I?m a therapist, writer, two-time cancer survivor, mediation-addict and an unshakable optimist, that likes to keep things real, while drinking my green juice. I guide and support people though all kinds of ?wake-up calls? with my method and programs. To help them to become the happiest, healthiest and best version that they can be. Because that is what we all deserve! If you want that too, you have come to the right place. Join me and find out how you can get started.?
Chocolate mousse and healthy, are you sure those two words belong in the same sentence? Well yes they do with this recipe! Making healthy choices doesn’t mean you have to skip dessert. This mousse is made of avocado and raw cocoa powder. Maybe those ingredients don’t scream ‘lovely dessert’ to you yet but the result is going to surprise you.READ MORE
As I already wrote in my article about fermented foods, these foods are essential to keep the gut healthy. And a healthy immune system starts with a healthy gut. Miso soup is one way to get your share of fermentation. Miso is a paste made from soybeans, sea salt and koji. It ferments for about 3 months up to 3 years. One of the active ingredients in miso is zybicolin, which plays a major role in the detoxification of your body through pollution, radioactivity and chemicals in the soil and food system.READ MORE
I try to eat sprouts at least a few times a week. They are one of the best locally-grown foods you can get and taste delicious and fresh in a salad, on a sandwich or just add a wisp in your homemade soup. Sprouts are the edible shoots of germinated crops like beans, seeds, nuts and grains.READ MORE
Turmeric. If you like to cook, chances are big it’s already present in your kitchen. Turmeric is quite a common spice in the Asian cuisine, especially the Indian. It gives those Indian curries their characteristic yellow color, together with a mild bittery taste. But did you know it’s also a powerful antioxidant and that is anti-viral and anti-bacterial? And that it seems to have great potential to fight cancer, especially colorectal cancer? Lately, turmeric has been the object of numerous anti-cancer studies.READ MORE
Almost every day (not always, I have bummer days as well) I feel a deeply rooted gratitude for life. I am grateful to have healed from cancer twice; grateful for everything I have learned during and after being sick. And of course enormously grateful I can now support and coach others that are going through the similar experiences I had.READ MORE
When I got cancer for the second time, I changed my lifestyle drastically. And that didn’t just happened overnight. Learning new routines, new eating habits, new ways of looking at life, it takes time and effort. You can’t just do it all at once.READ MORE
My health programs support people in resetting their life and recovering their healthREAD MORE