I hope you like almonds? I have just written an article on "12 delicious ways to use almonds"!
This should give you enough details to do your own almond meal, almond butter, almond milk and cook few gluten free recipes!
How do you make sure your weekend leaves you refreshed for next week? It may seem impossible with all you have to do at home or with your kids, but taking time to refresh and recharge your mind is essential. When you are rested and healthy, you will also have more energy for your family and for you too ☺ Use this time to do something you enjoy!
I have listed 12 ideas for you to have some “me-time”!!
I have compiled below some of my recommendations and criteria to look before buying a yoghurt. I am not concerned about the fat in yoghurt as usually from his natural state, so I am not looking for a Fat Free Yoghurt. But keep in mind that a “normal” Fat content for a yoghurt is usually 3 to 4%.
Do you know the percentage of almonds contained in commercialised almond milks? It is usually around 2-3%!
I wanted to make my own almond milk to increase this percentage but also to taste a real almond milk without any additives or sweeteners. I found on an article that by doing your own almond milk the almond percentage is 18-20%.
During a follow up coaching session with my client, we looked at healthier alternatives to swap her supermarket jam for something healthier. While discussing her taste I suggested her to try making a home made raspberry or strawberry chia seed jam. I have shared the recipe with her and thought you might like it as well. This recipe is free from refined sugar.
Do you know the amount of sugar in a traditional jam?
Well...I used to think that they were healthy...but now that I have done some researches, I will say that it also depends if you buy them at the supermarket or if you make them yourself at home!!
Did you know that most of the muesli bars available in the supermarkets contain more than 18% is sugar? Some contain up to 31% of sugar! And sometimes the sugar doesn't even come from natural dried fruits but simply added refined sugar...