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
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.
When talking about nutrition and healthy eating one of the common comments will be “but, eating is about pleasure”! Exactly, eating shall be pleasure. To be precise, eating shall also be pleasure.
We go through transformation all the time, at every moment of our lives. Whether we like it nor, whether we are aware or not, we are facing continuous change around us and within us. Even our strongest forces, convictions and attempts cannot stop the only permanent force there is: “change”. An Indian sage (Swâmi Prajnânpad who died in 1974) – whose messages I appreciate a lot – said that “difference is a guiding principle in human life, and change is just difference over time”.
Prenez par exemple les baies de goji, le cacao cru, la poudre de maca, l’extrait de meringue et l’acai: qu’ont-ils tous en commun? Eh bien, ces aliments sont presque toujours considérés comme «super aliments» (par la suite appelés « superfoods »). En effet, le mot “superfoods” donne envie et sonne bien. Mais est-ce que ces superfoods – comme on nous fait croire – sont-ils vraiment « mieux », « plus puissants », « plus nutritifs » et « parfaits pour stimuler notre santé »?
It must have been years that I came cross the statement “thrive, not just survive” with regards to health and wellbeing – even though I cannot remember, who said it… What if, we would feel not just “OK”, “quite good” and “everything all right”, but we felt really energetic, at ease and physically very fit?