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How I started to think healthier

25 Aug

Originally I was to call this post How I started to eat healthier, but then I realized that changing the way you eat for better means changing your mind and the way you think also.

I feel like my blog will transform a bit, and there will be more posts about nutrition, healthier living and sports, because that is what I am actually interested in. I will, of course, still share thoughts on a variety of philosophical topics, because it’s all connected. It’s about body and soul 🙂

So, how I started to eat healthier…It started 3 years ago when I realized that I am not happy about the way I looked and that I want to change it. Also, I started become more curious about food industry and the stuff they put in food, that we buy at grocery stores. It made me realize that I was eating too much unnatural things. Yeah, exactly – things… My boyfriend made it easier to start a new eating habits, because he wanted to eat better to, so we were on the same path and that helped a lot.

Here I will give you a list of things that I did:

1. I never liked water and the way it tastes, but I knew it was good for you. So, I started to drink water. I made it a habit to drink one glass of water with each meal. Now I drink water about 20 min before my meal and 1 hour after.

2. I started to pay attention to labels and ingredient list on the products, when I went shopping for food. I stopped buying food that had ingredients in it I didn’t like or knew it was too bad for you.

3. I stopped eating yoghurt, except plain Greek yoghurt. Now I don’t really have a need for all of those sweet yoghurts that they sell.

4. I stopped buying juice, soda, etc. Now they seem overly sweet for my taste.

5. I excluded sugar and salt as much as I could. At first, everything seemed tasteless, but when you get to used to it, you don’t really need it anymore. There is enough salt and sugar already added to food we buy, so there is no need to add it more.

6. I started to eat less bread. And this was the hardest part for me, because bread is my favorite food on earth. Also it was challenging, because I come from a country where people eat bread almost with every meal, even with potatoes 😀

7. I excluded candy, cookies and other sweets from my diet. And I think that was one of the best decisions.

8. Now I actually treat sweets and desserts as a treat. If I crave something, I allow myself to. I don’t binge on them, but enjoy them. Also I choose to make my own treats or bake my own cookies.

9. I drink less coffee now – one cup in the mornings. This was due to problems with digestion.

10. I replaced vegetable oil with cold pressed olive oil, sesame oil or coconut oil.

11. I stopped using store-bought broth.

12. If I still felt unsatisfied after my meal, I made a cup of green or peppermint tea to calm down my stomach.

13. I started to eat more raw vegetables without any dressings.

Well, after the list of things I wrote down, it seems like a lot to handle, but it is worth it. I know it, because I still do all of this, and don’t feel like I restrict myself.

I hope this will help somebody to bring changes into their lifestyle 🙂

We all deserve to be healthy and feel better!







Sunday mood

24 Aug

I am back here after a very long pause on WordPress. I have done a lot and nothing at the same time while I wasn’t posting anything. I am willing to improve myself though 🙂

I have thought about things I want to do, things I want to learn and things I want to change. I did one step forward and I hope that was a good decision and will bring a benefit. But I will tell about that in my further posts.

Today I am in a “Sunday mood” and want to share my latest passion for trying out different recipes. Bread is my favorite food. And here is one of the latest I baked:



2 eggs

400ml buttermilk

2 tbsp. brown sugar

1/2 tsps. salt

1/2 tsps. baking soda

100g almond flour

300g wheat flour

a handful of sunflower seeds

a handful of walnuts

a handful of pumpkin seeds


Beat the eggs with the buttermilk, add the sugar, salt and soda.

Add nuts and seeds. Mix everything. Add wheat flour and almond flour, mix well.

Pour dough into a mold and put it in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius and bake for about an hour until the bread has become golden brown. When the bread is ready, it should be removed from the mold, wrapped in a towel and let it rest for at least an hour.

Enjoy! 🙂

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