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Everyone can learn to be happy – here are the steps you need to take, according to an article on mercola.com. Try them and experience the difference: Make happiness your goal The first step toward greater happiness is to choose it. You need to believe that happiness is possible, and that you deserve it. (Hint: You do. Everyone does!) Research shows that the mere intention to become happier actually makes a big difference.12 Identify what makes you happy If it’s been awhile since […] Continue reading →

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… not that we did not always know it, but it is good to see backed by research! Posted by: Dena Schmidt, staff writer in Exercise News November 28, 2016 7 Comments   109 (NaturalHealth365) Everyone is aware of the benefits of exercise including cardiovascular health, improved physical fitness and emotional well-being.  But, did you know – with the rising concerns about dementia – regular exercise can improve your memory? That’s right!  Just 15 minutes of exercise per day has […] Continue reading →

seed-crackers

These crackers are dead easy to prepare without any equipment and are a great stand-by for those snack attacks. They are delicious on their own, but also go with dips, humus, vegan cheeses,  as an accompaniment to soups or salads, cheeses and even with sweet toppings. They are nutrient dense, providing ample essential fatty acids and are very satisfying – so much better and healthier than plain old potato crisps. Ingredients 200 g sunflower seeds 60 g flax seeds (coarsely crushed in […] Continue reading →

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Recently I received a double delivery of organic beet root in my organic vegetable box by mistake. So I looked for a recipe in which I could use a lot of beet root. I found this one for a beet root soup, which I adapted into a simpler, more healthy version, and the result was delicious – just right for a cold Johannesburg mid-winter day, when – for once – the sun did not come out, making us feel rather uncomfortable. Ingredients: 2 onions 5 medium to large beet root a […] Continue reading →

Kuerbisgemuese

My late mother-in-law Milli was a cooking and handicraft teacher. She often cooked traditional foods from the most eastern federal state in Austria, Burgenland (at the Hungarian border), where she lived all her life. Many dishes in that area have a strong Hungarian influence. But she was also ahead of her time, as long before it became fashionable, she started using whole grains instead of white wheat flour, to make meals more nutritious. Whenever Milli visited us in South Africa, she […] Continue reading →

raw cacao fudge

I found this recipe today in one of the many newsletters on health and nutrition I receive in my inbox every day. It sounded so good, that I tried it out immediately, and it turned out to be amazing – it was all done in 10 minutes. It also set quickly in the fridge. I let a few clients taste. They loved it and demanded it be posted on this blog straight away. So, here we go: Ingredients: 1 cup dates 1 cup coconut oil (organic, I used the one with neutral taste) 1/2 cup water (use this […] Continue reading →

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This is an adaptation of a recipe by Mary-Ann Shearer. Using coconut oil instead of butter makes for a healthier type of fat in this recipe, as it is very heat resistant and does not oxidise as other fats do when heated. Besides this sweet is much better than any others containing refined sugar and artificial additives.  The Toffees freeze well and defrost quickly for a treat in a hurry. Ingredients 125 g organic coconut oil (normal or neutral taste) 4 heaped tablespoons of honey (raw, […] Continue reading →

  source: www.simplygreen.co.za / 24 April 2014     […] Continue reading →