So, what do I have in there? This time round, it was diced celery, diced green pepper, grated carrots, grated beets, sliced and lightly broiled zukes, and broccoli sprouts. Normally I'll julienne some greens like spinach or baby lettuces, but we were plum out. Not sure if I would have been able to squeeze them in today anyhow - this wrap was STUFFED! Some tahini sauce and Balsamic Maple Sauce (from ed&bv) for dipping/drizzling on the side. You can also smear some mustard, olive tapenade, pesto, or tahini on the wrap before layering in the veg, to help keeps things together and add extra flavor. You can also sprinkle some hemp seeds or chopped pumpkin seeds in with those veggies for extra crunch and a boost of healthy fats and protein (I had a lil' of both in the morning, so didn't feel like including them in my wrap).
As for the wrap itself, this was a sprouted tortilla by Ezekiel. They are nutritious and have a deeper nutty flavor, but are a touch pricier than other wraps and not quite as pliable. So, if you want to opt for a standard tortilla, just be sure to check the ingredients. Most (really, most) have hydrogenated oils and plenty of additives. Also, most of those 'spinach' and 'tomato' varieties are disguising themselves as healthful wraps - check the label - again, most have hydrog oils, and are made with white flour. Look for whole-wheat tortillas instead of the multi-colored tortillas (but again, check the ingredients to avoid trans fats).
it'll mess your body up)... but veggies do! Stuff 'em in, blend 'em in, pack 'em in, just get them in - you!
Milk proteins, milk sugar, fat, and saturated fat in dairy products pose health risks for children and encourage the development of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. (source: PCRM)