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.

Beet Nourishment Smoothie

Beets are one of my favorite root vegetables for colder months – they support the immune system, purify the blood from toxins and are rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin B and folate. We, as women, require more of those minerals in general, but males can also benefit from eating more beats as well because of…

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…

The pleasure of eating clean

Some books I recommend and a smoothie recipe. In The pleasure trap, the authors offer unique insights into the factors that make us susceptible to dietary and lifestyle excesses, and present ways to restore the biological processes designed by nature to keep us running at maximum efficiency and vitality. In 1987, John Robbins published Diet…

I love my SALAD!

Recently I`ve been feeling more and more prone to experiment with my salad dressings and decoration. For example, you easily turn your zucchini into delicious raw noodles by adhering to this great and yet cheap tool – spiralizer For this recipe, I used different greens and for a dressing I blended up some fresh lemon juice, half of small cucumber, berries,…

Feel the light from within

Happy Mother`s Day! Let us nurture our mental equilibrium and treat our body as our temple by eating in balance and praising food as our healer – endeavoring in its wholesome nature that comes with no additives or artificial colors. Eat in abundance but learn to enjoy the texture of simple food <3 FacebookPage