During Christmas and New Year's Eve we had a good meal, sinned and celebrated. Now, in wet and cold January, we have resolved to do good to our bodies. And to pay more attention again to sustainable, balanced nutrition. Tip: The book "Himmlisch Gesund" (Jan Thorbecke, 28 Euro) by food blogger Lynn Hoefer, in which she reveals super delicious recipes that are easy to cook in everyday life, all based on vegetables. The best: Hoefer does not use refined white flour, sugar, meat, gluten or industrial products. Here are our three favourites for morning, noon and evening.
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