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Nourish Your Intelligence Daily

How to increase neurogenesis with mindful nutrition. Best foods that increase memory, concentration and eye health.

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Back-To-Basics Smoothie Recipe

Very Easy To Make Smoothie With Three Ingredients

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Fortify Your Smoothie Bowl in 7 steps

How to get your smoothie bowl to the next level: with superfoods!

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Raw “Rice” Pudding Breakfast Ideas

Highly nutritious raw breakfast (snack): frozen cauliflower rice (I leave it overnight in the fridge to melt a bit; it tastes like pudding the next day!) You can use the whole package of 1/2 of the package, depending how much volume you want. In a bowl, mix your “rice” with a half of a cup […]

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Fortify Your Smoothie Bowl in 7 steps

How to get your smoothie bowl to the next level: with superfoods!

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Time for a SALAD: 3 home-made dressings

Make your plate your canvas! 1st: Lettuce, tomatoes, yams and arugula. Dressing: lime juice, jalapeno, mustard, scallion, cucumber, avocado and celery 2nd: Steamed veggies, lettuce and sprouted lentils. Dressing: only lime juice,kelp (seeweed is great and nutritious alternative to salt, check here ->),  and nutritional yeast 3rd: Beets, cherry tomatoes and chard Dressing: Blend on small […]

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Post-workout raw dinner for one

Hello lovelies, Here`s a quick and nutritious meal that can fill you up alone or serve it as a side dish. What you need: 2 heads of lettuce and cherry tomatoes topped in the delicious and tart orange-mustard-turmeric dressing. For the dressing: Blend 2,3 celery sticks with one small orange, pear and jalapenos mustard and […]

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Nature`s candy smoothie: No sugar!

Whether you are a devoted fruit lover or just trying to find healthy alternatives to your favorite sweets, this recipe will leave you satiated! What you need: Frozen strawberries (I used a package), one or two bananas, scoop of carob powder or Maca (or both) and touch of cinnamon. Blend until smooth and enjoy! You […]

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Vibrant beet salad: nutritious and filling

If you want a low in calories and yet dense in vitamins and minerals meal, go for this recipe: Blend beets and carrots together (adding mustard and miso paste for taste) and serve with chopped broccoli and zucchini.  A nice zest is fresh lemon juice on top or balsamic vinegar. Find me on Instagram. Facebook

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