Pure vegetables for pure health

„Eating as medicine“. An Italian study shows that valuable ingredients such as carotenoid, polyphenols and vitamin C are not necessarily lost when heated or cooked. Vegetables should be treated as gently as possible, processed fresh and only cooked „al dente“ or firm to the bite. Eating vegetables and fruits are good as we all know. I agree we have a kind of satiety sensor in our stomach. If it is empty, a hunger hormone called ghrelin is released, triggering the „foraging“ impulse in the brain. Only when the stomach is filled to a certain extent does the impulse decrease again. If you mainly eat foods with a high energy density, there is a risk of consuming more calories than are consumed with all known negative consequences. In my case because of fatty liver and type 2 diabetes, consumption of more vegetables and fruits on the other hand has a crowding out effect on high calorie dishes and in this way indirectly protects against obesity and better for me.



👩‍🍳Riding a bike is fun, safe and good for me as a diabetic. It concerns the wheel driving as an ideal progressive movement means in everyday life. Herewith my daughter and my dog from home to the bike route in Prater, Vienna, the city Hiking Path 9. Which keeps beside the contribution to environmental protection above all also fit and healthy, makes fun and still represents ideal leisure activities for us and the perfect weather on this day. Thanks for dropping by here.


👩‍🍳Recreation area Wienerwald. Great hikes are possible. Take the opportunity on days when not everyone comes up with the idea of ​​going to the zoo, then you have the opportunity to go for a walk without being disturbed by the crowds. That’s what we did just to unwind from the city with COVID-19. Almost two months lockdown. Hiking and any other sort of physical activity is a great way to unwind from the stresses. In order to prevent blood sugar fluctuations when hiking or physical activities, diabetes patients should protect themselves by taking regular measurements. Hiking is particularly popular in splendid weather, although hiking is also very suitable for people with diabetes. However, diabetes patients must take care that they prevent severe fluctuations in blood sugar. Because exercise and physical exertion can both lower and increase blood sugar.

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„Eating as Medicine.“ Started my day with Ginseng tea, help against fatigue and prevent cold. The root is proven tonic, which strengthens the immune system, and stimulates the metabolism makes the body generally more resistant to stress and other harmful influences. I drink this tea haft an hour before breakfast.

Smashed banana with yogurt and chia seed

Then had my brekky smashed banana with yogurt and chia seed. An hour after meal I drink turmeric tea, has a strong anti-inflammatory effect and is therefore used to prevent and treat diseases such as the metabolic syndrome or cancer. Turmeric also has a strong antioxidant effect.


2pcs Banana

2tbsp Chia seeds

250g Yogurt with 1% fat

Ashitaba tea

Drink Ashitaba tea, two hours after meal. Ashitaba has been claimed to be an anti-oxidant, anti- cancer and anti- diabetic agent.

Pak choi with Sardines and Apple

For lunch I just had Pak Choi with Sardines and Apple. No carb at all. After that had my Oolong tea specially in the afternoon. Oolong tea prevented fatty liver induced high fat diet.


a bunch of Pak Choi

thumb-sized Ginger

5 cloves Garlic

half teaspoon Coconut oil

1can Mega Sardines



Cooking healthy made easy. A healthy kitchen is rich in fiber, process lots of vegetables and choose whole grains. Here we have brown rice. Provide variety. Let your creativity take over your mind and body. Try the recipes as you like with other vegetables or spice components. I used fat sparingly just one teaspoon of coconut oil. Recipe is ideal for type 2 diabetes like me. Another recipe under the motto „Eating as Medicine.“ Please don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Vegetable fish with rice


300g Cod fish fillet

4pcs Garlic

each 1pc Yellow, Green, and Red Bell Pepper

1pc Zucchini

100g Tomatoe

Salt and pepper

1tsp Coconut oil

Rosemary and Oregano

120g Brown Rice



My recipe of chicken feet soup landed on the table for Sunday linner. When prepared in a healthy way, chicken can be a great ingredient in a healthy diabetic eating plan. All cuts of chicken are high in protein and many are low in fat.

