Friday 5 April 2019

Breakfast is a must for all of us. It is the most important meal of the day. A nutritious breakfast is very important for our health and weight management, but not having it at all is the worst option.

Eating in the morning is just a matter of habit. Taking 10 minutes to make and eat some nutritious food in the morning can be simple. Fresh fruits, oatmeal, whole grain breads with low-fat cheese, or hard-boiled eggs are just some of the quick and nutritious breakfast options, which will not take much of your time, however can make a great difference in your health, mood, and looks.

Choosing nutritious options for breakfast is important for achieving optimal health.

Protein, Fiber and Whole Grains make for a breakfast that will keep you energized and sharp throughout the day.


  1. Starting your morning with breakfast will boost your metabolism and keep your blood sugar levels stable during the day.
  2. A morning meal helps energize your body, keeping you active and productive until lunch.
  3. A nutritious breakfast reduces risk for overeating and cravings later in the day.
  4. Eating breakfast has been associated with a lower incidence of heart disease.
  5. A morning meal is necessary not only for your body but for the brain as well. Eating a nutritiousbreakfast helps improve your concentration and productivity.

So… will you eat a breakfast every day?


Monday 11 March 2019

At school, children spend a lot of time in classrooms where they can easily transfer infections to one another. But by teaching kids some important healthy habits, parents can help make school and health a priority during the school year. Here are some great tips on how to keep your kids healthy.

Teach Your Child About Proper Hand Washing

Hand washing is one of the most important ways we can prevent the spread of illness in the classroom and elsewhere. By teaching your child how to wash her hands properly – and to especially wash after blowing her nose, using the bathroom and before eating – you can help her reduce the risk of getting sick, and keep her from infecting others if she catches an infection or illness.

Boost Your Family's Immune System Health

Keeping your child's immune system strong is an important way to stay healthy and ward off illness during the school year. Getting enough sleep, maintaining a healthy diet, managing stress, exercising, making time to laugh, and emphasizing hand washing can help reduce your child's risk of getting colds, flu, and other infections.

Teach Your Child Healthy Habits to Prevent Cold and Flu

Does your child know the important healthy habits to prevent colds, flu, and other infections? Healthy habits such as remembering not to keep touching his eyes or refraining from sharing cups and utensils with friends are important to learn.

Set Good Sleep Habits

Making sure your child gets enough sleep is a crucial part of keeping her healthy. Sleep is important not only for a child's physical and emotional health but it can play an important role in how well she does in school, too.

Be on the Lookout for Anxiety or Stress in Your Child

Homework, tests, social pressures – kids can face a lot of stressful situations every day. Research shows that stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on kids' health, just like it can on the health of adults. Find out how to spot the symptoms of stress in your child and find ways to manage his anxiety.

Give Your Child a Brain-Boosting Healthy Breakfast

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day when it comes to school kids. A balanced breakfast of low-fat protein and complex carbohydrates has been shown to be important for brain function as well as for maintaining a steady level of energy throughout the day.

Make Kids' School Lunch Boxes Fun

Make healthy lunches more fun and enticing with these ideas for yummy main dishes and sides dressed up in colorful combinations and shapes. There's even a suggestion for a healthy Asian bento lunch box.

Give Your Child Healthy After-School Snacks

Kids are often ravenous after school. But you don't have to sacrifice good nutrition for convenience with these ideas for quick, easy, and healthy after-school snacks.

Learn About Head Lice Prevention, Symptoms, and Treatment

As much as we don't want to think about head lice, the fact is that it's a common problem among school-age kids. Children are in close contact at school and more likely to share blankets or other personal items. Learn the facts and myths about head lice and how to help your kids steer clear of this annoying yet common problem at school.


Sunday 10 February 2019

Forgotten parsnip...

Nowadays parsnip has been forgotten by many of us, despite it used to be a very popular vegetable. It's sweetness makes it a perfect main ingredient for soups and pures! Because it's rich in many vitamins, minerals and significant amount of fibre it should be taken into serious consideration when planning your menu during the autumn/ winter season. Especially because it contains a lot of vit C.

Make a creamy soup out of baked parsnip, with potato and apple. Wash 4 parsnip roots and 1 potato, peel and roughly chop them. Mix them with 1tspn of ghee and 1tspn of coconut sugar or honey. Bake in the oven set to 230'C for 30min. After 15min add peeled apple quarters. When everything is ready move to the pot and add 1l of vegetable stock. Blend all together until smooth. Taste great with a spoon of Greek yoghurt and roasted garlic.

Friday 18 January 2019

Train your brain;)

Who said that vegetables and fruits are only to eat?! 

They are perfect for training a brain;)

Show your child our boards and ask him/her to solve mathematical tasks. 

You can also use them to talk about benefits of eating vegetables and fruits!

Sunday 23 December 2018

Friday 21 December 2018

Frozen Yoga It's Snowga

Have you ever heard about Snowga? It's great oportunity for people who loves outdoor activities.
Remember if you decided to start yoga on snow prepare appropiate clothes and hot tea.

Health Benefits of Enjoying Outdoor Winter Activities:
  •         Cold can increase your resting metabolism
  •         It can help cure the winter blues
  •         Winter activity can help your body produce vitamin D
  •         You burn more energy

 And also:
  •     You can create your own funny memories in the snow and laugh about it later.
  •     You can feel like you are a figurine in a magical snow globe.
  •     You are stronger than you think. If you CAN withstand freezing temperatures.


Monday 10 December 2018

Sporty Santa

As you know Santa Claus makes dreams come true but he is also a strong and healthy guy.
Do you know that he likes various kinds of sport. And what is your favourite discipline?