5 Things I’ve Learned From Dealing With My Breast Problems

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I see my body as a special mechanism that works permanently to keep me healthy. Over the years, I learned to listen to all its signals to know right away when something is going wrong. While inadequate nourishment, environmental estrogens, and low self-esteem are the main problems that hijack its activity, women’s bodies have their own special ways of transmitting the signals. There is a high incidence of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) and breast cysts because …

Nourishing Vegan Milks – 3 Ways

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During my forty days of a vegan diet before Easter, I discovered a new passion – vegan milks. I tried hundreds of combinations, played with ingredients, experimented with flavors, and I realized that you don’t need cutting-edge technology to obtain smooth, dense, and creamy vegan milks. You can make awesome liquids with a normal blender, using the right quantities of soaked ingredients. Nuts or seeds + water = vegan milk – it is that easy! If you hit the right consistency, all you have to do is …

Healthy Easter Recipes Roundup

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Choosing healthy for Easter might seem like a mission impossible, but there’s always a lot of inspiration from bloggers and magazines to keep you on the right track. I like to save my favorite recipes in bookmarks and browse them when Easter is approaching to get inspired and create something new or even making some of these healthy dishes. This year I also created an Easter Pinterest board to keep everything in one place. Farmers’ market is the best place to shop now, because all the spring greens – nettles, wild garlic, spinach, asparagus, parsley, watercress – are in season. Remember that holidays aren’t about stressing out with complicated dishes, but spending time with family and friends, chilling and …