Chicken feet soup


1kg Chicken feet

4pcs Potatoes

2pcs Carrot

Ginger, peeled and sliced

1pc Onion, red

4 cloves Garlic

Pepper corn, crushed

3pcs Scallions

some Water

Fish sauce ( Patis)



There are various types of Chard, Mangold or Heirloom beet. The one I‘m cooking today they call it Swiss Chard. The leaf is thinner compared to the last one I cooked as side dish for my Tuna steak if your are following my VLANG.😂

My shrimp 🍤 „Sinigang“ (sour soup) with Swiss chard

I really love eating this green leafy vegetable (chard or Mangold) What ever you like to named it. It’s because for one reason loaded of fiber and my decrease Insulin resistance and lower blood sugar. My diabetes awareness. Trying to include in my daily meal prepping.


200g Swiss Chard

500g Shrimp

1 Onion

1 Tomato

Salt and Pepper to taste

1/2liter Water

1tbsp Knorr „Sinigang sa Sampaloc“ (Knorr Tamarind Mix) you can use lemon juice instead if you don’t have this.



Pak choi or Bok Choi as you know is rich in vitamin A and C also a good source of zinc. By this time of the year I hardly get it from the market as well as from local farmers. Next year again after winter.

My sautéed Pak Choi 🥬 with fried fish flakes served with curcuma brown rice 🍚

Quick and simple recipe for home prepping I just sautéed it with leftover fried fish flakes with lots of garlic and onion served with my curcuma brown rice.


Bunch of Pak Choi 🥬

2tbsp Coconut 🥥 oil

4 cloves Garlic

1pc Onion

100ml Vegetable broth

Fish flakes, leftover fried fish



Oh my nanay (mother) she cooks so good.😇 The reason why I love vegetables, I grew up with vegetable.😅 Now I live in europe, I cook this for at least twice a week. And today another version and tomorrow also another version of mine.🤣

My „LASWA“ with Crabs 🦀

What is „LASWA“? An Ilonggo native dish. My late mother is from NABAS, AKLAN a native Visaya or Bisaya. I learned this dish from her. When I was in elementary school she used to cook this three times in a week. But using variety of vegetable which she could get from her urban gardening in Mandaluyong City where we live by that time.

My „LASWA“ with „alamang“ (dried tiny shrimp 🦐) and leftover pork belly



1pc Onion

1pc Tomato 🍅

3pcs small Eggplant 🍆

2pcs small Bitter Gourd (Ampalaya)

3pcs Crabs 🦀

6pcs. Okra

some Fish Sauce (Patis)

2pcs small Bottle Gourd (Patola)

a bunch of Camote Tops (Talbos ng Kamote)

Salt to taste


Here with dried tiny shrimp 🦐 (Alamang), squash (kalabasa), wide green beans and more okra which is good for diabetic. Here I added another type of bitter gourd (Ampalaya). And the tomatoes 🍅 kind of cherry tomato small ones. What I have in my refrigerator.🤣

My „LASWA“ with squash, wide green beans and dried tiny shrimp 🦐


3pcs small Tomatoes


Haft a Head of small Squash

1pc Bitter Gourd (Ampalaya)

100g Okra

100g wide Green Beans

a handful dried tiny Shrimp 🦐 (dried alamang)

some Salt to taste



Was craving for pasta but I want something simple and I was not allowed to eat white pasta. By time I’m getting used to eating whole grain. No problem at all. The thing is I don’t have in my pantry anymore and also no fresh parsley.😏 So what I did, just for 250g whole grain spaghetti and a bunch of parsley I went out to get it. Luckily they have at the Etsan store (Turkey Shop) near us just four steps away from home.🤣

Spaghetti with clams-tomatoe sauce

To continue the story, for the sauce a mixture of few clams from my refrigerator, peeled tomato and lots of chopped parsley.😅


About 350g Clams

8pcs. Big Tomatoes, peeled

250g Whole grain Spaghetti

A handful chopped Parsley

Some Oil

Some salt to taste

Some Water to cook Spaghetti 🍝