Shaping Your Keto Diet

Today's guest post is part of an editorial collaboration with the folks at HVMN who are experts on ketones and the ketogenic diet. Note: This is NOT a sponsored post. Editor A balanced macronutrient intake is essential for success on the keto diet. Macronutrients are food groups humans consume in large quantities. They provide the … Continue reading Shaping Your Keto Diet

5 easy keto recipes for vegetarians

The keto diet is the most effective clean eating diet I’ve tried. It is so easy to follow, yet I get dozens of questions from readers every week. Simply put, it is a low-carb, high-fat diet. That means goodbye rice, chapati and bread, hello oil and butter! It’s the opposite of what we’ve been taught … Continue reading 5 easy keto recipes for vegetarians

8 Principles To Improve Your Digestion

Just as disease would quickly grow in our brick home if the rubbish was only occasionally emptied, so disease would quickly spread throughout the human body if the rubbish were not emptied daily. Proper digestion ensures daily motions. Food transit time from entry to exit should be no longer than 24 hours. Ideally, it should … Continue reading 8 Principles To Improve Your Digestion

How to keep the stomach happy

The stomach is an often-neglected organ, yet our temperament and our mental powers largely depend on it. A happy stomach produces a happy disposition. A sour stomach produces a sour disposition. As with every part of the living machinery there are laws that govern the stomach. Adhering to these laws ensures that the stomach works … Continue reading How to keep the stomach happy

Do Calories Matter on a Keto Diet? (guest post)

The ketogenic diet first gained fame through its effectiveness for weight loss. The high-fat, low-carb diet promotes nutritional ketosis–a normal metabolic state marked by moderate levels of ketones in the blood. The idea with carb restriction in terms of weight loss is that it prompts the release of body fat to be burned or converted to ketones for … Continue reading Do Calories Matter on a Keto Diet? (guest post)

5 wholesome hacks for staying full longer

Weight loss is 20% exercise and 80% diet, goes a famous weight-loss nugget. So you are watching what you eat but what to do when psychological hunger rears its head? Pay close attention to your choices to get on the road to a leaner you. These strategies conform to sensible eating standards and illusory enough … Continue reading 5 wholesome hacks for staying full longer

Author interview: Two Michelin star chef Sergi Arola

He speaks simply but directly in an irresistible Spanish accent; his athletic, heavily tattooed frame displaying all the emotions of a man doubly possessed... by music and food. Two Michelin star chef Sergi Arola started out with dreams of becoming a rock musician but eventually pulled on chef's whites and went on to conquer the … Continue reading Author interview: Two Michelin star chef Sergi Arola

Cooking tips from Masterchef Australia contestant

Rishi Desai made news in 2013 when he became the first Indian to make it to the Top 5 of acclaimed food show Masterchef Australia. Since then, he has published cookbook Modern Indian and led a food tour through the most fascinating food destinations in India, with Masterchef Travels. Here are Rishi's top tips for cooking like … Continue reading Cooking tips from Masterchef Australia contestant

Lifestyle Design Hero: Simona Terron, The Heart Chef

This month's Lifestyle Design Hero has been a guest columnist on Human Writes: Simona Terron. Remember the heartfelt series of letters to her kitten Laurie and more recently, her delicious cold soup recipes? This lifestyle journalist has worked with magazines like HELLO, Elle Decor, Hotelier India, been publicist for luxury hotel ITC Grand Chola and … Continue reading Lifestyle Design Hero: Simona Terron, The Heart Chef

Guest post: 5 cold soup recipes to beat the heat | The Heart Chef

[Today's guest writer is Simona Terron, founder, The Heart Chef. Her previous guest series of love letters to her kitten Laurie was so loved by readers, we had to invite her for more!] By Simona Terron Cold soups are what I turn to when it’s sweltering hot outside and the face-melting heat gives my appetite a bit of … Continue reading Guest post: 5 cold soup recipes to beat the heat | The Heart Chef