I think this subject might interest many people in general, not necessarily only cancer patients. Based on my first and so far only experience I can only say: I wish I attended the healing session years ago. I truly recommend it. Astrologically this year (2022) is said to be totally different energetically from the past... Continue Reading →
Apple pumpkin pie with a little twist
Now there is a desert I am rather proud of, not the looks perhaps 😋 but the taste and the concept. Gluten free, sugar and lactose free, fat, salt free - yes I know, many people ask: so what’s in it and how can it be delish?Here is the thing, with a little effort it... Continue Reading →
3 weeks @ The LifeCo’s Cancer Prevention Program in Thailand, Phuket, July 2018 / PART 1.
This picture was taken of me and my nurses the morning I left The LifeCo, Phuket - they took care of me for three weeks from morning till the evening, sometimes also at night, when I was in horrible pain. I was in the clinic every day from 8 AM till 5-7 sometimes 8 PM... Continue Reading →
Sugar free gluten free apricot & blueberry pie – a healthier kind of summer desert
I have been experimenting with different kinds of gluten free flours such as almond, coconut, chestnut, etc. You know by now that I use only organic ingredients or at least keep everything as organic as possible. So did with this pie, the apricots were not organic, but 85% all in all other ingredients were and... Continue Reading →
Midsummer in Finland
For the festive celebration we visited our dear friends near by, 10 adults and 5 dogs - it was a truly warm hearted event. Midsummer is a Scandinavian tradition that dates back to pagan years, the celebration of the coming harvest season after a long winter. In the North the sun does not set at... Continue Reading →
Health update June of 2021
This has been a difficult year to everyone. The Pandemic hit hard and many of us lost loved ones. I have lost my father in January to Covid-19, his fragile body could not bounce back after Covid-19 was not detectable in his labs anymore. He would have been 86 years old this April. God bless... Continue Reading →
Nutritious crème de coco raw soup
During working days I hardly have suffuciant time to cook and enjoy my meal peacefully, so I try to create nutrition dense raw soups in my lovely Vitamix blender. Yesterday was a super stressful day, so I made a really smooth green soup that included: baby spinach, zucchini, parsley, avocado, carrots, broccoli sprouts, coconut cream,... Continue Reading →
Thoughts on stress, the importance of support from family members, how emotional stress counteracts our healing process while battling cancer A.K.A. The power of LOVE.
This topic might be a bit controversial. When it comes to family, most people get defensive and over emotional, objective criticism and true honesty is really difficult to find. Nevertheless most families I know are functioning ones. Obviously a functioning family needs some sort of a healthy dynamic between members and nowadays I might dare... Continue Reading →
Meal prep for travel – organic, vegan, gluten and sugar free.
I think for vegans one of the most difficult tasks is finding delicious food while traveling. Top that with the need to be gluten free and organic! An absolute NO. Does not exist. So I have learned to prep my meals when I travel. Most glut.free foods are full of sugar in cafes and vegan... Continue Reading →
Raw vegan lunch
After a 6 km walk on the beach we decided to make one of our favorite recipes, raw carrot soup with a twist. I just love my Vitamix. To this soup we add organic ingredients such as a handful of basil leaves, parsley, the juice of 1 lemon, 1 kg of carrots, 1 chili, 1... Continue Reading →