What I Ate Today #18 (Accidental Success in the Kitchen!)

Haven’t filmed one of these What I Ate Today videos for a while, so here’s a new one! I’m eating my porridge in a different way these days and I love it. Also, I improvised a creamy mushroom pasta recipe for lunch and it turned out amazing. The morning workout was only 10 minutes but […]

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Adrenal Fatigue: Stages and Symptoms

Adrenal Fatigue is truly a 21st century stress syndrome, and it doesn’t matter if the term is accepted by traditional medicine or not. The fact is that a lot of people, especially women, have either high or low cortisol, and aren’t even aware until more “serious” disorders arise eventually. Adrenal issues are extremely common and […]

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10 Most Common Curly Hair Mistakes

I’ve made so many curly hair mistakes in my life before I fell in love with my curls and got rid of frizz. We all do. But the thing is that curly hair can be so effortlessly beautiful if done right. But unless our mums or sisters pass the know-how of curly hair to us, […]

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How To Make Kimchi Even If You Aren’t Asian – Easy Korean Fermented Cabbage Recipe

It’s taken me a year to locate some napa cabbage. Crazy, right? But I’ve finally managed and I’ve filmed that highly requested kimchi recipe for you. If you have no idea what kimchi is, it’s sort of like a Korean version of sauerkraut, but it’s very, very different. The taste might require some getting used […]

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10 Ways To Increase Dopamine Naturally and Get More Motivated + Signs of Low Dopamine

Dopamine is a motivation neutrotransmitter, but it does so much more than just keep us motivated. Ability to feel pleasure, feel emotions, and connect with other people, the way you react to stressful situations, and even weight loss all rely on correct dopamine levels. As I’ve been talking about cortisol and stress lately, it’s important […]

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Cyclical Depression, Low Self-Confidence, and Fatigue Due to Estrogen Dominance – Sounds Familiar?

Do you ever notice that those good days and bad days always seem to happen at the same time of your cycle? In many cases, it’s due to estrogen dominance. It took me a while to notice this pattern, but understanding what is happening and why (precisely the fluctuations of estrogen and progesterone levels) made […]

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Green Bean Frittata with Chorizo – Easy Breakfast Recipe

I love eating eggs in all forms and shapes, but frittata and soft boiled eggs are my two favourite ways to eat them for breakfast. I don’t like spending too much time cooking in the morning, so this green bean frittata is perfect because there aren’t many ingredients to chop up, and if I have […]

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Things I Loved in May 2017

Time to share with you all of my May favorites! And I’ve got quite a few things to share, so let’s get started. It took me a while to type them all up after filming the video, so bear with me as I’m slowly getting into the habit to keep my blog updated. Somehow YouTube […]

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Foolproof Sourdough Bread Recipe – An Easier Way To Make Bread At Home

Learning how to make sourdough bread doesn’t have to be stressful, frustrating, time-consuming or overwhelming. Instead, I think it’s a great way to relax and enjoy the process while learning a very valuable, long-lost skill of making authentic sourdough bread. I made lots of mistakes at the beginning of my sourdough bread baking because none […]

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Natural Dessicated Thyroid: Why I Think It’s a Helpful Tool for Healing

Is taking Natural Dessicated Thyroid (NDT) equal to giving up? Somebody asked me this question the other day and it really got me thinking. I realised that I myself had thoughts like this for quite a while, which, to be honest, prevented me from feeling better sooner. NDT can be a very helpful tool in […]

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