Chinese-Style Bolognese

Saucy, rich & perfectly umami. An Asian take on the popular Italian dish. Contains whole wheat spaghetti & soy-based mince.

571 kcals, 20g fat, 69g carbs, 13g sugar, 13g fibre, 29g protein

ALLERGENS : soy, wheat, sesame

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  • Bell Peppers

    Boosts Immunity: Bell peppers are full of vitamin C. 1 cup of sliced red bell peppers gives you 157% of your daily vitamin C content, making them a great way to stay healthy.

    Balances Mood: If you are feeling blue, try to increase the amount of vitamin B6 you consume. Naturally occurring in bell peppers, B6 helps your brain produce serotonin and norepinephrine, two chemicals that affect your mood.

    Natural Sleep Aid: Not able to fall asleep at night? Eat some bell peppers! The vitamin B6 found in bell peppers also aids in melatonin production, which your body needs to regulate its internal clock.

  • Sesame

    They may be tiny in stature but sesame seeds are big when it comes to providing your body with protein & fibre.  This protein will help in the maintenance and development of muscles, while the fibre from sesame seeds help support a healthy digestive system.

    By now, most of us know that fats comes in different varieties. Some are good, bad, or downright awful for health. Sesame oil is rich in polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, the kind that are ‘heart healthy’ and help keep cholesterol under control, and low in saturated fats, the bad fat which boost inflammation and total cholesterol.

  • Wholewheat Spaghetti

    The seeds of whole grains have three distinctive components called the endosperm, germ and bran. When these are intact, whole grains offer you higher nutrient value, while refined grains do not. The refining devalues the nutrient content.

    Pasta has a real energizing effect: Eaten in the right quantities, it helps improve performance during physical activity and increase stamina. It provides B vitamins that are involved in the metabolism of fats, sugars, and proteins. These vitamins help produce vital energy to combat the physical fatigue that can occur during training.

    Also a great source of complex carbohydrates that slowly provide energy to the body.