Salvia Hispania, commonly known as Chia, is a species of the flowering plant in the mint family. The chia is originally grown in Mexico, where the seeds are highly valued for their medicinal properties and nutritional value. Chia seeds are nutrient dense and full of energy boosting power. Chia is rated among the highest antioxidant, higher … Continue reading Super food session # 3 – Chia seed, the supplement for anyone who needs energy and endurance.
Fibers are essential for wellness and weight loss. They make us feel fuller longer and decreases the amount of time food waste spends inside our body and reduces the risk of infection or cell changes due to carcinogens, that are being produces when some food, particular meat degrades. A frequent meat-eater with a low fiber intake will normally … Continue reading Weight management session # 5, why eatings your fibers is so crucial for weight loss and wellness, written by Lis Thorolvsen
Pomegranate is a Superfood and amazing antioxidant Pomegranate is native to southwestern Asia but is now cultivated in many warm and dry regions, and in the Mediterranean, it is prized for fertility and longevity benefits. The pomegranate or Punica granatum is a shrub that produces a red round fruit there looks like an apple but classed … Continue reading Super food session # 2 Pomegranate an amazing antioxidant and booster for health, written by Lis Thorolvsen
Todays recommendation is 45-65 % Carbohydrates, 20-35 % fat and 10-35 % protein, however when it comes to adjusting what to eat for weight loss there are so many suggestions on the internet, all ranging from Atkins diet, low carb diet, cabbage diet, no fat diet and all raw diet, needless to say very confusing and … Continue reading Weight management session 4, there is always some other alternatives, written by Lis Thorolvsen
Vitamins and minerals are a group of substances essential for normal cell function, growth, and development. There are many ways to obtain the recommended daily allowance, but eating fresh produce should be the primary. An antioxidant is a molecule there inhibits a chemical reaction of free radicals leading to cell damage. Antioxidants terminate these reactions … Continue reading Vitamin lesson # 1 – Vitamin C
Written by Lis Thorolvsen Quinoa is a grain and a complete protein and fantastic wheat-free alternative to starch. Add cooked Quinoa to your smoothie, use on top of salad, mix with brown rice, substitute for rice, add to wraps, use it as breading or as binding with minced meat. Quinoa is easy to prepare, often one part … Continue reading Super food session # 1 – Quinoa, a complete protein with anti-inflammatory nutrients.
Written by Lis Thorolvsen A Greek botanist was the first to describe milk thistle’s healing properties, which is especially native to the Mediterranean region. This natural remedy has been used since the first century to help maintain proper liver function and is mostly known as a detox liver remedy. Milk thistle is shown to decrease, or even reverse … Continue reading Herbal lesson # 5 – Milk thistle your liver’s best friend. Make your own remedy.
Water is one of the most important aspect for general health and for weight loss as it is the one thing that the body so desperately depends upon. Our body is composed of approximately 60% water and is used for digestion, absorption, detoxification, circulation, transportation of nutrients and regulating body temperature, all essential functions for optimum health. … Continue reading Weight management session 3, water the forgotten nutrient, essential for general health and weight loss
written by Lis Thorolvsen Eating too much every once in a while is normal and eating for emotional reasons is unfortunately also becoming normal for many people. Being a mindless eater is one of the main reason why today's world has so many overweight and obese people and sadly it is growing by the day. … Continue reading Weight management session 2, Mindless eating and portion control