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DETOX cauliflower couscous salad

Naturopathic Recipe: DETOX Couscous Salad with cauliflower and quinoa arranged on a plate, with text overlay detailing the dish, presented by MyAuthentikSpoon

At MyAuthentikSpoon, our love for food runs deep, especially when it comes to the vibrant flavors of our Mediterranean roots. However, as many of you already know, our core passion is understanding how thoughtful food choices can profoundly improve our well-being. Naturally, when the opportunity to combine these two loves emerged, we couldn’t resist but embrace it!

Don’t Wait to Feel Thirsty to Hydrate! – Bonus: melon & avocado refreshing smoothie

A refreshing green smoothie garnished with fresh mint leaves in a glass, accompanied by a selection of hydrating fruits including watermelon and grapes. The bold text overlaid states 'Don't Wait to Feel Thirsty to Hydrate!' with a subtitle 'Food science explained,' and the MyAuthentikSpoon logo at the bottom, highlighting the theme of proactive hydration.

Gone are the days when hydration was just a checkbox of 2 liters or 8 cups. Yes, water is a lifeline, making up more than half of our body mass and keeping dehydration, with its fatigue and foggy brains, at bay. But let’s go beyond the sips and explore hydration in more details – think water quality, the containers we use, and how it all syncs with our health rhythm. Plus, as a bonus to satisfy your thirst for knowledge and flavor, we’re adding a ‘Melon & Avocado Refreshing Hydration Smoothie’ that’s sure to make your taste buds and cells do a happy dance. Let’s dive in: hydration is about to get a whole lot more interesting – and delicious!

5 mins Red Velvet Breakfast Bowl: Beetroot’s Tasty Health Secret

A vibrant bowl of Red Velvet breakfast topped with sliced strawberries, kiwi, banana, and blueberries, with a sprinkling of granola. The logo 'MyAuthentikSpoon' at the top and text 'Help Your Body Naturally Detox' overlaid. Below, a caption reads '5 mins Red velvet breakfast bowl recipe' with a cooking time icon.

Do you want to start your day with a nutritious and delicious breakfast that will please both your taste buds and your health-conscious mind? Look no further! We have a delightful Red Velvet Breakfast Bowl recipe that not only satisfies your cravings but also introduces you to the wonderful world of beetroot, known for its heart-healthy properties and detoxifying benefits.

Feeling thirsty – EAT YOUR WATER!

Image of a market stall selling fresh fruits and vegetables. The text on the image say: Feeling thirsty, eat your water! as an invitation to consider fruits and vegetables as another source of daily hydration

We’ve all heard the advice: drink at least 2 liters or 8 cups of water every day. We know it’s important because our bodies really need water to work well. If you check a smart scale, you’ll see that about 55-60% of our bodies are made of water. Even a little dehydration can lead to problems like feeling tired, struggling to concentrate, and getting headaches. If we ignore it for too long, it can cause serious health issues.
But in our busy lives, even though we carry water bottles everywhere, it’s still hard to drink enough water. Sometimes, water can taste a bit plain compared to sugary or other drinks alternatives (I can easily say, I’m often very guilty to prioritize coffee !). But what if there’s another way? A way that not only keeps us hydrated but also gives our bodies important stuff like nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other natural plant compounds.

Myth vs. Reality: Are carbs bad for you?

Carbohydrates have often been unjustly vilified and misunderstood, bearing the blame for a range of health concerns, from weight gain to diabetes. To shed light on the reality behind these misconceptions, I had the opportunity to discuss carbohydrates with our Naturopathic Chef, Asmaa Lahlou. Here’s a summary of the valuable insights I gained from our conversation.

Yogurt Making in Dubai: A Naturopathic Adventure with Grass-Fed Milk – Unveiling Our Chef’s Famous Recipe for Healthier Indulgence

Indulging in a bowl of creamy yogurt is a daily pleasure for many, so why do we hear such a bad press about yogurt and dairy in general?While yogurt is a nourishing and delightful food for many, it might not be suitable for everyone, especially if you suffer from or want to prevent hormonal imbalances such as PMS (bloating, moodiness, cravings), PCOS, acne, leaky gut, food allergies and sensitivities as well as autism and other health conditions. It’s always advisable to consult with a healthcare provider or a naturopathic practitioner to determine if yogurt is a good food choice for you and your bio-individuality.