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  • Writer's pictureMasha Bacer


Good morning starts with good nutrition!

Finding the right nutrition for your body can be quite challenging.

We are all different and we all need a certain type of nutrients more than others. What suits some might not suits others. So I recommend doing own research and experimenting with different sorts of nutrients in order to find the ones that will bring the balance to your body.

I just couldn't satisfy my needs lately, so I've started to try different kinds of bread recipes. I saw that my body wasn't reacting well towards flour, even though I'd be using buckwheat flour, corn flour, chickpea flour... and then this finding found it's way to me. :D


  • improved metabolism

  • very filling, although you don't feel the heaviness afterwards

  • rich in proteins

  • rich in fibre

  • rich in fat

  • very tasty


  • 1 grated squash

  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil

  • 65 g of almonds (soaked and peeled)

  • 100 g of sunflower seeds

  • 90 g of flax seeds

  • 150 g of oats

  • 50 g of pumpkin seeds

  • 3 tablespoons of chia seeds

  • 25 g of psyllium

  • 1 teaspoon of non unrefined salt

  • 350 ml of water (or more if needed)

Grate green squash into a big bowl. Start adding pumpkin, flax and sunflower seeds, peeled almonds and salt.

Add oats, chia seeds and psyllium and mix it all together. In the end we add water and olive oil and mix it well once again.

Put the mixture onto the baking paper on the baking tray and let it rest overnight in a fridge.

The morning after ... preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius. Bake the bread for 25-30 mins and then turn it around on the baking paper and put it back in the oven for another 25-30 mins. Let the bread cool completely in the oven.

And here it is, your healthy, happy, morning companion!

Try it for yourself and feel free to share your findings with me. xo

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