It is key to lay the right foundation and relationship with food from an early age. Our children will quickly learn to gravitate towards healthier food and choose it when we serve it at home, because they will have established a positive connection with it. I am not saying they won’t like sweets (let’s be real), but it is much easier to keep a healthy balance without difficulties.
When you understand that emotions are energy, you’ll realize that they are fluid, moving resources meant to be felt and released. Suppressing and ignoring an emotion is actually harmful as we’ll see later, and is a sign of low emotional intelligence.
Do you want your toddler to be more interested in food? Cooking together is great not just in creating a positive association with food, but it’s also a bonding experience. And if you’re weary of creating mess in the kitchen, just come to my cooking class where you won’t have to do any cleaning up after the cooking is done! 🙂
Today I want to share a very quick recipe that you can make for the week ahead. It can be used as a dressing (if you dilute it a bit more), as a dip or as a substitute for mayonnaise.
I have seen this oddly looking root vegetable, that resembles a dried wooden stick at the farmer’s market before, but I never got the courage or interest to buy and try to cook it.
Welcome to another interview from the video series “Holistic Living in Luxembourg”.
Today we will talk with Vincent from Naturalis Balance about sports, achieving optimal health through eating the right foods, the role of supplements and our outlook in life.
Many parents are worried that their children are not getting enough nutrients. Iron is a nutrient that is often mentioned and there can be a lot of confusion regarding its best sources and absorbability. In this article we’ll clarify why iron is important in our children’s diet, what factors improve its absorbability and which foods are good sources of this important mineral. I am also including an exemplary meal plan for a child at the end of the article.
One reason we fail at our New Years’ Resolutions is that we don’t define our goal well enough. If you say I want to eat healthier, it just doesn’t offer that concrete actionable step that you can actually implement in order to make a healthy choice every day. It remains in the realm of wishful thinking so to say.
If you really want to make a positive change and eat healthier, try focusing on building simple habits in your every day routine. Here are 3 easy steps to do that.
Welcome to another interview from the series “Holistic Living in Luxembourg”. In this video I talk to Agnieszka from J’adore Bio about cosmetics and how the products we put on our skin on a daily basis can affect our health.
In this video my toddler and I are preparing some quick, delicious and nutritious pancakes. Hope you will like the video and the recipe! 🙂