Month: November 2018

The secrets to self-love

The secrets to self-love

When we value and respect ourselves and our needs, we move from a place of calm and balance, and we reflect this sense of self into the reality and the people around us. It allows us to draw healthy boundaries, and help us establish our […]

How to cut down on sugar this Christmas

How to cut down on sugar this Christmas

Christmas is only a month away, so there is plenty of time to plan a healthier Christmas this year. The N. 1 danger for the festive season is the excessive sugar consumption. Sugar can make your insulin levels spike up, increases inflammation in the body […]

Easy salmon, broad beans, peas and tamari rice salad

Easy salmon, broad beans, peas and tamari rice salad

Perfect for an office lunch or light dinner, this easy but tasty gluten-free recipe creates a well balanced meal with plenty of proteins, fibers and a modest amount of carbs. The Tamari sauce, (a mild healthier type of soy sauce) and the spring onions add […]

Rocket, walnuts & grana padano cheese salad

Rocket, walnuts & grana padano cheese salad

A tasty and nutrients rich salad made with seasonal ingredients. Rocket is a packed with nutrients, that supports healthy detoxification pathways. Keep it in mind for this winter, it is the perfect accompaniment for those cheese boards and Christmas meals. Walnuts add some crunchiness and healthy […]

Greek yogurt and blackberries coulis

Greek yogurt and blackberries coulis

I am a fan of Greek yogurt, the creamy, full fat version of it. I know that we are trained to think that full fat is bad for you, but even the full fat version of it will only contain 6% of fat, which is […]