Home > Partner Content > TWW Partner Content 17 January 2017 Resolved to make a fresh start? Here’s what you need to eat Partner content 0 Michael le Grange Help is at hand for festive-season fallout… these four meal suggestions let you go guilt-free without sacrificing taste (all while boosting your fruit and veg intake)1. The best chopped saladFor a rainbow salad: toss together 3 sliced purple spring onions, 1 x 400 g can of lentils (drained), 50 g halved blueberries, 80 g chopped strawberries, 10 g basil, 100 g torn chevin, 170 g blanched and chopped asparagus, 2 t chopped parsley, ½ finely chopped garlic clove, olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dressing, a pinch of sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.2. Get up-and-go green smoothie For a bursting-with-goodness smoothie that serves four, blend the following (adding more nut butter or lime juice as needed): 1 ripe banana, 2 peeled and halved kiwi fruit, ½ cup plain yoghurt, 1 ripe, peeled avo, 2 stoned dates, 1 T nut butter, 100 g baby spinach, a squeeze of lime juice. (Halve the ingredients if you’re making a smoothie for one – with seconds!) Or, save yourself the work and make Woolies' Easy to Juice range your new best friend.3. Watermelon salsa This deliciously refreshing salsa is perfect with seared salmon. Combine 2 cups cubed watermelon, 1 x 3 cm piece peeled and sliced ginger, 1 sliced red chilli, 1 t chopped coriander, 1 T rice wine vinegar, 2 segmented limes, 2 T lime juice and 2 t sesame oil. Set aside to infuse before serving.4. New-Year green salad Drizzle 2 T olive oil and ½ juiced lemon into a salad bowl, stir in 1 t Dijon mustard and season to taste. Add 40 g rocket and toss. Top with 2 ripe, halved and peeled avos, 2 sliced red chillies, 50 g chopped almonds, 80 g sugar snap peas and 80 g blanched peas. Garnish with microherbs. Add a touch more olive oil and check the seasoning.Fill your fridge with Woolies’ freshest fruit and veg and earn Discovery Vitality pointsfor making better choices. Partner content NEXT ON HEALTH24X 5 things to do to keep your child germ-free 2017-02-21 06:00 More: Partner ContentTWW Partner Content advertisement Other news Medical The Zika virus makes its way to Africa Medical SEE: 5 of the most common fungal skin infections Medical I found out I was pregnant and HIV+ at the same time Medical ADHD: From 'barking dogs' to increase in diagnosis Medical Peanut allergy? Other nuts may be fine Medical SEE: 5 ways to avoid backache during pregnancy From our sponsors How to care for your vaginal flora Live healthier Hello? » SEE: Interesting facts about hearing loss Earworms: Let it go Is it bad to sleep with earplugs all the time? SEE: Do women hear better than men? The reason why men often appear not to be listening could be because they actually can't hear you. Confident smile? » Acidic drinks can harm your kids' smiles The facts on bleaching your teeth Am I taking good care of my teeth? Why are my teeth stained? We know the rules – brush your teeth twice a day and floss to keep them healthy. But, have you ever wondered what causes those stains that sometimes appear?