Seed Cycling Balls for Hormone Balance – 2 Ways

Seed cycling was a big trend during the last years when hormone imbalances got a lot of attention from a lot of blogs and magazines. Without even knowing, some of us were somehow following the seed cycling schedule simply because we include a lot of seeds in our daily diet in the form of seed butter and tahini, or as a result of following a keto diet. As for myself, I always add seeds to my morning oats and sometimes in salads, but of course this doesn’t make me …

Green Detox Broccoli Salad

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It’s been a while since I last wrote on my blog, and I really missed it. A lot happened meanwhile – I’ve been involved into a huge project which helped me grow my food videography skills, serious health issues stroke in our little family, we’re still fighting the disease but trustfully looking for better days, and then spring happened. It’s so amazing how the cyclic reborn powers of the nature can …

Anti-Inflammatory Lentil Soup

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I find a lot of comfort into making soup from scratch, dicing the vegetables, watching them slowly simmering and tasting the first steamy sip. It’s one of the easy ways to connect with the ingredients we choose, a way of mindfully eat our food. Warming soups packed with nutrients are my go-to winter food, and this anti-inflammatory …

Overnight Oats for a Gentle Digestive Cleanse

Oatmeal is my go-to breakfast when I am at home and also when I travel. Eating them every day regulated my digestion, improved the nutrient absorption and helped my body tame the estrogen dominance. Even if I’m having eggs or avocado toasts in the morning, a small bowl of oats are never missing, because I consider them my first consistent fiber intake of the day. And for those times when oats are the highlight of my breakfast, I learned to …