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  • What makes your christmas taste buds go wild? Cinnamon is the spice that is able to transmit the magical spirit of Christmas. And if mixed with almonds and raisins, like in our eat Cinnamon [...]

    In the christmas bakery

    In the christmas bakery
    Published : 12/20/2018

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  • “Spekulatius” is unarguably THE Christmas biscuit. What most of us wouldn’t expect: that the traditional Christmas cookie can be traced back to the Middle Ages, where it was common in monas [...]

    Its advent season! And time for sweet surprises
  • Chocolat, is not only the title of one of the most successful love movies of our time that put the delight of chocolate on a movie stage, but has become probably the most essential ingredient of [...]

    Chocolat – sinnfully delicious
  • Maybe the only tree that fruits in autumn is the chestnut tree. Chestnuts are much more known for their decorative look rather than for their health boosting properties. Though they are not only [...]

    Chestnut season

    Chestnut season
    Published : 11/13/2018

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  • We hear it more and more: „ketogenic diet” and “intermittent fasting”. Especially today with the habit of overconsumption, and increasing numbers of people suffering from obesity, diabetes and co [...]

    Let’s go: ketogenic

    Let’s go: ketogenic
    Published : 11/06/2018

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  • Coke is the „bad-boy”amongst official soft drinks. The fact that coca cola contains as much as 10.6 Grams of sugar per 100 Millilitres, or 35 sugar cubes per litre, has by now become “common know [...]

    Over-sugared

    Over-sugared
    Published : 10/30/2018

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  • Strawberry, Raspberry, Pumpkin, Blueberry… wait! Isn´t there something wrong? Not at all! The pumpkin indeed belongs to the genus berry and therefore even is the largest berry in the world. Wo [...]

    The Pumpkin

    The Pumpkin
    Published : 10/24/2018

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  • Who has not heard about the white, sometimes hard and sometimes liquid fat? Together with other coconut products, coconut oil has been a staple food for many nations for thousands of years. The [...]

    Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil
    Published : 10/16/2018

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  • Cut in thin slices, dried in the midday sun, smoked over the fire and mixed with native herbs and spices – it’s a recipe born in nature, used by many indigenous people around the world. For cen [...]

    Beef Jerky – best paleo protein source
  • Slowly but steadily we are moving towards colder temperatures and thus we are probably experiencing a growing appetite for more heart-warming fruits and vegetables. Particularly figs seem to [...]

    Fig + Banana = perfect energy
  • Having just come back from Africa myself, I am still overwhelmed by the abundance and diversity of wildlife and nature this country has to offer. Therefore, I want to dedicate this article to a [...]

    The spirit of Africa

    The spirit of Africa
    Published : 09/25/2018

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  • Manuka honey is experiencing a recent resurgence in the food and wellness world. Manuka is believed to and by now proven to outweigh by far the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant [...]

    Honey Guide: what is it about Manuka honey?
  • Autumn is on our doorstep and so it is time to adjust our culinary cravings to more heart-warming flavours. Apple pies have made up a traditional part of a more wintery diet not just since the [...]

    Apple-Pies

    Apple-Pies
    Published : 09/04/2018

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  • We only know her by her English name – cranberries. This tiny little berry from America is quickly gaining increasing fame and popularity also in European latitudes. Because as small and i [...]

    Eat Cranberry

    Eat Cranberry
    Published : 08/22/2018

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  • Propolis – already the name sounds like magic. Commonly known as “bee glue”, propolis is used by honey bees as a building material inside their hives. By now it is also being collected by us huma [...]

    Propolis More than just honey
  • While we were talking about how you can effectively build up your internal sunscreen (see article “Astaxanthin”), today it is about the external use of how to naturally treat a sunburn. As more a [...]

    A natural way to treat sunburns?
  • Summer is in full swing – every day right now is a blue sky kissed by the sun. We could almost get used to this Mediterranean like weather. And knowing what winter feels like, we absorb the w [...]

    A natural skin protector for your next sun burn
  • Milk is probably one of the most established and researched foods out there. And despite the fact that our supermarkets burst over with ever-new milk alternatives such as oat, -almond, -rice, [...]

    On the milky way

    On the milky way
    Published : 07/13/2018

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  • Let’s talk about flowers. We have already talked about the wondrous qualities of hibiscus (29.06). Today I want to steer attention towards the queen of all flowers: roses. Especially in our s [...]

    Roses - More than just beautiful
  • Hibiscus, already the name melts away in your mouth and awakens your longing for tropical sunshine and exotic colorful islands. The hibiscus plant thrives in tropical and subtropical climates. [...]

    Flower Power: Hibiscus tea

    Flower Power: Hibiscus tea
    Published : 06/29/2018

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  • Their names range from Red Bull, to Rhino’s or Monster Energy: Energy drinks promise to make you fly. But the result of “Stiftung Warentest” reveals: they are unnecessary and at worst, in case of [...]

    Energy Drinks uncovered

    Energy Drinks uncovered
    Published : 06/22/2018

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  • Continuing on from last week’s berry’s hunt (strawberry) we are now going for the blue instead of the red. In the end, it is a fundamental characteristic of the “paleo lifestyle” to source one’s [...]

    Blue, -blue, -blues berries

    Blue, -blue, -blues berries
    Published : 06/15/2018

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  • No fruit embodies the freshness and lushness of summer as good as the strawberry. Colour, shape and taste make her one of the most desirable fruits that mother earth produces. Though they are [...]

    Time for Strawberries

    Time for Strawberries
    Published : 06/07/2018

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  • As we are all embracing and celebrating summer season, indulging in pool life and after-work barbecues, it is well worth being mindful about what we eat in order to enable our body to cope with [...]

    What to eat to master summer’s heat
  • Protein is the new buzzword everyone is obsessing about. They are being touted as “muscle-boosters” and “fat-killers”. Our food industry has tapped into this health claim and supermarkets are sel [...]

    “Protein-hysteria”

    “Protein-hysteria”
    Published : 05/23/2018

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  • As we are embracing a new summer season, our palates are yearning for more tropical flavours and fragrances around us. Papayas not only taste like palm trees and beaches, but they also harbour [...]

    Discovering what nature has provided us with: papayas
  • Quinoa, also referred to as an “ancient grain”, because it has remained largely unchanged for hundreds, even thousands of years, is gaining increasing popularity in the western food culture. And [...]

    Quinoa: „The mother of all grains“
  • After having looked at hidden sugars in the previous article, this one aims to focus on the hypocrisy of alternative low-sugar products, preferably termed “light” products. Given that sugar is mo [...]

    Cola goes Green – really!?

    Cola goes Green – really!?
    Published : 04/13/2018

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