• Fresh lemonade

    Drinking freshly squeezed lemon juice in water, hot or cold, has many benefits for your body. Use it as a step on the way to a super healthy body and glowing skin! 1. Water. A lot of people forget to stay hydrated. If you eat a lot of watery foods, such as fruits and vegetables, you do not need to drink 2 liters of water per day. However, most people do not get sufficient water from their fruit and vegetable intake. Any soda’s are NOT the same as keeping hydrating, since the sugar you ingest when you drink soda actually makes your body NEED more water to compensate. So, a…

  • Chocolate Chip Cookies with Honey and Coconut

    I <3 COOKIES! They smell like heaven, taste like joy and have a great crunchy texture that’s comforting in itself. HOMEMADE COOKIES ARE THE BEST, because store bought cookies tend to contain way too much sugar, some as much as 10 grams of sugar per cookie!!! I find it wiser to bake healthy cookies at home. HERE’S A RECIPE FOR CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES that are tasty, low in sugar and of course, free from any weird artificial additives (glucose, corn or fructose syrups) that often are added to supermarket cookies. Chocolate Chip Cookies with Honey & Coconut Prep time 20 minutes. Baking time 20 minutes. Makes 10-12 cookies. Spelt flour, 2 tbsp Oatmeal…

  • Yogurt Bowl with Mango & Nectarine

    Forget the low-fat fads. The yogurt we are looking for here is the thick, full-fat, creamy kind. Something between 5 and 10% fat content is going to hit the spot. Nectarine & mango are low in calories and make for a refreshing flavor combination. Use these fruits for a smooth & healthy snack. Vitamins A, B and C are coming your way.   Print Recipe Yogurt Bowl with Mango & Nectarine Course Breakfast, Dessert Servings Ingredients 200 g full fat organic yogurt2 mangos2 peaches Course Breakfast, Dessert Servings Ingredients 200 g full fat organic yogurt2 mangos2 peaches Instructions CUT UP THE FRUITS. ARRANGE FRUITS BEAUTIFULLY on a bowl with yogurt.

  • Foods to eat against Gastric Cancer // PREVENTION

    Gastric is just a fancy word for stomach. This is a post with foods to eat and not to eat in order to protect your lovely belly. Recipe included at the end! A study carried out in Spain and another study in France showed a relationship between diet and risk of gastric (stomach) cancer. FOODS TO EAT – potentially protective FRESH FRUITS. Eating fresh fruits between meals helps decrease the risk of gastric cancer. Eat an orange or an apple between meals in general to further help your stomach on the healthy path. This is of course only one of the reasons why eating fruit is good for you! FRESH…