I decided a few years back to start eating as healthy as possible. Since March I cut also meat from my meals and I left only fish. This decision was so easy and I don’t consider as diet, just my way of eating healthy. I don’t have the gallbladder anymore so eating meat was always… Continue reading Diet or healthy eating?
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I stopped buying pate a long time ago because of all preservatives. I made it home with chicken or pork liver. Because I stopped eating meat 2 months ago I tried for the first time soy pate. I stopped eating meat because I want to be healthy. I also do sports so I need good… Continue reading Soy pate
Spirulina is an algae powder consumed for centuries due to its nutritional value and health benefits. It grows naturally in oceans and salty lakes like Lake Texcoco (Mexico) or Lake Chad (Africa). When harvested correctly from non-contaminated ponds and bodies of water, it is one of the most potent nutrient sources available. Spirulina grows in… Continue reading Spirulina
Nutrition Month March 2017 – Canada
March is National Nutrition Month. It started in 1973 as a week-long event and became a month-long one in 1980 because people grew interest in nutrition. Nutrition Month is sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and focuses on helping people developing good eating habits, exercise and make correct food choices. We are what… Continue reading Nutrition Month March 2017 – Canada
Wonders of the forest
I love spending time with my family in the nature. You have clean air, organic food just in front of you and you do sports. I am teaching my 4 years old son about forest, hills, wild berries and wild mushrooms. With wild mushrooms will be a long teaching process. He needs to learn to… Continue reading Wonders of the forest
Artichoke is one of the popular flower bud of Mediterranean origin in the winter. The ancients considered the artichoke full of health benefits, using it as an aphrodisiac, a diuretic, a breath freshener, and even a deodorant. Artichokes can be found throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas, but they are less frequently encountered… Continue reading Artichoke
Do you remember my New Scary List ? Macaroons Beef bourguignon Lamb Coq au vin (Chicken in wine sauce ) Sushi Croquembouche (Caramel-glazed cream puffs) Tacos Enchiladas Escargots a la Bourguignonne (Snails in garlic-herb butter) Ratatouille I just manage to do the last one from my list: Ratatouille. It’s Julia Child’s recipe from her book.… Continue reading Ratatouille
Watermelons have become synonymous with summer and picnics, and for good reason. Their refreshing quality and sweet taste help to combat the heat and also provide a guilt-free, low maintenance dessert for kids and adults alike to enjoy. Watermelon juice couldn’t be easier to extract. You don’t need a fancy juicer, just a blender. Scoop… Continue reading Watermelon juice
Sugar free raw vegan ice cream
Let's cool down with some really natural ice cream. No sugar, no milk, no yogurt, no eggs, only fruits. It's strawberry time. Easy recipe. You can do it with the kids. They will be so happy and they will enjoy it more after. Ingredients: 1 banana 1 cup strawberry 1 cup wild strawberry Directions: Banana… Continue reading Sugar free raw vegan ice cream
It's lilac time in my town, so my garden smells like haven. This amazing color inspired me to make a lilac smoothie, healthy and simple, with a great taste. Ingredients: – 1/2 cup blueberries – 1/2 cup raspberries – 200 ml almond milk Directions: Place raspberries, blueberries and half of milk in the blender and… Continue reading Lilac smoothie
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