Welcome to Part 2 of my 5-part series on how to get a better night’s sleep.
In Part 2, we’ll talk about the different foods you can eat to help give you better sleep and prevent insomnia…Read More
Ah… Coffee! The one thing that often brings up debate - is it good or bad for you? ...like with most things, I’d say “it depends”. ;)
If you’re using it as a stimulant to get you going first thing in the morning, then you might want to take a look at why. On so many levels…Read More
If you’re starting out this new year going more grain-free, I’ve got a sweet treat recipe for you. Although this is tagged under “keto”, let’s get one thing straight: bananas are NOT ketogenic. They definitely contain enough glucose to take you out of ketosis.
HOWEVER. The reason why…Read More
If you’re a fan of Asian food, you might be familiar with the Korean side dish called Kimchi. It’s a fermented, spicy cabbage dish, but there are all kinds of other variations of it made from daikon (turnip), carrots to cucumbers...Read More
As we're well into the thick of winter here in Amsterdam, I've been experimenting with various warming drinks that are sugar and caffeine-free. I've got a good chicory-cacao-cayenne pepper recipe I've been experimenting with, but that will be another post for later, so look out for it. ;) In the meantime, I've been looking to Ayurvedic recipes...Read More
If you're generally dairy-free like me, there's probably one thing you miss quite a bit: YOGHURT! That tangy taste, all that natural probiotic-goodness for the gut, and a protein-rich part of breakfast (or even dessert). I remember when I first discovered coconut yoghurt - it was like hitting the jackpot. THIS STUFF EXISTS?! If you haven't already tried...Read More
The past few months have been kind of intense - between work, studying for final exams for 2nd year of naturopathy school, writing a final paper and dealing with relationship stuff, I've barely been keeping my head above water. It's always in busy and stressful times when it's all too easy to...Read More
Last week, I was in Warsaw, Poland on a shoot for work. It terrifies me whenever I have to go to Eastern Europe, as their "vegetarian" options are always... well... "vegetarian". It's almost always some form of potatoes with some other stodgy root veggie. Mashed potato, boiled potato, potato dumplings... In Poland, even the drink of choice, vodka, is made with... POTATOES!! It's like Bubba Gump rattling off...Read More
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