In honor of femininity, let me introduce you to our new feeding cup on the block.
Folic acid is the natural form of vitamin B9 found in foods, which plays an important role in healthy growth and development. If you’re on your own pregnancy journey, it’s an especially important nutrient for prenatal and postpartum women, so load up.
Not sure where to start when it comes to adding more folic acid to your diet? I’ve done the homework for you and put together this delicious meal that includes naturally folate-rich foods to get you started.
Here’s what’s in it…
- Cabbage massaged with maple citrus dressing
- Cooked quinoa
- Fried asparagus
- Orange slices
- Sliced radish and cucumber
- Avocado sliced
- Boiled eggs
- Sunflower and pumpkin seeds
- Roasted almonds
To assemble, first toss the kale with the maple citrus dressing. Then layer on cooked quinoa, pan-roasted asparagus, orange slices, radishes and cucumbers, sliced avocado and poached eggs. Top with sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and toasted almonds.
Not only is this cup rich in folate-rich foods, but it’s also beautifully balanced and most importantly, SO delicious. I hope you enjoy every bite!