Papaya, Soy yogurt, linseed – Breakfast today

The right breakfast foods can help you concentrate, give you strength!!!
Today I choose a incredible fruit: Papaya is an amazingly delicious fruit referred to as ‘fruits of angels’. And let me tell you one more secret! When used on your face on a regular basis you might resemble an angle too. It is very easily available and affordable. You can grow it in your kitchen garden as well. Papaya’s nutritional benefits are really amazing.
This fruit is packed with nutrients that are truly beneficial for health which possess digestive, nutritional and medicinal features with curing capability for many diseases.
Linseeds (also known as Flaxseeds) are a great source of gluten/wheat free fibre. They promote bowel movement by increasing the water content and bulk volume of our stools (number 2′s!), keeping us nice and regular. Fibre is important in the prevention of bowel cancer, constipation and slowing the absorption of sugar into our blood stream.
After this breakfast, I’m ready to start the day


Lavander and apple jam

Lavender is by far one of my favorite herbs. Not only is it beautiful, but it has hundreds of uses. It is a fragrant aromatic, a relaxing herb, and it can be used in baking, lotion making, tea making, tinctures and much more.
Especially beneficial to the respiratory tract in particular coughs, colds, influenza. Certainly eases breathing when lungs and sinuses are choked with phlegm.
Defends system against airborne viruses.
A refreshing note to a tired mind – lavender has been named as one of the most useful of the essences for the relief of anxiety and stress.
Good for aches and pains and muscle stiffness and may also help with rheumatic discomfort and joint stiffness.

Grape e Ginger Jam

Using Ginger to Stay Warm in the Winter Months!!
I make this Grape e Ginger Jam inspired by the juice recipe and it is brilliant for the winter! 
Ingredients: grapes, ginger, brown sugar, lemon
Ginger is a wonderfully warming, circulatory stimulating herb. It is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory, supports and tonifies digestion and has immune enhancing properties. 
Nothing can be so irritating as getting a chill that won’t go away. It seems to come from the core; hence the phrase “chilled to the bone.” Many people are very susceptible to internal chilly conditions, especially in the cold months.
Luckily, there are some easy remedies that really work. The plant kingdom is our friend
Ginger is perhaps the single most important warming botanical available. Simply put, a moderate to heavy therapeutic use of ginger is almost infallible in its ability to warm up a chilled body.