Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
With the end of the harsh winter season and the beginning of spring, the topic of health problems, often associated with the change of seasons, is relevant again. SAD, or the so-called seasonal depression, is a psychological condition that usually manifests itself with changes in the amount of sunlight in different seasons. One of the most commonly cited causes is the vitamin D deficiency we get during the winter months, but the overall picture of this condition still remains unclear to modern medicine. Read on our blog what are the real causes of SAD according to Anthony William.
Sunflower seeds nourish the whole organism. They are a rich source of easily digestible and digestible proteins, which are essential for the repair of tissues, nerves and cells. Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin D, vitamin B-complex, vitamin K and vitamin E.
Vegetable Spring Rolls
It's time to unload our body after the hard series of holidays during the winter months. More and more people are turning to a plant-based diet. These vegetable spring rolls are a perfect option for part of your menu. Low in fat and healthy, they are healthy to eat and so much fun to make!