In the modern age of blogging, Instagramming and Facebooking about our clean & healthy meals, orthorexia nervosa becomes increasingly common and can be a dangerous health condition. It’s a an easy switch from trying to eat healthy to developing an obsession with eating right.
In my previous post I wrote about sugar addiction. Yes, it’s a real thing and if you have a persistent sweet tooth, sugar cravings or you’re bingeing on sugar several times a week, there’s a big chance that you’re a sugar addict. The first step is to recognize that you are indeed a sugar addict. Now, what can we do to deal with this problem? Here’s some tips!
I just wanted to share this recipe for a beautiful Moroccan couscous salad, with chickpeas and rucola. Healthy, filling and great with flatbread or pita and a light soup to keep you warm in the winter. Definitely makes me think of warmer times due to it’s North African/Middle Eastern influences. Read More
For the past three years, I have been living in Israel. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned about Israelis, is that they love their hummus. The average Israeli eats 8-10 kg (18-22 pounds) of hummus each year! I don’t consider myself an Israeli yet, but here in the country, I do enjoy a hummus for lunch with friends in the weekend. And I take a nap afterwards, if possible. I just love the small hummus places in the Yemenite quarter of Tel Aviv (Keren Hatemanim). Read More