Sleep, a key health ingredient

People in the Western world suffer from acute lack of sleep. This is what health experts have recently concluded, as they have found that today children and adults alike sleep an average of 2 hours less than their grand-parents did. In the US, it appears that one third of the population today sleeps less than

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Sprouted Lentil Salad

Lentils, like all legumes, have the unpleasant reputation of being hard to digest. They are however one of the most nutritious and tasty of all legumes. To begin with, they offer the highest amount of protein. They are also rich in fiber, minerals and more specifically in iron and magnesium, but also in potassium, calcium

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Raw Banana & Strawberry Ice Cream

Finally summer is here! Let’s enjoy the long summer evenings, and hopefully the warm weather for as long as we can, along with the special light of this time of year, the feelings of increased space and freedom, movement, in total contrast with the winter months. What bliss! This season is perfect for eating light

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Releasing through forgiveness

This theme of releasing to improve really fascinates me. In our societies, we have a tendency to accumulate: knowledge, know-how, weight, objects, all of it is good for the taking. As if we feared lack, as if we could be more whole by having more. Yet it feels to me that the more I accumulate,

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