basic American breakfast
I have tasted lots of breakfast all over the world, but nothing contains lots of calcium compared to your basic American breakfast. It is one of the first in the recommendation diet for healthy and strong bones. Your basic American breakfast usually contains cereal, bacon, eggs, orange juice (or milk), and toast. What makes me recommend them?
In a cereal, you will find an abundance of calcium, especially if your cereal product is ‘natural’ in that preservatives never touched it (you can easily find stuffs like this in organic market. Some farmer markets might have them, but they usually sell fresh product only). Not only is it filled to the brim with calcium, it can also taste good as well.
Added to the mix are milk or orange juice. These two drinks, especially milk, are drinks that is defined by how high the calcium content contained within them. Your one cup of ordinary milk will contain somewhere around 300 mg of calcium while soymilk will contain at least 500 mg. The orange juice will contain somewhere between 200-340 mg of calcium, making it a good source of calcium.
The toast will be your source of carbs while the bacon and eggs the protein. All in all, this is a balanced breakfast that will make you energized and stronger.
Kale salad, one that is filled with strawberries and granola
Kale might not sound appetizing for some people, but one can never deny how full of calcium a serving of kale is. One cup of kale contains 90 mg of calcium, and 90 mg is a bit high compared to lots of other foods out there. Eating raw kale is a gateway to a ruined image of kale as food, but if you followed this recipe, kale will turn into something that is delicious!
The dish is separated into three different aspects that will all work in synergy in the end. Those aspects are the salad itself, the dressing, and granola.
For the salad, you will need to get yourself 8 ounces of Tuscan kale, half a pound of strawberries, 5 radishes (sliced of course), and 2 ounces of goat cheese. You just mix them all to make the salad.
For the dressing, you need 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, 1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard, 1 and half teaspoon of honey, and salt. Again, you just need to mix them.
The granola is a bit tricky, but it is not that hard to do. Just toss one cup of oats, half a cup of pistachios, half a cup of almond, half a cup of sunflower seeds, a quarter cup of sesame seeds, a tablespoons of fennel seeds, half a teaspoon of salt, a quarter teaspoon of cayenne pepper, 1 egg white, a quarter cup of olive oil, and a tablespoon of honey into a bowl. After that, bake it in a 350 Fahrenheit oven and voila!
When you already got all of the three, just put them all into a bowl and mix.
You might not believe me, but canned sardines is calcium filled. Your regular canned sardines might not be a culinarian’s dream, but this sardine spread will certainly change your mind.
For this one, you will need 8 whole sardines, 2 shallots, half a bunch of chives, a pinch of chilli powder, 2 ounces of butter, 3 tablespoon of olive oil, and lemon juice.
First you bake the sardines in an 180 Celsius oven. When you are done baking them, you crush the sardines while adding shallots, chives, chili powder, butter, and the olive oil. When you are done, just squeeze in the lemon juice and you will have yourself a nice tasting sardine spread.
These foods are what I believe are food within the recommendation diet for healthy and strong bones.