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The Healthiest Meal Ever - Unveiled!

It's not exactly what you could call fast food. In fact, it took years of effort.
Researchers whittled 4,000 health claims down to 222 before creating the ultimate superdinner that includes salmon terrine, chickencasserole and yogurt blancmange.

Here's a look at the super-healthy meal:
  • Fresh and smoked salmon terrine, which contains Omega 3 (good for brain and heart function)
  • Mixed leaf salad with Extra Virgin Olive Oil dressing (for maintaining cholesterol)
  • High-fiber multigrain bread roll
  • Chicken casserole with lentils and mixed vegetables (good for iron absorption)
  • Live yogurt-based blancmange topped with walnuts and a sugar-free caramel-flavored sauce (good for digestion and blood glucose control)

Here's some addition to that meal:
  • The inclusion of guar gum in the dessert is said to help in the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol, while lactulose 'contributes to an acceleration of intestinal transit'.
  • The walnuts in the topping are a superfood - consumption of 30g a day, or a small handful, is proven to 'contribute to the improvement of the elasticity of blood vessels'.
  • The scientists also included their own sports drink creation which could genuinely claim to boost performance. Its many ingredients include micro nutrients such as biotin, calcium, zinc, chromium copper, iron, potassium, selenium, and magnesium.
  • Biotin, for example, can help the metabolism, the nervous system, skin and hair, while calcium is good for muscle function and the bones.
  • Other recommendations include a concoction for dieters, a mixed berry shake that serves as a meal replacement.
  • Its ingredients include Glucomannan, which contributes to weight loss for someone on a calorie controlled or energy restricted diet.
  • For cold days or nights, there is a velvety hot chocolate drink containing melatonin, which helps send you to sleep quickly at night.
  • As a final helpful thought, the experts recommend activated charcoal tablets, which contribute to 'reducing excessive flatulence after eating'.

Dr Paul Berryman, the Leatherhead chief executive, conceived the idea as a perfect airline meal, but says the ingredients and dishes would work just as well in the home.
"We have also shown that healthy foods do not have to be dull.We carry out thousands of consumer taste tests a year and one thing is clear. No matter how healthy, if foods do not taste good they will not sell," he said.

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