Would you try the 'healthiest burger in the world'?
With vegetarian and vegan diets rising in popularity, healthy alternatives to high fat treats aren't hard to find.
But London-based nutritionist and chef, Libby Limon, has taken her quest for a guilt-free burger a step further by creating what has been dubbed as the 'world's healthiest burger.'
Packed with 50 superfood ingredients, the 'nutri-burger' is comprised of a matcha gluten-free bun and a beet, natto [fermented soybeans], quinoa and mushroom patty.
The burger is also served with a side of purple and orange sweet potato fries with superfood seasoning and a cacao shake with sweet potato, bee pollen, seaweed, coconut oil and black pepper.
Also included in the feast are ingredients like cider vinegar, hemp protein powder, Wearnutkin ‘boursin’ cashew cheese, acai Pulp, activated almonds, white matcha tea powder, heritage tomatoes and kimchi.
The entire nutrient-packed meal is currently part of a special on discount website Groupon, where people can enter a free prize draw to taste the meal in real life at the Magpie and Stump pub in London.
For no charge, people can also download the intricate recipe and make the guilt-free meal themselves.
According to the site, Lab reports show that the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value for the meal is 68,400 μmol TE... the equivalent of eating 1.5 kilograms of blueberries and three kilograms of cooked broccoli.
In addition, 21 of the ingredients are in the top 100 antioxidant superfoods.
The meal also provides over 100 per cent of the recommended daily allowance of fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C and iodine and is rich in B vitamins, magnesium and zinc - the entire feast meeting the 'five a day' fruit and vegetable recommendation.
Due to the highly nutritional value of the meal, experts also claim that it is the perfect hangover cure and can boost the immune system, improve digestive function, detox the liver, balance the hormones and work as an anti inflammatory.