You are what you eat. There's a lot of truth in this old adage: eat well and you feel happier, healthier and full of energy. That's why we've pulled together five delicious student-friendly recipes to help keep your body and mind strong.
1. Super Filling Italian Tuna Bean Salad by Wholeheartedly Healthy
Now the summer has arrived, it's definitely 'salad weather'. This recipe is a filling mix of tuna and beans with the freshness of tomatoes, basil and olives. It makes a super healthy lunch and will keep you energised throughout an afternoon session in the library. See the recipe.
2. Pea, Broccoli and Almond Soup by Deliciously Ella
The mix of peas, broccoli, celery and spinich in this soup will make you feel revitalised. Add in some herbs and spices to give it a flavoursome kick and you're onto a winner. If you're ready for a detox after a stressful exam period or a big night out, this is the soup for you. See the recipe.
3. Cambodian Beef Lok Lak by Lemsley & Lemsley
Everyone loves a quick stir fry. This Cambodian dish not only has a mouth-watering marinade but it's incredibly good for you too. The succulent beef is served on a bed of fresh salad to provide some crunch to the dish. See the recipe.
4. Crust Free Veggie Quiche by The Model Foodie
Quiche is a delicious way to use up ingredients in the fridge. Not only does it contain plenty of protein, it's quick to make and you can make multiple portions in one go. This simple recipe takes 15 minutes to prepare and it makes a perfect light meal. See the recipe.
5. Greens with Spicy Avocado Sauce, Seeds and Salmon by Eatori
This is the dish to give yourself a much needed health kick. Green vegetables, fish, yoghurt and seeds - possibly the best combination for a tasty yet healthy recipe. Plus, it takes no time at all to cook. See the recipe.
That concludes our five recipes to keep you healthy in body and mind. If you have any recipes you love and would like to share with us, tweet us @BrightNetwork.