Our bodies need sufficient fluids even more during the hot weather. Plenty of water, unsweetened teas and non-alcoholic spritzers are therefore a good idea. Fruit and vegetables can also help to maintain a good fluid balance. To get you through the dry spell, read on to see our choice of vitamin-rich foods with a high water content.
Let the sunshine in! If you could drink sunshine, it would look exactly like our colourful sunshine smoothie. Try our hot summer mix: mango, ginger, grapes, carrots and raspberries instantly make us happier; they’re also bursting with vitamins.
Our blueberry and chocolate sandwich packs a punch. Pear, orange, blueberries and cottage cheese make for an unusual and delicious combination in this fruity snack. Add some good quality dark chocolate for that extra sweetness. Perfect when you need something tasty in a hurry.
Carefree fun with the gang is the order of the day, particularly in summer. It goes without saying that your refreshments also need to pack a punch. These 5 summer snacks are perfect for large groups. They leave unhealthy fast food firmly in the shadows and definitely need to be on the menu the next time you meet your besties!
We know a Mother’s diet plays a large role in the development of a baby during pregnancy but let’s give Dad some credit too. Studies have recognized that a man’s diet and parenting style contributes to a child’s development and overall health and weight gain.
It’s always there! During the summer, a day doesn’t go by without some refreshing melon in the open-air swimming pool, on the beach or in a picnic. But what makes this juicy fruit such a hit on a hot summer’s day? We reveal all!
So matcha better! An ice-cold pleasure in summer that is actually healthy: the proof is in this sweet combination of bananas, orange, grapes, ginger and almond milk. The secret to our cool banana matcha nice cream is definitely the matcha powder. You have to try it!
Looking at this fantastically fruity pineapple Buddha bowl puts us in a good mood! The combination of quinoa, chickpeas, pineapple, oranges, fig and much more in a bowl reminds us of a brightly coloured rainbow. This is sure to be a filling and satisfying dish – leaving us feeling just like a Buddha in fact.
Switching off and enjoying life – we are not the only ones who need time out during the day, our little ones also benefit from some downtime. After all, continuous stress without periods of rest and relaxation can definitely have a detrimental effect on our health. And between school, homework and leisure activities, life really can be quite stressful for children.
Getting older can’t be avoided. Women in particular experience unpleasant hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats which are common during menopausal life changes. A recent study suggests that certain diet patterns could result in either more severe, or even fewer negative symptoms.