HEALTH : how to start a healthy diet | 6 steps

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i’ve been so good lately to make videos that you guys request – this one has been on my to-do list since like forever ^.^

so here we go – my view on how to start on a healthy diet, in 6 steps.
the title might come across as quick-fix mumbo jumbo, but the things i bring up in this video are actually lessons i’ve learned that i take really seriously. it’s all about being good to yourself and listening to your body. it’s not about reaching beauty goals, losing weight, or eating a strict weird diet.

so i hope that this will be motivational to anyone who is interested in taking back their health long-term and for good. if i knew how easy and fun it was, i would have started eating this way way back when.

what do you think, did i miss an important step ? share your thoughts !

for more inspo :
what i eat in a week
how veganism changed my body
why i dont weigh myself or count calories


ok, time to go eat some watermelon !

love // jenny

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  1. It just makes so much sense, doesn’t it? Just eat what makes you feel great. The way we live in this society really encourages us to be disconnected from our bodies. Once I learned to “check in” with myself and see how I feel, it became so much easier.
    For example, I do sometimes indulge myself with a portion of chips (french fries) with garlic mayo – that’s also when I made a non-vegan exception. I like the taste of it, but I invariably feel really low in energy and tired afterwards. I notice that now, although all those years before I never did. Therefore, it’s not difficult to eat this stuff very rarely; I simply don’t choose to feel like that most of the time :-)

  2. This is such a helpful video! Making fun recipes adds so much joy and creativity to healthy eating as well! I love making all kinds of delicious concoctions with healthier alternatives that call for more fruits, vegetables and whole grains!

  3. Hej hou! I was wondering about the lack of oil in your recipes/in the cooking process in general. Whereas I think that’s great and all, the thing that freaks me out is the fear of not getting all those fat-soluble (how do you spell that??) vitamins into my body. Maybe this fear is a remnant of bad and uninformed health lectures we were given in Finland back in the 90s. Anyway, a diet as low in fat as yours could maybe be in the danger-zone as far as getting enough of vitamins A, D, E, K. Perhaps the amounts you need daily are negligible. But I do remember once taking a long course of medicine, that was basically a super high dosage of vitamin A, and unless I had it with lots of fat, a whole avocado etc, I noticed how ineffective my body was to absorb it. I know that you are not a nutritionist and might be a bit silly to ask but do you think about this sort of issues and how do you ensure that your food combining is…ehm… optimal? Anyway, i gotta say i love your blog and it brings a fresh breeze of zen into my long and tedious days xxx

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