• Delicious & Healthy Brownies (Less sugar, More walnuts)

    Delicious, moist brownies chock-full of bitter-sweet walnuts. There’s wholegrain flour in the batter and deliciously crunchy almond flakes on top. I baked a batch this morning and I won’t lie to you – had 3 pieces as breakfast. Yum! Less sugar and more walnuts make this recipe the perfect alternative to traditional unhealthy desserts. These brownies are diabetes-friendly due to high fiber contentΒ and a lower glycemic index (making your blood sugars not raise as fast). Recipe inspired by Gaia’s Kitchen Cookbook, here’s Gaia’s cookbook on Amazon! Print Recipe Delicious, Healthy Brownies with Walnuts and Almonds Cuisine Healthy Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Servings pieces Ingredients 140 grams…

  • Freshly squeezed orange juice // Vit C + Fibre

    Squeeze two or three oranges to get an 8 ounce (250 ml) glassfull of orange juice and you will be taking in your daily dose of the crucial anti-oxidant that your body needs daily: vitamin C. However, eat something before drinking the orange juice because its acidity can harm the lining of an empty stomach (which can lead to acid reflux, ulcerations and infection). Also, bear in mind that orange juice has a higer glycemic index (relatively more sugar) than a whole orange. This is because orange juice has much less fibre than a whole orange, by juicing the orange you get rid of most of the fibres. Orange juice…