Spring Detox – Yoga & Nutrition

Hello everyone, I have very exciting news! I am going to partner with Luc Tranchet to offer a cycle of 4 Yoga & Nutrition workshops inspired by the 4 seasons, their energy and the way the influence our body and mind. At the beginning of each season, Luc will guide us through a yoga practice….

All you need to know about spirulina

Maca, spirulina, baobab, açaí, moringa, lucuma… These exotic names might sound familiar to you if you are interested in nutrition. With so many products flooding the markets and our shelves, it is sometimes difficult to understand what os the hype with these ingredients and how to integrate them to a healthy diet. That’s why I…

Vegan Napa Cabbage Kimchi

Hello my dears! I have a slight (big?) obsession for Asian food since a few months: I cannot have enough of Japanese rice bowls with plenty of toppings, okonomiyaki, sushi, ramen… If I had to name one side dish/ topping that combines perfectly with all these dishes, it would be Korean traditional napa cabbage kimchi, called…

Oats, hazelnut & cranberry bites

Hello everyone! Here I am back after a long absence. Winter definitely does not any good to me! I ran out of energy, appetite and consequently, culinary inspiration 😥 Fortunately, spring is back in Geneva and gives me a good boost, so I am delighted to share with you this delicious recipe. These bites are…

Review: Biotta Wellness Week

Hi everyone! I hope you had a great holiday season. Despite the fact that I am a nutrition consultant and my diet is globally balanced, I am no exception: I have been over-indulging in treats. As a result, I ended up feeling of heavy and congested. For the past three or four years, I have…

White chocolate cheesecake, strawberry sauce

Hello everyone! At this time of Advent, I could not resist creating a Christmas dessert. If you have been following me for some time, you have how much I like gingerbread cookies, white chocolate and berries. That’s why this dessert combines the three, and I guarantee that the result is pure bomb! This dessert can…

Fibromyalgia and Nutrition, part 1

Hi everyone, I have recently completed a nutrition certification, for which I have written a thesis about fibromyalgia. Because good nutrition habits can help people with this condition to improve their well-being, I have decided to share the content of my thesis with you. Summary Fibromyalgia is a syndrome with unknown etiology, characterized by diffuse…

Eggfree Chocolate Mousse

Hi everyone! Here is my first recipe created especially for #Choctoberfest 2017. I hope you enjoy it! This dessert is quick and easy to prepare, impossible to fail and soooo decadent! The rich and creamy texture of this mousse will delight chocolate lovers. This dessert is vegan and therefore contains neither dairy products nor eggs….

Fattoush salad

Hello everyone, Here I am after a long absence. I chose to limit my activity on social networks this summer so I could devote myself fully to the writing of my thesis and studying for my nutrition exam. Before the fall finishes settling down, I wanted to share with you this refreshing recipe that will…

Liebster Award Nomination

No post dedicated to food today, as I have been nominated to the Liebster Award! What is Liebster Award? It is a concept designed to advertise blogs with fewer than 200 subscribers, and get the readers to better know the people who created these blogs. After being nominated, the bloggers willing to participate to Liebster Award…

Vegetarian korma

Nothing like a delicious slow cooked dish to get some comfort during these cold autumn days. I especially enjoy Indian food dishes in this season, because the aroma of spices warms me up and reminds me of sunny places. Unfortunately, it is not easy to find quality Indian restaurants in Geneva: the dishes are delicious…

Butternut & turmeric smoothie

Celebrate Fall and its gorgeous squashes! Among my favorite varieties, butternut squash, holds a beautiful place. It owes its name to the sublime velvety texture of its flesh. It can be eaten raw like a carrot, or cooked in a thousand ways. Its tender flesh and slightly nutty taste, is as good in savory recipes…