Intuitive eating vs tracking | which nutrition advice is right?

On social media, everyone seems to be a nutritionist…. There is a lot of nutrition advice given, for both the better and the worse. There are plenty of qualified people online giving nutrition advice, which is great… they are sharing their knowledge to help others. And then there are also those who have gotten their…

Homemade peanut butter

Not sure if it’s just me…. but people have always told me i shoukd make my own nut butter… but I’ve always just thought it’s too time consuming and not worth it. Not to mention that buying *good* peanut butter, i.e PB with just peanuts, a little oil and salt isn’t so expensive where i…

Overeating, extreme hunger, binge eating |How they differ

Many people lightheartedly use the word, “Binged” when they actually mean overate. Many in eating disorder recovery – specially restrictive eating disorders – can go through periods of extreme hunger, but they think it is binging. Extreme hunger and binging can seem very similar, but they are very different. One could be classified as consequences/symptoms…

My thoughts on food waste | How to limit food waste | Masterpost

Something i have noticed alot of online is the amount of food waste that is due to example different video ideas…. Such as making shoes out of sandwiches, making freak shakes which the people just throw away later because they become so inedible. Or just buying a bunch of food which just doesn’t seem to…

Plastic Free July? | Tips & advice | privilege, practical, realistic?

It’s July, and i have noticed on social media there is a “campaign” talk about plastic free July. I think it is great that we are bringing awareness about plastic and the need for everyone to decrease their use/consumption/buying of plastic. To use alternatives and to demand that products are packaged in other materials than…

Vegan chicken salad | Baguette filling

    When I was in high school, whenever we had sports days or events where the school would provide us with packed lunches (Note, in many high schools in Sweden the children are provided cooked lunches in school everyday. There was usually 1-3 options available, i.e meat/fish/vegetarian option. But when I lived in Ireland…