Boost Your Energy With Green Tea: Quick Brain-Enhancing Recipe You Can Make At Home

The benefits of green tea include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and polyphenol antioxidants that strengthen your immune system and improve your brain.
You can enhance your matcha latte even further if you skip on the added sugars and add MCT oil instead -> For Instant Source of Energy That Can Also Be Used to Fuel Your Brain

Eat More Beta Carotene

Eat more orange foods to enhance your skin color and get a natural glow: all year long!

Oatmeal Fuel

Oats are rich in soluble fiber and provide us with important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
You can eat them plain or get creative, check out this post for some inspiration.

Mindful Eating

This post is for anyone who has experienced food addictions, disordered or compulsive eating; as well for those who haven’t, but are eager and ready to nutrionalize their diet.

Alkalizing Savory Smoothie

If you are recovering from an injury/surgery/flu/hangover/or a physical exhaustion of any kind you need to replenish yourself with this high alkaline smoothie

Turmeric Recipes

Two nutritious recipes with turmeric: a turmeric latte and a salad dressing.

Raw Carrot Cake (Nuts-Free)

How To Prepare A Raw Vegan Carrot Cake: GlutenFree and NutsFree: sweetened only with fruit.
Easy To Make And Very Delicious!

Pasta-Free Pasta

Pasta-free pasta with zoodles: gluten-free, keto, paleo and vegan!

Pecan Delight

For the nut lovers – this pecan delight is not only healthy but also nutritionally dense and full of fiber! Vegan, paleo and keto-friendly, and also gluten-free!

Raw “Rice” Pudding Breakfast Ideas

Highly nutritious and fibrous raw breakfast: frozen cauliflower rice (I leave it overnight in the fridge to melt a bit -> tastes like pudding the next day!) You may use the whole package of 1/2, depending how much volume you want. In a bowl, mix your “rice” with a half of a cup of unsweetened¬†coconut…

Super Green(s) Sweet Smoothies

Greens are one of the most basic superfoods you can find: rich in chlorophyll, various macronutrients, vitamins and amino acids (a.k.a protein building blocks). Even if you are not a fan of their taste in a raw form you will start to love them in smoothies – the added fruit takes away any vegetable aftertaste…