If I’d have to fill in my favorite holiday in a quiz, I would definitely choose Easter over Christmas. While Christmas is the only thing I love about winter (and the first snow, of course), Easter represents the moment when I feel I truly start living. I am a very solar person, I love summer and function best when I spend a lot of time outside, under the sunlight.
I can’t think of one single person that I know who doesn’t like pizza. If you’re nodding your head in agreement then whip out your apron darling, because a pizza party is the perfect excuse to have your friends over for some fun!And since we’re going to go to the trouble of making it all from scratch, this gluten-free and vegan chickpea pizza,..
This minestrone soup is all about adding in as many fresh green veggies you can find available! I imagined this soup as a healing pot that will infuse my cells with chlorophyl, oxygen and antioxidants, so they will wake up refreshed to a new life under the spring sun, balance the hormone production, enhance mood, and create energy for new projects, new ideas and new challenges. Does is sound like an ode to spring? It actually is, because the latest snowfalls just at the debut of March marked my overall balance and I need every fresh nutrient I can take to gain back my wellbeing.
I’m constantly varying and improving the antioxidant intake in my diet and mornings are the best moments to create a strong antioxidant combo.Making a creative breakfast bowl is a nice way to start the day and I love putting together colorful ingredients to reach my antioxidant-rich diet goal. This also offers me the simple pleasure of….
In my search for new exciting recipes, while trying to avoid the boredom of rotating the same meals every week, I’ve experimented this very green loaded pasta salad and it turned out to be a win. Variety is important across the diet in order to maintain maximum intake of nutrients. Herbs and spices are important, not only for great flavor but they are also….
You might have noticed convenient packets of spiced chickpeas in the snack aisle of your local supermarket, which is a bit of a new craze! These make for some super healthy snacks but unfortunately also contain some not-so-healthy additives and preservatives to help keep their shelf life. Making roasted chickpeas snack at home gives you the control over the ingredients. Plus, they are much …