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  • bio-energy What is food ? … and matter

    Well, it's obvious we eat for sustenance. Our bodies create energy out of the things we ingest. So it seems natural that if we eat poor food the we would get a poor lifestyle. But what is food? Food is matter, like any other object in our world. But what is ...

  • Baclava Sweet, delicious treats

    People love candy, cakes, and ice cream. :D I have to admit that I have a sweet tooth and I'm OK with it. However, no soda, energy drinks & other junky treats. Less processed, more natural, home baked desserts, preferably. Depending on who you are and how your metabolism and organism ...

  • Lotus Water

    How basic. How much we neglect it or ignore it. It's key element in the composition of organic matter. Besides the regular ol' advice of drinking at least 8 glasses of water every day, there are a few more interesting facts about water. There is a guy called Massaru Emoto who has ...

  • grains Grains

    The all around food of the last centuries. Bread, pasta, pizza, rice, wheat, cereals, you name it. Some people are pro and some oppose grains. I stand in between. Cereals have their role in our diet, but you have to know yourself, so you can eat the right amount needed by ...

What is food ? … and matter

Well, it’s obvious we eat for sustenance. Our bodies create energy out of the things we ingest. So it seems natural that if we eat poor food the we would get a poor lifestyle. But what is food? Food is matter, like any other object in our world. But what is physical matter and how should physical matter that we ingest be? By our definitions matter is everything that we  [ Read More ]

Science, Spirituality, and Health

I want to cover the realms of health & fitness from more perspectives than just the old food and working out. In my opinion the biggest factor that influence our looks, health, and mood is our consciousness and the thoughts and intentions we create with our Infinite power. This is the age of information and we are conditioned to think in rational terms. We are disconnected from our inner self,  [ Read More ]

Sweet, delicious treats

People love candy, cakes, and ice cream. I have to admit that I have a sweet tooth and I’m OK with it. However, no soda, energy drinks & other junky treats. Less processed, more natural, home baked desserts, preferably. Depending on who you are and how your metabolism and organism responds to sweet pleasures, eat as much as it is good for you. I understood that holding back or restraining  [ Read More ]

Water

How basic. How much we neglect it or ignore it. It’s key element in the composition of organic matter. Besides the regular ol’ advice of drinking at least 8 glasses of water every day, there are a few more interesting facts about water. There is a guy called Massaru Emoto who has done a few interesting experiments with water and how it changes its molecular structure just from words and  [ Read More ]

Grains

The all around food of the last centuries. Bread, pasta, pizza, rice, wheat, cereals, you name it. Some people are pro and some oppose grains. I stand in between. Cereals have their role in our diet, but you have to know yourself, so you can eat the right amount needed by your body. Depending on how active you are, you can eat more or less. Grains contain complex carbohydrates. Short  [ Read More ]

Eggs

Food for the morning. I think it’s the easiest breakfast to cook. Eggs contain a lot of minerals and important nutrients. Also, the amino acid spectrum is complete, providing us with quality proteins. Forget the old cholesterol myth, because quality eggs have a positive impact upon health. How can we tell which are the good eggs and which are the fool eggs? Choose organic or buy from the farmers’ markets.  [ Read More ]

Milk & Cookies

Love milk and dairy. Milk is my favourite drink after water. Tasty, nutritious and sweet. I go for the natural, raw milk that I buy from the farmers’ markets. Same goes for the butter and cream. It’s obvious why I love the natural products, first of all they taste way better than the packed dairy products in stores. After you have some of the real thing, you realise that the  [ Read More ]

Fruity

Probably my favourite group. Delicious and nutritious! You can eat them at any time of the day or as a snack. What I like to do is eat an apple or pear in the morning on an empty stomach, because it helps digestion and the nutrients and juices from the fruits get absorbed faster in the body, because the stomach is empty. I love bananas! I am bananas . But  [ Read More ]

Veggies

You’ve heard plenty about them. It them at every meal, all the colours they come in, cook them in every way you can possibly think of. Veggies also make food much easier to chew, because of their juicy, mushy texture. So, digestion occurs easier and you get the benefits of antioxidants and other important nutrients. I recommend eating seasonal veggies and fruits, too. The amount of bio-available nutrients in the vegetables  is  [ Read More ]

The Animal

We love, cherish, worship it for thousands of years. Animals symbolise prosperity, love. power, and so many other things. But our main interest in it is nourishment. It nourishes our bodies with the nutrients and energy that it has accumulated during its lifetime. From fish to cattle, each has something to offer us. It could be its flesh or its “gifts”, like roe or milk. Each of us gets bombarded  [ Read More ]


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What is food ? ... a

Well, it's obvious we eat for sustenance. Our bodies create ...

Science, Spiritualit

I want to cover the realms of health & fitness ...

Sweet, delicious tre

People love candy, cakes, and ice cream. :D I have to ...

Water

How basic. How much we neglect it or ignore it. ...

Grains

The all around food of the last centuries. Bread, pasta, ...

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