Cecilia Götherström from Studio Stark, yoga expert and contributor to Consuming Passions organizes a Yoga Winter Retreat this March, in Sweden. Book now! Yoga, breathtaking untouched nature, fresh ski tracks, culinary artisan meals, nutritional seminars, sauna, hot tubs in the snow and more.
Tips for a Radiant Skin in Winter and the Seasons aheadView Post
In Winter our bodies prefer to store energy. For this season a black bean soup is perfect. Not just because of the delicious flavors, but also because is has a function in this season. To regenerate and nourish you.
Bone broth was one of the biggest food trends last year. Anyone who has visited New York recently will have noticed that there are a lot of shops where you can buy warm broth drawn from bones, cartilage, marrow and meat. Don’t miss it and just make your own one (see recipe in this article).
A healthy skin in the winter starts from the inside out. The many temperature changes make your skin in the winter literally thirsty, as soon as you turn on the heat in your house the skin starts to dry out. It is of course also important to have a moisturizing skin care regime.
How exercise may help us fight of coldsView Post
The medical field finally starts to acknowledge that there is a connection between your mood and food. There are many consequences and correlations between not only what you eat, how you feel, and how you ultimately behave, but also the kinds of bacteria that live in your gut.
Top 10 Global Spa & Wellness Trends 2016View Post
We wish you a bright and spirited New Year! Anne and Kimmo
Fermented vegetables pack probiotics, which help populate and re-balance your gut flora. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals, sauerkraut can boost your immune system and help your digestive system