Ginger & Lime

Ginger, as you have already noticed, reigns supreme in my kitchen all year round.

Autumn mixes with its scent, accompanied by other spices and fruits.

-Will I find something, in this kitchen, that does not look or taste like ginger?- My husband asked sharply, looking through the spices cupboard.

I looked around and burst out laughing.

Well, on the windowsill, in a basket … ginger.

In the spice drawer, dried … ginger.

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Ginger & Cardamon

Autumn, in my opinion, smells like ginger and cardamon.


What warming steam – right?

Ginger and Cardamon – their intensity can give a unique character to our infusions and dishes.
I always try to keep cardamom in a jar so that it does not lose its intensity. Every time I open it, this captivating aroma absorbs me fully. On the other hand, I cut ginger into various pieces and put it in tightly closed boxes in the freezer to always have it in stock.

Both of these autumn spices, in addition to their magical aroma, due to their warming properties and antibacterial properties, are valuable means of fighting colds, infections and even malaise.

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INHALE … & EXHALE…

April morning came with a chill, grey sky.

It was cold, though the early spring air burst through the tilted window to bring freshness to the closed walls and the singing of birds spread loud and clear through the empty streets.

Lying on the exercise mat I immediately move to a beautiful, fragrant, green meadow.

Inhale… exhale… hmm, silence.

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Immune system vs Lipoedema

The gentle singing of birds slowly pulled me out of my dream.

The needles of the morning light pierced the twilight of the sleeping silence, and the fresh, crisp air cleverly penetrated inside. I looked away. The orange-gold landscape surfaced more and more among the trees.

-Good morning, -I whispered tenderly, wrapping in a light blue blanket.

The cold, grey apartment quickly filled the glow of candles,

-Mmm, my favourite autumn – I sighed sipping aromatic decoction. I felt the heat spread centimetre by centimetre of my body. Blood begins to flow more freely, and thoughts take on a positive glow.

Autumn, always reminds me of my immune system, which is an intelligent, protective shield for the body. Our cells, organs and tissues work together to respond appropriately to dangerous viruses and bacteria. This system is not only in one place in the body, but it also consists of many parts and organs that perform a specific function. These include bone marrow, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, tonsils, intestine and the nervous system.

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Ave Avocado Pudding in 3 lovely ways #yummy

AVOCADO *BANANA* COCONUT* CACAO PUDDIN WITH…

… with Hazelnut, Manuka Honey, chia seeds and fresh Strawberries. A high amount of vitamin E in addition to B complex vitamins, Magnesium and Iron.

Ingredients for 4 small portions:

  • 1 big Avocado 100g 160 kcal, 8.53g of carbohydrates, 2g of Protein, 14.66g of Fat
  • 3 tbs spoon/30g dark cacao powder 160 kcal, 28,2g of Carbohydrates, 6.93g of protein, 6.51g of Fat
  • 1 bannana= around 120g  114 kcal, 28.2g of Carbohydrates 1.2g of Protein, 0.4g of Fat
  • 2 tbs = 40ml unsweetened-coconut milk 8 kcal,  1.08g of carbohydrates, 0.4g of Protein,  0.36g of Fat
  • 1 tsp cinnamon 12.2 kcal, 0.2g of Carbohydrates, 0.2g of Protein, 0.1g of Fat
  • 60g Hazelnuts   399 kcal, 3.6g of Carbohydrates, 8.4g of Protein, 37.8g of Fat
  • 1 tsp Manuka honey (+10) 15.2kcal, 4g of Carbohydrates, 0.03g of Protein, 0g of Fat

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Supplementation vs Lipoedema

A few words about history ..

Supplementation, supplements, healthy lifestyle, being healthy … slogans that have taken over not only the internet but also our lifestyle choice. Let’s look back a little bit to get to know the supplements again.

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OH, My Home Spa day…

The week is over-no doubt about it.  Our legs ( mind and soul ) need a little bit of rest, love and care.

Lipoedema Skin (skin- body’s largest organ )  is very sensitive and needs a lot of treatments to be moisturized, smooth and healthy.

It is good to avoid using cosmetics which contains perfumes, parabens, aluminium, SLS  or other inorganic ingredients.

You can Pop into your kitchen and create your own homemade beauty treats :

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I’m LIPOEDEMA GIRL…

  1. I Love food. I love mindful eating. I fuel my body with good nutrients and  provide it with enough water to be able to fully function every day
  2. I love my legs. They are a part of my wonderful body, which I provide love to every day. I take care of my legs, moisturize them, stretch my muscles and give them rest.
  3. I know how to deal with pain. I know this is the only information that my body sends to me. I examine them and find solutions to soothe the pain. I do baths with essential oils, I use Magnesium flakes or Epsom salt. Warm shower massage. I eat the right food. I do yoga and basic stretching. I am aware of my own relationship with the body.
  4. I am open to help and receive positive energy from my environment. I read I love books. I am full of peace, inspiration and joy thanks to them. I’m talking about Lipoedema and I share my experience. I try to educate every day. I am grateful for the help and a good word.
  5. I know my value. I do not care about malicious comments. Life is too beautiful and interesting to waste our energy on anger and despair. I turn every negative experience into positive. I learn from it but I do not think about it for a long time
  6. I am grateful for all the good I have

With love Nutrition vs Lipoedema.

12 babana-oats cookies

Good morning cookies. Those oats cookies with a glass of warm coconut milk can change every breakfast to lovely back to the past. They are very good for 2nd breakfast ( 3 cookies), after training (2 cookies), or snack (2 cookies) when you have invited to your friends for a cup of tea.

Oats remove your bad cholesterol, Bananas are a significant source of Potassium, Chia seeds contain Vitamin A, B, E, D and Dark Chocolate is a good source of Zinc and Magnesium

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Figs for Breakfast? Why not!

Figs – such beautiful fruit. Have a unique taste and texture. They are sweet, chewy and rich in fibre, magnesium, manganese, sodium, potassium, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6 and K.

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