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As a Holistic Health Coach, I’m a cheerleader for happiness. Cause in the end, isn't that what we’re all chasing?
Happiness is first of all a choice, but also a result of authenticity and balance. Bringing that into every area of life is key. Healthy relationships are just as important as diet, and a good exercise routine just isn't going to make it without a positive mindset. Everything is connected, and Holistical is a peek into what’s become my version of this. I hope it leaves you inspired to bring your best into every area of your life.

Anne-Line Erlandsen

Based in:
Oslo, Norway

Contact:
anneline@holistical.no

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I love love love love love love love chocolate, and Twix bars used to be one of my favourites before I went vegan.

I’ve been craving them for ages, and finally decided to make my own vegan and healthy option. I found the recipe here, and made a video of me making them. They turned out soooo good! Maybe more like a Snickers bar, since I used peanut butter, but either way. YUM.

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February 6th, 2017|0 Comments

A lot of people have actually asked me lately what I usually eat, and if its expensive or not. I don ’t go shopping once a week, because I find it a little heavy for one person to carry all that food, and I like buying the ingredients for what I crave every time I’m hungry. I eat very simple tho, and because of that there’s a lot of food I tend to buy over and over every single week. Here’s what I think a weekly grocery haul would look like for me right now:

14 bananas
1 bag of frozen raspberries (or your favourite)
1 bag of fresh spinach
(1 coconut water / almond milk)
1 bag of muesli / oats
1 nut-butter
1 whole wheat bread
4 avocados
1 lime
1 hummus
1 crispy salad
1 bag frozen veggies
2 sweet potatoes
4 cans of beans/lentils
A bag of champignon
2 big bell peppers
1 squash
2 onions
1 bag of wholegrain pasta
1 canned tomatoes
1 tomato pure

Eating plant based and healthy is not more expensive then eating meat and dairy. But just like you can choose between eating cheap or expensive animal-based foods, you can do the same with plants. I don’t mind spending my money on delicious food, but my regular food doesn’t really cost that much.

Also keep in mind that I don’t buy all these things every single week. Muesli, oats, nut-butters, bread, frozen things, pasta etc. usually lasts longer than a week.

xx

January 30th, 2017|0 Comments
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