Ginger Lemon shot – Great benefits


Ginger Lemon shot recipe – Small shot, Great benefits


Ginger shot recipes are extremely tasty and nutritious. If you have not yet tried it, you should definitely give it a shot.


Ginger is a favorite ingredient in most of our juice recipes we drink daily.
Fresh ginger tastes appealingly aromatic, spicy, tangy, fresh and hot.
Ginger can be combined with almost any other vegetable and fruit.
Ginger is classified as an aromatic bitter herb and belongs to the same family as turmeric and cardamom. And like its cousins, ginger is very nutrient dense.


Coconut ice cream Healthy recipe


Enough for: 2-4 persons

takes: 10 minutes + 6 hours freezing


  • 1 can coconut cream, unsweetened (400mL)
  • 1 ripe pear or banana
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  • stevia, maple syrup, palmsugar or erythritol (optional).13148416_10154131964224844_965050342_o

Parsnip, spice and Chocolate chip cake


Does that sound odd? I know! But there is something about the combination of parsnip, spices and chocolate, that I love. The cake is comforting, filling and satisfies my sweet tooth. The parsnip behaves just like carrot in a cake, keeps it nice and moist. It is a recipe that keeps me coming back.
I´ve adapted this recipe and made it refined sugar-free and gluten-free.


How I stayed healthy through my pregnancies The importance of good nutrition and supplementation throughout pregnancy


How I stayed healthy through my pregnancies

In both my pregnancies I was focused on living healthy. I was thinking that through the pregnancy I shouldn´t be “selfish” as I wasn´t just eating for myself I was “building” a little person and I wanted my little baby to be as healthy as possible. After all, 9 months is just a short period of my whole life.


6 months after giving birth


4 days before giving birth

In both pregnancies I was feeling very sick throughout the 1st trimester. Every smell would make me sick, I had to open the windows in the whole house as suddenly the house had a smell of concrete that I have never even noticed before, – or after for that matter! I couldn’t be near the kitchen as the smell of food would make me feel sick, and of course that isn´t possible especially in my second pregnancy as I had a little one already, and he was always hungry. I just had to close my nose whenever I was cooking!
In the 1st trimester I tried very hard to find healthy foods that didn’t make me feel too sick, but it got a lot easier when the sickness went away. In both pregnancies I would go for a walk every day one to one and a half hour, and I did 2-3 hours of Pilates a week. I worked at my clinic until the day I gave birth both times.

In my first pregnancy I did my best to live, how I thought, healthy at the time. I do not like meat very much, but I did a little effort to have some protein in my diet. Looking back though I wasn’t eating balanced meals. I would for instance have just a salad for lunch, basically just water! I kept refined carbs at a minimum, which I believe is the best, but I didn’t eat enough protein and fat to give me the energy I needed. I had a great pregnancy but I was always very tired, had a big temper and I was craving chocolate and sweet stuff all the time… I shall never forget the day my poor husband opened a chocolate bar right in front of me, when he knew I was trying to stay away from that stuff!!! Poor man ;).