How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet


How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet ~ Australian Navel Orange

  
You are what you eat! That’s what I always remind myself when I wake up every morning. Start your day right and the rest of the day will be smooth. Some of the simplest ways to incorporate Now In Season Australian Navel Orange into our daily diet include drinking freshly squeezed citrus juices, adding citrus flesh in salad, or juices to marinades, desserts and meals, and eating orange in between meals and as snacks.

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet
Now In Season Australian Navel Orange 


The easiest way is to consume navel orange is to eat it fresh or make it into juices as snacks, desserts or in between meals. It’s simply thirst quencher and also instant mood booster. As I have mentioned in my previous post Healthy Food Happy You with Now In Season, Australian Navel Orange is quality, safe and sweet

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Healthy and Wholesome Breakfast to Kick start the day

An orange has over 170 different phytochemicals and more than 60 flavonoids, many of which have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and blood clot inhibiting properties, as well as strong antioxidant effects.

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Garden salad with orange, cherry tomatoes, roasted almond and chia seeds

I added the freshly peeled navel orange on a bed of greens, cherry tomatoes, topped up with roasted almonds and sprinkle some chia seeds on top. After adding the navel orange I don’t have to add any salad dressing because the orange gives a natural tanginess and sweetness.

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Homemade yogurt with chia seed, orange and mix nuts

Meantime, I also can add freshly peeled Now In Season Australian Navel Orange on my homemade yogurt with chia seed, orange and mix nuts. You can check out my healthy and easy recipe here http://www.sunshinekelly.com/2017/08/recipe-homemade-yogurt-with-chia-seed.html

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Healthy fried chicken drummet with turmeric, orange and peri-peri sauce

Here is my healthy fry chicken drummet marinated with turmeric, orange and peri-peri sauce. Ngawww! This is so addictive and it’s the healthier version because I used healthy frying which I only used 1 teaspoon of oil. The chicken drummets is juicy and sweet with slight tanginess and spiciness, just the way I like it. Check out my quick and easy home cooked recipe here http://www.sunshinekelly.com/2017/08/recipe-healthyfried-turmeric-drummet.html

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Steamed chicken thigh with pea sprouts, carrots and orange

Last but not least is this steamed chicken thigh with pea sprouts, carrots and orange. It’s so easy to prepare, lightly flavored and a perfect dish by itself for lunch and dinner or with steamed brown rice. Here is my simple home cooked recipe for the busy urbanite http://www.sunshinekelly.com/2017/08/simple-home-recipe-steamed-chicken-with-pea-sprout.html

How To Incorporate Citrus Fruits in Your Diet, Now In Season Australian Navel Orange
Now In Season Australian Navel Oranges

I hope you enjoy my sharing for today and remember to nourish your body with nutrients plus remember to exercise also. We love Australian fruits because its safe to consume, fresh, healthy, and premium quality. 

A special thanks to fruit importer, Fu Yun Fruits Trading Sdn Bhd who has generously sponsored the Australian navel oranges.

Now In Season Australian Navel Orange is now available at your nearest Jaya Grocer, Village Grocer, AEON and Isetan Kuala Lumpur supermarkets.

For more information about Now In Season Australian Navel Orange, please visit Now In Season Malaysia Facebook

3 comments:

  1. We also tried making our own yogurt and mixed it with blueberries. Adding chia seeds and mixed nuts would be a nice crunch to the texture. Citrus fruits that are fresh are always a welcome addition to our diet.

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  2. Health is wealth and your post is really a great motivation for readers to be aware of their body health condition. I also rather choose to eat citrus fruits than take tablets for vitamins. Great post and I absolutely love your photos.

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  3. I like citrusy taste in my savory food. I like lemon or orange chicken very much. I also like citrus in my salads to break the monotony of taste.

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