“Where do get your protein from?” is probably the most frequent question a vegan gets asked. Interestingly, we never discuss the appropriate amount of daily protein-intake, nor health issues associated with hyper-protein-diets. Protein is still the key nutrient we worry about. Continue reading
Nowadays we find smoothies and juices on mainstream restaurants’ menus, still, I am often asked about the difference between smoothie and juice, and also, which of both is “better” … Continue reading
It is peak season for wild garlic!
I was lucky to find wild garlic leaves (also called ramsons) in Austria. The whole wood smelled of it, almost getting dizzy…. Part of the whole fun is picking our own food in the woods… Continue reading
You take a nutrition supplement, you drink some fruit juice after a night out, you do a soup detox for a couple of days – you might feel better or at least less guilty. And then? The chance is you go back to your regular habits. I have not seen yet anyone who succeeds with “quick-fixing”… Continue reading
Most of the times we imagine vegan foodies as a uniform group, simply bound by animal-free diet. However, today there are many different “forms” of being vegan. It is as erroneous to consider other minorities as homogenous, as it is to describe vegans as a group eating the same food.
Published in OM Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine (www.ommagazine.com), January 2017, p98-99.
A daring new paradigm in health. Stefan Lehner explains how we can improve our health and wellbeing – and other areas of our life – by making better, more conscious choices Continue reading
Korea not only exports funky hip moves to pop music, but also kimchi, a dish of fermented vegetables. A Korean meal without kimchi is like skiing without snow. And yes, kimchi is a close relative to its Central European “cousin”, the sauerkraut. Continue reading