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Beef and Zucchini Stir-Fry Noodles

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This is a very healthy and simple gluten free beef, zucchinis and carrots stir-fry noodles. Not only a quick and easy recipe to make, it also does not need a full set of expertise to prepare and cook.

A balanced and healthy diet can comprise of protein rich red meat like lean beef, an excellent source of iron and creatine, plus minerals such as phosphorus and zinc. It is also a rich source of vitamins B group, including vitamin B12, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine. Red meat is similarly the most robust source of lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant.

Zucchinis, also named courgettes, belong to the category of plants identified as Cucurbita, comprising of marrows, pumpkins, and squashes. Vegetables in this class contain beta and alpha carotene, providing them with their colours, may prevent macular degeneration and cataract and may protect against prostate cancer in men. It is also rich in antioxidant, like vitamins C and E, together with beta and alpha carotene, may safeguard against colds and flus by supporting the immune system. Zucchinis have very low calories and have no cholesterol or saturated fats. Frequently used for weight reduction and cholesterol control. Its skin is a good source of dietary fiber that aids in the reduction of constipation and may provide some protection against colon cancers. It is not only rich in vitamin A, but also a rich source of potassium, a heart friendly inter-cellular electrolyte, which can help decrease blood pressure and lessen the risks of heart disease. In addition, Zucchinis comprise of sufficient levels of B group of vitamins, riboflavin, pyridoxine and thiamine, plus minerals like zinc, iron, phosphorus and manganese.

I was told to “eat my carrots” by my parents since a very young age. They always tell me its good for your eyes. Not surprisingly, as carrots are a brilliant source of vitamin A, and deficiency in this vitamin can cause your eye sights to deteriorate and affect your normal vision. Carrots belong to the group of root vegetables with an extensive assortment of vegetables. This group includes parsnips, celeriac, radishes, beetroots, turnips, salsify, swedes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, arrowroot and cassavas. Carrots also contain vitamin C, antioxidant beta carotene giving them a bright orange colour, fiber, vitamin K, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, folate, magnesium, phosphorous and manganese. Health benefits of carrots include anti-cancer, improving immune system, vision health, and cardiovascular benefits.


Beef and Zucchini Stir-Fry Noodles


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