Onions and Garlic are vegetables witch have both many health benefits – most of our ancestors knew and now our generation has almost totally forgotten about them. Actually both contain a variety of natural chemicals that are capable of fighting infections and healing the human body. Never let the unpleasant odor of any of these foods cause you to avoid them as these foods can easily be added to recipes.
The Landscape Architecture Magazine ASLA just published a a well written article about the summer open air swimming options in the city of Zurich. In Zurich, the quest for something cool ends at the nearest badi LAM 06 June 2015_Zurich Badi.pdf
“Moringa Oleifera” also known as “Moringa” is growing in popularity among health conscious people worldwide. Some call it the “Miracle Tree” while yet others call it “The tree of life”. The Moringa plant was originally native to the Himalayan foothills of Asia but due to it’s popularity and fast growth, it’s now being cultivated all over the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Read more →
We, Btina and myself have re-discovered all the following amazing tropical fruits and vegetables here in Bolivia, South America. This is a quick recap of the last weeks blog post about the healthy tropical fruits and vegetables. So far I have published about: Papaya, Coconut, Potatoes, Cacao, Bananas and Avocados
Not so long ago in another life I had this killer urban bike. A Bad Bod III from Cannondale. If you live in a city you may have seen of them around. Or maybe you where not sure what you saw – now you know what it was Read more →
Download your free wallpaper here. I have a entire Flickr Album dedicated to nothing less than high quality and unique photography you are free to use personally desktop wallpaper photos. Please note that it’s free for personal use only! Any commercial use for wallpaper needs to be discussed with me first. Read more →
We, Btina aka GreenTina and I have been exploring Bolivia for a little more than 90 days now. It’s located in the center of South America. Bordered by Brazil to the east, Paraguay and Argentina to the west and Chile and Peru to the north. Bolivia hosts the encounter of South America’s three most important macro regions, which are the Andes, the Amazon and the Chaco. It remains the continent’s least populated country. It’s the forgotten jewel of South America, its geographical, cultural and energetic center. Oblivion and underdevelopment -burdens that have forced half of the Bolivians to live outside their country- has its curious advantages. Ecologically speaking, Bolivia is one of the least devastated and exploited countries in the world. It preserves 85% of its original vegetation coverage. Read more →