Healthy suppers

Dedicating time to cooking at night is always inconvenient and we end up eating anything. We challenge you to cook these quick and healthy recipes.

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3 March 2020

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I daresay that, often, while you are thinking about what you are going to cook for supper, you say to yourself “today we are going to cook a healthy and light supper. After all, it doesn’t take that much effort”. But when you get home tired from the day, it may be that the idea changes and you opt for something quicker and, normally, with more calories. 


Don’t fall into the convenience trap. Having a healthy supper is not at odds with preparing something quick. We bring you some easy and healthy recipes so that you can look after yourself without having to spend too long in the kitchen. In the end, eating a healthy supper brings you benefits in health and even in how you look.


Why is it important to eat lighter suppers?

Supper is the last meal of the day and its main objective is not to go to bed on an empty stomach, which in turn, contributes to a good rest. Nonetheless, it should not be an abundant meal, such as breakfast or lunch, as we will hardly be using any energy during the night.


Take note of this advice:

1. Supper should contain between 15 and 25% of your total daily calories.

2. Try to eat a few hours before you go to sleep, that way you will go to bed having digested your food.

3. It is best to avoid pasta, rice, pizza and, of course, sugar and industrially manufactured cakes.

4. We recommend that you avoid foods that are difficult to digest, such as garlic and onion, as well as spices.



What should a healthy supper contain?

  • Fruit and vegetables: half of the plate
  • Proteins: eggs, meat, fish, legumes, dried fruit, etc. A quarter of the plate.
  • Carbohydrates: bread, pasta or rice, always wholemeal. A quarter of the plate.


Original, quick and healthy supper recipes