Clean Eating

The Swedish Way of Living

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Hot off the heels of comes , which translates to “just right,” or the Swedish way of living your life with balance and harmony. In , you’ll In addition to the mouthwatering recipes, which consist of balanced dishes full of whole grains, dairy, fish and vegetables, you’ll learn how to slow down and savor every moment, whether it’s savoring that last sliver of cake for dessert or enjoying a coffee break (or what the Swedes call ). From fostering a healthy worklife balance to preparing simple, wholesome recipes such as Beetroot, Lentil and Feta Salad or a Pear and Cardamom Compote, is an inspiring reminder to be happy with what you have and to live with purpose to improve not only yourself, but the world around you.

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