We all know the connection between the quantity and quality of the food we eat and our body composition. But did you know that the food we eat directly impacts our health? From short-term discomfort in the stomach to long-term diseases like eczema,
Quinoa is another one of those versatile ingredients that you can make into almost anything you wish! It is very nutritious and have many health benefits. It’s packed with protein, fiber and lots of minerals. So I try to incorporate it in my weekly meal plan. Every week
When starting out as a vegan there is a lot of learning to do. A lot of new ingredients to get to know and work with. Here I’ll try to give you a short list of the must haves that are in my pantry and what they are
Many people ask me where do I get my protein if I don’t eat meat. My answer is simple: whole foods. Everything that comes from nature. Fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, legumes, nuts, seeds. If my diet is balanced, I get enough protein. So many studies have proven that
Tofu is one of my favorite ingredients to work with! I heard so many people complaining that tofu tastes like nothing or has a texture of a rubber haha 🙂 well… it can be true at times, depending on the brand you buy and how you make it.
A smoothie is an easy and effective way to consume all the super foods and greens that we don’t usually consume on a daily basis. We all know we need to eat more leafy greens, but just find it too hard to incorporate into our meals. Smoothies are
Smoothies can be so versatile and easily replace any meal. I like my smoothie in the morning, as my breakfast. I make them so rich and filling, that it keeps me full until lunch. At least 3 hours. My base will always be frozen bananas or frozen mangoes.