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coconut

All the benefits of making coconut milk at home

Every day, throughout the internet, I keep finding articles, social media posts or tips on using coconut milk. Yes, it’s a great substitute for cow’s milk if you want to keep your carbs low. Also, if you are lactose intolerant or you have problems with casein digestion. But then, people […]

ketosis

Ketosis and how to get back on track after festivities

Have you been kicked out of ketosis during the winter festivities? Some of us are as strict as Spartans. No celebration or invitation to a social event will change the Keto routine for those warriors. On the other hand, some of you are new to Keto lifestyle. maybe you don’t […]

chia pudding

Chia pudding went to the forest…

Chia pudding served as a dessert to your guests? Sounds like a great way to introduce healthy options to your friends. Even though we are living in the world of social networks and internet communication, a good old fashion of home socialising is still popular. At least in the Mediterranean […]

Cabbage

Cabbage rolls the Balkan legend! Greek “Lahanodolmades” or Sarma

Have you ever visited Balkan countries during the winter holidays? If yes, chances are you’ve been offered to eat “Sarma”. Most probably, multiple times per day. This traditional comfort food made with minced meat wrapped in pickled cabbage leaves and cooked with bacon has a status of superpower food. There […]

Sweet

“Sweet goes keto” – my new public lecture

If you are following me on social media you might have noticed that I am announcing a special event under the name “Sweet Goes Keto“. Sounds familiar? Well, yes… I know that on keto we don’t give much space to sweet treats. However, holidays are ahead of us. It’s difficult […]

world

The world of keto in the post-industrial era

Do you think you are reading articles about the problems of modern society and the world way too often? On the other hand, maybe we don’t talk about it loud enough, or at least brave enough. Is it obesity, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, depression, or is it just unbearable stress? When […]

Pasteli

Keto chocolate Pasteli – modernisation of ancient Greek delicacy

The oldest known recipe Not long ago, the internet was overflown with bombastic headlines about ancient Greek energy bar called Pasteli. You could find all sorts of claims, including – “The healthiest energy bar made with only 2 ingredients: honey and sesame seeds”. Even today, most of the touristic oriented […]

keto kagiana

Kagiana: The Keto Spartan Recipe

The most beloved Greek omelette Greek cuisine uses tomatoes wherever possible. Not only for famous Greek salads, Moussaka and cooked meals, but also in simple meals like Kagiana. This dish can be enjoyed at any time of day. Many will be surprised that it remains equally delicious and consistent even when it’s chilled […]

Motivation

Motivation: Don’t let them bring you down

Influencers Today I would like to write some personal thoughts, a motivation regarding the influence of some people while we are socialising. Our behaviour is so versatile and it takes only a few milliseconds to change. How many times have we been manipulated by our friends to drink a coke […]

fasted training

Fasted training: A myth or de facto?

A lot of people are not feeling friendly to cardio. Especially when it comes to fasted training. It sounds like a struggle or a marathon race. Is it something so difficult to perform? Maybe if you are in a classic metabolic state and your fuel is glucose. Let’s see fasted […]