I believe there are a few fundamental keys to a good, ‘happy’ healthy diet, and instead of repeating myself so often, its time for me to finally write them down here. So here goes the summary. I will get into details in separate new posts. Stay tuned for more! Continue reading “4 keys to a happy diet”
The Dutch Secret
With so much lycra around these days, stylish looking racing bikes, runners, power joggers and Organic supermarkets popping up like ‘paddenstoelen’ (toadstools) you’d think the whole country is on a health kick. Continue reading “Going DUTCH -the healthy way”
So, the first month of 2015 is over now. Did you have resolutions but gave up on them already? No worries, you still have 11 more months to try again ; ). And summer is coming up (also a good motivator). You don’t need a New Years Eve to start something good. If you gave up already, theres no reason not to do a ‘Retry’.
Some people have asked me what I find is the best way to lose weight, stay motivated and disciplined. So here are 3 tips for your Retry in the next 11 months: Continue reading “2015 Resolution Retry: 3 tips”
Oatmeal cookies with… cranberries, chocolate, peanut(butter), banana and.. read on >>>
(Glutenfree & -refined- sugarfree) Continue reading “Oatmeal Cranberry Choco Crunchy Cookies”
Who says fast food is unhealthy? Healthy cooking can be fast too! It’s why I love my wok!
Cooking during the week: like all of us busy-bodies, I like it easy, fast and practical. Healthy. AND TASTY!
It’s why I ALWAYS have some basic ingredients in the kitchen to rely on… and have my ways to make sure I’m not spending too much time trying to figure out what I want for dinner in the first place.
Just sharing what works for me: it might help you with your own grocery-kitchen rituals ; )
There are so many reasons to avoid refined sugars, saturated fats and ‘fast carbs’ (for health and weight loss). Trying to avoid them will make you realise you find them in nearly every (packaged) product.
And if you don’t eat bread and prefer to keep the egg-breakfasts to the weekends like me, you’ll wonder what IS a good breakfast. We can’t live on only fruit.
We Europeans are starting to catch up with the U.S.’ anti-gluten hype; I’m noticing more and more people are interested. Over here, the gluten-free diet has been associated with health freaks (and of course people with gluten allergy), but word is spreading the gluten-free diet is the way to energetic health and weight loss (making it more popular). But is it, really?
Some of us will remember our grandparents having the custom of eating fish on fridays. Some families still do. It’s a religious thing. I guess religion can be very healthy *wink* Continue reading “Friday; fishday! (or; Omega 3 day!)”