Persimmon Esquimos

For 4 people
Preparation: 10 min
TIP: Khaki is rich in vitamin C, antioxidant vitamin.

Perfumed Strawberry, Kiwi & Lemon water

For 2 people
Preparation 5 min
TIP : Did you know that strawberries are rich in vitamin C, increasing the production of sexual hormones and neurotransmitters which in turn increase the libido? Guaranteed pleasure;)

Peach Cocktail – Melon

For 6 people
Preparation time: 20 min
TIP: This cocktail is fresh, refreshing and full of vitamins and minerals. Without alcohol, it can be served to pregnant women and children

The Benefits of Aloe Vera

It’s the star component of all sorts of health-related videos, from smoothies and juices to creams, skincare and tips to help your health. Indeed, its virtues are so multiple that aloe vera always seems to occupy a space in peoples homes. It was first written about in the Mesopotamia era. So long ago, it was even labelled the ‘the fountain of youth’ or ‘the source of youth’ by the Mayas.

The Multiple Benefits of Nettles

Known for its urticating powers and for leaving the little blisters on your calves after a ride in the forest or on your hands after a little bit of spring weeding, this plant possesses numerous benefits. So what are we talking about ? Nettles, of course! And even nettles on YOUR plate!
“Yuck? But let me explain how much good they can do for you, and let me show you some recipes we have put together!

Veal Escalope with Mushrooms

For 2 people
Preparation time: 5 min
Cooking time: 15 min
Tip: Veal is rich in phenylalanine, an amino acid that has a positive effect on mood and desire.

Buckwheat Pancake

For 4 people
Preparation: 10 min
Cooking time: 6 min
Tip: Its richness in magnesium, nutrients, and its lack of gluten make buckwheat a healthy product.

Apricot Tart

For 6 people
Preparation: 25 min
Cooking time: 45 min
Tip: Apricot is a source of fibre, it prevents constipation and decreases the risk of colon cancer.

Better to choose your food with YUKA

The best way to know what you are eating is to analyse the nutritional labels of our food products. Have you ever tried ? If so, it’s highly likely you didn’t understand them. And for good reason! It’s true scientific gibberish; a word that’s almost impossible to pronounce, followed by figures, letters and percentages. It’s an ordeal for anyone to decipher! But thankfully, Yuka app has been launched to help us understand this nutritional data.

Are pesticides really that toxic?

You’ve all heard about those famous chemicals used to make our fruits and vegetables look so beautiful, so polished and free from any defects? Of course, I’m talking about pesticides!

According to a survey by the WWF, over 90% of people are worried about the impact of pesticides on our body. So, are our worries really justified, or do we have to trust those who authorise them?