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Please be grateful and be kind to yourself

Some behaviors encouraged by the diet culture – swipe right 😉 – are pushing us towards an unhealthy relationship with food and disordered eating.We try to follow external rules rather than focus on our internal needs by trusting our bodies.We should definitely not pressure ourselves & must shift our focus on feeling better, listening to our needs and fulfilling these needs 🤍

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Understanding the emotional eating cycle!

We all experience emotions that can trigger our relationship with food. Understanding the emotional eating cycle is the first step towards breaking free and embracing a healthier mindset ☀️ Here’s how we can do it:- Awareness: Recognize the triggers and emotions associated- Mindful pause: before reaching for food, ask if you’re truly hungry.- Self care: find other ways to help you feel better like a warm shower, music, watching a series,… – Self-compassion 🤍 : remember, it’s okay to have these feelings, be kind with yourself, don’t punish yourself.With these small steps we would be understanding our emotions, accepting them and finding a healthy balance with food 🥰

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Pregnancy is a beautiful journey

🤰💕 but it’s essential to prioritize our well-being along the way. Unfortunately, social media is may be promoting unrealistic expectations & add pressure during this time. If you or someone you know recognizes any signs of unhealthy eating habits, body image concerns, or disordered behaviors during pregnancy, remember, you’re not alone 🥰Seeking help and support from healthcare professionals can make all the difference in ensuring a safe and healthy pregnancy for both you and your precious little one

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Reducing salt intake is important

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends consuming less than 5 g of salt a day (equivalent to 2400 mg Sodium). Reducing salt intake is important for several reasons. It helps:- Control blood pressure – Support kidney health – Prevent fluid retention & Edema – Preserve bone health- Maintain proper hydration levels- Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke and coronary heart attack”An estimated 2.5 million deaths could be prevented each year if global salt consumption were reduced to the recommended level”. WHO Remember that while reducing salt intake is beneficial, it’s also essential to maintain a balance and not eliminate salt completely, as the body requires a certain amount of sodium for proper functioning.

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Yesterday night, I prepared this asian cucumber salad and it was delicious!

Swipe right for the rest of the dinner😉Here’s the recipe:

– 5 medium cucumbers

– 1 tbsp of scallions


1 tbsp soya sauce

+ 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar

+ 1 tsp agave syrup

+ 1 tsp sesame oil

+ sea salt

+ black pepper

+ grated ginger


1 nori sheet

+ 1 tbsp black sesame seeds

+ 1 1/2 tbsp toasted sesame, seeds

+ 1/2 tbsp blended sesame seeds

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