5 Recipes with Fatty Acids to Boost Your Immune System

According to One Green Planet, if you want to preserve your optimal health, you need a strong immunity that will keep you safe from viruses, bacteria, and infections. In addition to getting sufficient sleep and rest and managing stress, you also need to supply your body with the adequate nutrients if you want to achieve this. According to newest scientific studies, fatty acids are crucial for the immunity and adding them to your diet can be essential for your health and well-being.

With this in mind, in today’s article, we decided to present you 5 amazing recipes by One Green Planet that contain fatty acids and that will help you strengthen your immunity and fight off diseases easier!

5 Tasty & Healthy Recipes with Fatty Acids

  1. Spicy seeded herb bread

You will need:

2 2/3 cups of almonds

3 cups of pumpkin seeds

A cup of sunflower seeds

2 ½ cups of brown rice flower

6 tbsp of psyllium husk powder

A tbsp of bread topping

A tbsp of garlic powder

A tbsp of fennel seeds

2 tsp of Himalayan salt

2 tsp of flaxseed

4 tbsp of chia seeds

5 cups of water

Preparation: First, blend the almonds and sunflower seeds in a food processor until you get a flour-like mixture. Transfer it in a bowl and add the other ingredients. Mix them well and then leave it like that for an hour so that the chia absorbs the water. In the meantime, preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and spray coconut oil on the pans. Divide the dough into two pans and bake them for 50 minutes or until golden. Take the pans out of the oven and leave the breads to cool down before slicing.

  1. Summer minestrone

One onion, peeled and cut in half

A garlic clove, peeled

2 tbsp of olive oil

¾ tsp of kosher salt

6 sprigs of oregano or thyme

A cup of chopped greens or cabbage

2 cups of summer veggies, diced (carrots, potatoes, corn, okra, sweet potatoes, zucchini)

A cup of pinto beans

Half a cup of plum tomatoes

2 tsp of balsamic vinegar

2 tbsp of fresh basil, chopped

¼ cup of parmesan cheese, grated (optional)

Preparation:  In a pot, heat the oil over medium-low heat and add the onion, a bit of salt, and stir for 2 minutes and then incorporate the tomato and a bit of salt. Continue cooking and stirring until the content reduces and thickens (around 10 minutes). Next, add the garlic and cook for additional 30 seconds before adding the thyme, greens, ¾ tsp of salt, and the water. Turn the heat to high and once the mixture begins to boil, lower the temperature to low and leave the content to simmer for 10 minutes. Then, add the veggies and cook them for 8 minutes or so. Remove the pot from the heat and add a tsp of balsamic vinegar and a bit of salt. When serving, spoon the minestrone into bowls for soup. Top them with some grated parmesan and enjoy.

  1. Acai bowl


An avocado

A tbsp of acai powder

A banana

A cup of almond milk

A pinch of cinnamon

A handful of cacao nibs

Toppings: mulberries, pistachios, and goji berries

Preparation: Blend the ingredients in a blender and then transfer the content into a large glass. Top it with some of the topping suggestions and enjoy it as a snack or an energizing breakfast.

  1. Blueberry acai smoothie


A cup of almond milk, unsweetened

A cup of orange juice, freshly squeezed

Half a cup of blueberries, frozen

Half a cup of blueberries, fresh

Half a cup of pineapple, frozen

Half a cup of apple, fresh and chopped

1 oz. of frozen acai, unsweetened

Baby spinach, a handful

A tbsp of flaxseed

Preparation: Blend the ingredients in a blender and then transfer it in a glass. Enjoy!

  1. Seaweed burgers

3 ½ oz. of seaweed cochayuyo

3 ½ oz. of sea lettuce

3 ½ oz. of nori seaweed

A purple onion, diced

A zucchini, grated

A carrot, grated

Red pepper, diced

Chopped cilantro, a handful

1 ½ tbsp of flaxseed or chia

1 ½ tbsp of chickpea flour

¼ tsp of baking powder



Preparation: Soak the seeds in a cup with water and in another bowl, add the dry ingredients and mix them well. Add the cilantro, zucchini, onion, red pepper, carrot, and seeds to soak. Stir the ingredients until you make a homogeneous texture. Cover it and put it for 30 minutes in the fridge. In the meantime, in a pan, heat up some oil and then take out the mixture from the fridge and make small balls and then flatten them to make them patty-like. Fry them on both sides and place them on a plate with an absorbent paper. You can also bake the patties if you do not want them fried. Place them in a baking tray, sprinkle some olive oil, and bake them for 20 minutes.



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