Healthy snacking: sweet gummy snakes

Do you have a sweet tooth? The good news is that gummy sweets can also be healthy! You don’t need to think twice when it comes to our homemade raspberry and banana fruit leather: the only ingredient is finely puréed fruit.

Pumpkin seeds: the perfect seasonal snack

Autumn is the time for pumpkins and we love these round vitamin bombs in all their guises. The next time you make soup or any other dish with pumpkin, don’t be too hasty in throwing away the leftovers! Pumpkin seeds are super healthy and we show you how to conjure up a delicious snack with them. 

Multi-coloured sweet potato toast: bread with a twist

Bread is so yesterday – today we are toasting sweet potatoes! Cut into slices and topped with fresh fruit, this delicious and healthy tuber, which is brimful of valuable beta-carotene, vitamin E and potassium, can quickly be made into multi-coloured sweet potato toast.

Action packed

For most of us, watching TV means lounging on the couch or reclining in a chair for hours at a time while munching on a favorite snack. When selecting your next movie night flick keep in mind that watching an action movie is worse for your waistline than listening to a talk show, according to new research.

Breakfast smoothie bowl: a fruity start to the day

Get your day off to an energetic and vitamin-filled start with our easy-to-make breakfast smoothie bowl. Morning lethargy will be a thing of the past. It takes no time at all to prepare this power breakfast and the fruit will be melting in your mouth soon after you get up.

Evening snacks

Going to bed with a rumbling tummy? Not a good idea! Even if you have eaten your evening meal, you can still snack with a clear conscience, sleep well and get the following day off to a good start. We tell you how!

DIY energy bar: a blueberry and chia snack

Your stomach is rumbling but before you treat yourself to something tasty, you really want to fit in a quick exercise session. Sound familiar? Energy bars are the perfect solution, as they provide the body with a rapid boost of energy and banish hunger pangs without making you feel sluggish.

Blueberries better blood pressure

Is there anything the blueberry isn’t good for? This tiny powerhouse was first brought to nutrition fame by the “Blueberry Man,” James Joseph, Ph.D., whose research credits blueberries with the potential to reverse age-related decline in brain function.