Intermittent fasting or time restricted eating is when we do not eat for an extended period.
We all respond differently to the food we eat based on our genes, environment we live in, stress level and physical specificities.
Functional medicine is the medicine of the future. The traditional medical approach of treating the disease and the symptoms does not address the root cause of the problem.
Roasted vegetables are super easy and are a very good way to eat more of them. Choose vegetables in different colors.
This is a much more noutritious version of the Bulgarian Shopska Salata. Because of the balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat, this salad is very satisfying and is the perfect lunch or dinner.
This pudding is wonderful for breakfast or dessert. Rich in fiber, antioxidants and omega3 fats, the chia is a super food.
This bean hummus is delicious and easy to prepare. Legumes are some of the champions in terms of nutritional value.
Hummus is a wonderful food. Rich in fiber, protein, good fats and also it is very versatile.
This green smoothie will give you the energy you need for the day. Full of micronutrients and antioxidants, this is the optimal breakfast for everyone.
This delicious gluten free bread is also easy to make. It is my go-to bread these days. It is rich in fiber, B vitamins, protein and it is good for gut health.
Besides fibre apples also have pectin that supports healthy microbiome.
Not cooking the oats will preserve many of the minerals, making them packed with nutrients.
With two kinds of legumes and green beans this is a fibre powerhouse. It is also rich in protein and the many spices make it even anti-inflammatory.