What you need for a perfect smoothie


Bear in mind that a juice and a smoothie are 2 different things. You make a smoothie with a blender, and a juice with a juice extractor. It’s a bit more difficult to blend apples for example, but you can blend pineapples, mangos, cucumbers, melon, etc. Here is another example, you can’t juice a banana, it’s way to soft and you wouldn’t get any juice out of it. Continue reading

The surprising butternut squash and ginger cake

This is again a perfect dessert for all the Paleo aficionados and gluten-free intolerants among you.

If you had told me 3 years ago that you could make dessert with butternut squash, I’d have laughed… but there it is!


  • Butternut squash, a small one, or 1/2 medium one
  • Almond flour, 150 gr
  • Eggs, 2
  • Coconut oil, 3 tbsp
  • Honey, 3 tbsp (organic preferably)
  • Fresh grated ginger, 3 tbsp
  • Baking powder, 1tsp
  • Baking soda, 1 tsp
  • Salt, just a pinch

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The spicy & sweet serum


This juice is packed with vitamin C, and it’s delicious! The pineapple, carrot and apple make it sweet …. and the ginger, lemon and fennel give it a good spicy kick. If you’re having difficulties waking up in the morning, this will do the trick!




  • Pineapple, 1/3
  • Royal gala apple, 2
  • Cucumber, 1/4
  • Carrot, 1 or 2
  • Fennel, 1 big slice
  • Lemon, 1
  • Ginger, 3 cm

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Seven shades of green


Green juices are a healthy way to sneak nutrients into your diet if you’ve been lazy on salads.

This juice is surprisingly filling and a good way to detoxify your body. It will also fill you with energy and is incredibly delicious!




  • Granny smith apple, 2
  • Cucumber, 2/3
  • Fennel, 1 big slice
  • Kiwi, 1
  • Lime, 1
  • Ginger, 2 cm
  • Celery, 1 stalk
  • Spinach or Kale, a handful
  • Avocado (optional)


In a slow juicer, start with one whole apple, then add the spinach (stems first), cucumber, fennel, lime, ginger, celery, and finish with the second apple.

In a blender, add the juice and the kiwi (and the avocado if you want to) with a couple of ice cubes. Blend until smooth.



Fennel: Good source of vitamin C, dietary fibre, potassium, manganese, copper, folate and phosphorus

Cucumber: Excellent source of vitamin K and molybdenum. Very good source of the pantothenic acid. Good source of copper, potassium, manganese, vitamin C, phosphorus, magnesium, biotin and vitamin B1.

Celery: Excellent source of vitamin K and molybdenum. Very good source of folate, potassium, dietary fibre, manganese and pantothenic acid. Good source of vitamin B2, copper, vitamin C, vitamin B6, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin A (carotenoids).

Spinach: Excellent source of vitamin B. Very good source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E , vitamin K, Thiamin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper and manganese.

Kiwi: Excellent source of vitamin C (5 times more than in apples) and vitamin K. Very good source of copper and dietary fibre. Good source of vitamin E, potassium, folate and manganese.

Granny smith apple: Excellent source of vitamin C, potassium and antioxidants. Good source of vitamin A, iron and calcium.

Ginger: Excellent source of vitamin B-6 and vitamin B-5Good source of  potassium, manganese, copper, and magnesium.

The power of herbs


I’ve always considered parsley  and coriander to be just garnish, these little green things that you add to your dish to make it look more colourful. They are so much more than that! They both have healing properties and super duper powers.


Parsley can help protect the body against free-radical damage and fight the effects of ageing. It helps with joint pain thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, and also allows your stiff muscles to relax. Thanks to it’s high level of iron, parsley is recommended to patients with anaemia; and it’s also filled with cancer-fighting compounds. Continue reading

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