Winter remedies

It’s wintertime. That means a lot of flu, snot and coughing.. specially when you work with children like me. Here are some natural and organic Ayurvedic home remedies that function very well as antibiotics, anti virales and strengtheners of the immune system. Important is to keep eating Sattvic according to the yoga diet with lots … More Winter remedies

Buddha bowl with spinach, tahini-humus, avocado and apple

Buddha bowl: vegan & Sattvic. Raw spinach, shortly steamed green beans, tomato, apple, avocado, cucumber and humus of home made chick peas (blended with himalaya salt, lime juice, olive oil, chili flakes, smoked paprika and tahini paste). Delicious, super healthy and low carb! Fits the yoga diet perfectly and made in a couple of minutes. … More Buddha bowl with spinach, tahini-humus, avocado and apple

Spending time in nature heals body and mind

It is scientifically proven by many universities all over the world, that being in nature has good influence on our mental and physical health. Hippocrates, founder of modern medicine discovered that disease is something natural (and not ‘supernatural’) and thus it can be healed with nature as well. According to him three elements are necessary … More Spending time in nature heals body and mind

Vegan bean-burger

For this amazing burger you need some pre-cooked beans. I never use a can, because Sattvic means unprocessed and fresh food. If you cook your beans you can easily put some portions in the freezer. The multicoloured beans I used for this dish were just soaked and cooked. Put in a food processor walnuts, the … More Vegan bean-burger

One-pot pasta bowl

I love cooking with just one pot! A one-pot pasta becomes Sattvic if you add the veggies at the end, like the broccoli and courgette in this dish: they cooked just the last minute together with the pasta. This way they stay crispy and contain their prana and vitamins. Then drain the water and add … More One-pot pasta bowl