My favourite breakfast on the picture is seasonal, no chance of having it fresh in the winter here in Europe. If you’d like to enjoy them in the cold months, jamming is a good idea. For many years I’ve been … Continue reading Which food to stock up for the winter for your best hormones?
Your heart is beating through your holidays pumping your blood throughout the body, but have you thought of your lymph? Then again, why would it matter that much? When you detox, your cells basically dump the garbage into the space … Continue reading Will your lymph circulate on your holidays?
Benefits of kefir Studies show significant potential in kefir, a food that, interestingly, can not be produced synthetically. It contains more bacteria strains than any other fermented food or even yoghurt. Research says more than 60. To name some: Kluyveromyces … Continue reading 3 ways of using kefir
You want to lose weight? Things to keep in mind: you need to chose different programs depending on whether you are a man, woman or a child; if you are a woman the right program will consider whether you are … Continue reading Lose your belly just in two weeks
While we’ve seen oestrogen through dark glasses in the past decades we tend to forget its benefits. For instance through the liver it keeps cholesterol levels under control. As you are marching towards or crossing the bridge of menopause you … Continue reading Cholesterol, oestrogen and dandelion
7 ways to please your Akkermansia In the last 5 years yearly 10 thousand researches have studied the human microbiome revealing a massive body of new information on how our system is working. We are a light year away from … Continue reading Lose Weight by Feeding Your Microbiome
This dark purple pate will speed up your metabolism. Why? It gets its colour from anthocyanin, a water-soluble pigment that has been associated with anti-ageing properties. When you see this colour or the shades of blue on naturally occurring vegetables and fruits, you can be sure they will help your urinary tract health, bone formation, memory and metabolism. If you are curious of what other colours can do to you, find a summary in a former article here. This pate is receiving its dominating colour from red cabbage. Cabbage being a goitrogen make the version of simmered cabbage instead of raw if you have any kind of thyroid issues. … Continue reading Purple pate to warm you up
Science and ancient wisdoms agree that you should eat as many colours with each meal as possible. Ancient wisdoms, like Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Chinese cooking as well as Ayurveda, teach that each colour through their corresponding electromagnetic radiation … Continue reading Colours to Eat
When you are a woman marching towards 50 and afterwards I don’t recommend eating rice or potato. They are just full of carbs that you can’t process well anymore. But this light Indian breakfast (that we often eat for dinner … Continue reading Light Indian Breakfast
Why do you want to activate it in the first place? * Because the vagus nerve is connecting the brain to and controlling the most vital organs being the longest nerve in the autonomic nervous system (regulates the body’s unconscious … Continue reading Ways to Activate Your Vagus Nerve