recipe has been published with the kind permission
of Michel Roux Jnr
of Le Gavroche. Le Gavroche is one
of the UK's finest restaurants. Its opening in
1967 by brothers Albert and Michel Roux marked
the revolution of restaurants in London. Since
then, Le Gavroche has continued to set
the standards of cooking and service by which
other places are judged - it was the first UK
restaurant to be awarded one, two then three Michelin
the reputation of Le Gavroche continues
to ride high in the eyes of critics and customers
and now firmly rests on the food prepared by Michel
Roux Jnr who took over the day to day running
of the kitchen from his father, Albert, in 1991.
you would like to visit Michel Roux Jnr's web
or anyone for that matter who trains regularly
at a moderate to high intensity will automatically
have an increased quantity of blood in the body.
The reason for this is that the body needs to
make more blood to help take the increase in oxygen
required to the overworked muscles. However, haemoglobin,
the pigment in red blood cells which carries the
oxygen cannot be made without iron, hence anaemia
is a common occurrence, iron supplements are good
but have side effects and need to be taken with
a good quantity of vitamin C to help absorption.
Another way is to eat liver, lean meat, sardines
pulses and leafy vegetables".