Eating Right?

Usually when you have bodily issues people ask you, are you eating right?
Personally I don’t believe that there is one way that fits all, but I definitely believe that we have a personal right or wrong way. The trick is to figure out what works for you!

I thrive on a Plantbased Vegan diet, and of course I advocate this way of living due to it’s numerous health benefits, the fact that it doesn’t hurt this planet, and that it promotes equal rights for all living beings.

I used to be very sick, and I’m still struggling with some weight issues due to some chemical unbalances, but this way of living is really helping me to balance my body and mind, and it brings my soul peace. People often ask me what I eat, so I thought I would share a picture and some recipes of what I eat.
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A Sallad. 
This one is really simple.

1 Yellow Bell pepper diced
A bunch of lettuce
1 Avocado
1/2 Apple (I usually don’t mix fruit and veggies, but made an exception here)
1 carrot that I pealed with a potato peeler
6 cocktail tomatoes
3 inches/ 8 cm of cucumber
1 TBS Chia Seeds as a topping

5 sun dried tomatoes
1 tomato
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 TBS Olive oil
Some fresh oregano and basil to taste
1 pitch of salt and pepper
Mix everything smooth in a high speed blender or food processor.

Sometime I add a smoothie to the meal.
This one is a delicious and filling blueberry smoothie
you’ll find the recipe here.

Blueberry Pudding. Well, I was extra hungry and in the mood for blueberries this day, but you can use any berries in this recipe.

1/2 cup of buckwheat (soaked for 30 min and thoroughly rinsed)
1 TBS of coconut cream (you can make this by mixing coconut flakes in a high speed blender until they turn creamy) or use optional nut or seed butter.
1 cup of berries
1 banana
2 TBS coconut nektar or agave

Mix everything smooth in your blender. Serve with 1 TBS hemp seeds and some berries as a topping .

I hope this has inspired you to create some colorful creations of your own. I would love to know how an average meal looks at your table? what works for your body? Drop me a line or send me a link to your blog.

Wishing you all a healthy and happy day.


Nice Cream

It’s hot in Stockholm today! Luckily I alway keep some bananas in the freezer so I can make myself some cooling “nice cream”.  This recipe is so easy, and the best part is, it tastes like ice cream but it’s HEALTHY!

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3 frozen Bananas
1 TBSP of Raw Cacao or Carob
1 TBSP of Nut butter (I used Peanut butter)

Mix everything together in a High speed blender. If you have a regular blender or food processor, then let the bananas soften for 15 min before you mix.
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You can use some fresh berries as a topping, or maybe some coconut flakes and cacao nibs?
With every bite remember that this is good for you, and your body deserves it.
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Can Chocolate Be Healthy?

March is health awareness month, and Shari’s Berries approached me and asked if I could create a Healthy Chocolate recipe. It got me thinking about what’s great about chocolate? well, what’s not great!! This divine bean is full of magnesium and Iron, that we need to nourish our beautiful bodies. It’s also a powerful stimuli that makes our endorphins dance like nobody is watching…. no wonder we CRAVE it!

I have created a 3 Minute Chocolate Mint Truffle, for the active Man/Woman. This delicious little pice of heaven will melt in your mouth, give you a taste of freshness and make your cells do the cha-cha.
I only use Raw Organic ingredients that will help repair and nourish your cells and give you a ton of energy to tackle your day.

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RECIPE: (6 Truffles)

2 TBSP Coconut Oil
3 TBSP Of Optional Sweetener like Raw Maple Syrup, Raw Honey or Raw Agave.
2-3 TBSP Raw Cocoa Powder
3 TBSP Shredded Coconut (or any other nut)
2 TBSP Of Cacao Nibs
6 drops of Cold pressed Peppermint Oil
Some Gojis or other berries as topping.

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Put all the ingredients in a bowl and stir them together until it’s a smooth paste for a couple of minutes to get the right truffle texture, if you cant wait eat them creamy straight away.

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I hope that you enjoy this recipe with body and soul. You deserve to feel GREAT!
Sending you some Butterfly Kisses!

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Healthy Peanut Butter Cups

Do you ever get a craving for something unhealthy? Like a snickers bar or any other store bought chocolate?
Then this is a recipe for you. These super easy Peanut Butter Cups take 3 minutes to make and they taste DIVINE.
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2 TBSP raw peanut butter

1 TBSP raw organic coconut oil

1 TBSP raw honey or agave

1 1/2 TBSP  raw cacao powder

1 TBSP raw cacao nibs for extra crunch (you can skip this, or substitute it with coconut flakes.)

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Stir everything together with a spoon, or why not get in there and use your hands. Roll the dough into small balls and put them in the refrigerator for a couple of minutes, or if you like them creamy, eat them straight away.

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So, the next time you crave something unhealthy, give your body this delicious and HEALTHY protein boost instead.

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Strawberry Saffron Cake

OMG! I’m in Raw Food heaven right now! My backup singer and her family were supposed to stop by yesterday, but their precious little angel felt bad so they had to cancel last minute. I had already made this delicious Strawberry and Saffron Cake, so now I guess me and my boys have to finish it by our selves…buhuhu. Seriously guys, this cake is divine, and the best part is, it’s good for you! Can you believe it? It’s sugar free, high protein and full of good fats and vitamins.

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1 cup of soaked Organic Almonds
1 cup of soaked Organic Cashews
1 cup of soaked Organic Sunflower Seeds
1/4 cup of Soaked Organic Sesame Seeds
9-12 organic Dates (depending on size)
1 TBSP Organic Coconut Oil
1 pack of Organic Saffron

Mix everything together in your food processor. Shape the dough into a cake on your plate.

2 cups of Organic Strawberries (frozen)
1 Cup of Soaked Organic Cashews
1/2 Cup of Soaked Organic Sunflower Seeds
1 Organic Banana
4 Organic Dates
2 TBSP Organic Coconut Oil

Mix everything together in a high speed blender until it’s smooth. Pour the topping on top of the cake.
Top it of with some shredded Organic Raw Chocolate or some delicious berries. Put in the fridge for at least 30 min before serving.


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Hemp Balls Recipe

I love hemp! You can make so much from this precious weed. In my opinion, If every nation would start growing hemp to use as food and clothes (amongst other things) this planet would be a happier place. Here is a delicious and nutritious recipe for your mind, body and spirit.
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Your inner Hippie will thank you for this.


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Blueberry Pudding!

Mmmmm oh my!! This pudding is one of my favorite breakfasts and desserts. It’s full of antioxidants, vitamins, protein and good fats. A perfect treat for a snowy day like this.
(see recipe below)

1/2 cup of soaked organic cashew (soak for at least 4 hours)
1/2 cup of organic blueberries
1 organic banana
1 organic date

Mix everything together in a high-speed blender like the vitamix. If you have a weak blender, you can use a coffee grinder to mix the cashews into a powder (only works with dry nust) before you throw them in the blender.

The nuts will give you enough fat and proteins to hold you until lunch.
Now go on and shine like the star you are.

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