April 10, 2017

This is a basic lentil dhal recipe and one of my favourite vegan dinners. If you're new to vegan cooking, this recipe would be brilliant to start with. I always use red split lentils and rinse them and soak for about 24 hours before cooking, changing the soaking water at least twice. That way the phytic acid content is reduced and the lentils are easier to digest. And did you know that lentils count towards your 7-a-day??? 


  • 2 tbsp coconut oil,

  • 1 large red onion, chopped,


March 27, 2017

After receiving such a great feedback when I documented my weekly food photos previous times, I decided to do it again.

Starting tomorrow I will be posting all the beautiful food that I’m eating this week, breakfasts, lunches and dinners, to inspire you and motivate. It's never too late to start eating healthy!

So stay tuned and follow my Instagram account or 'like' my Facebook page (or even do both if you'd like), to discover what does a nutritionist eat 🥑🍒🥒🍇🥝🍏

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March 21, 2017

I'm making sauerkraut today. Store bought version is often pasteurized, which means that all the good bacteria is gone! Homemade sauerkraut is very easy to make and should be ready within 5-10 days, depending on how warm it is in your house and how sour you want it to taste. 

So what are the benefits of eating FERMENTED FOODS?

Some of the beneficial effect of lactic acid bacteria, normally found in fermented foods, include:

✓ improving intestinal tract health,

✓ enhancing the immune system,

✓ synthesizing...

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Karolina Lukaszewicz

Nutritional Therapist

Dip CNM, mANP, rGNC 

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