Easy and quick apple crumble recipe!

Are you looking for an easy snack to eat after a long day at the University?

Don’t eat chips or chocolate, choose something healthier and way more tasty!

..Nothing’s better than a delicious and timeless apple crumble!

This is all you need:
  • 4 Green apples
  • 100g granulated sugar
  • 150g plain flour
  • 75g salted butter

When you’re ready, follow these easy steps:

Preheat the oven to 180C

  1. Prepare the apples. Fill a saucepan with water, peel and chop the apples into little squares. Then just place them in the saucepan.
  2. Drain all of the water, add 50g of the sugar, and stew until the apples become mushy. Then put the apples into an ovenproof dish.
  3. Place the flour and the remaining sugar in a bowl. Add the butter and mix everything together. Pour this on top of the stewed apple.
  4. Eat hot from the oven!!

Easy, quick, tasty and healthy too!

Read this and you’ll never feel tired again

Gone to a party last night and now you can’t keep your eyes open while you’re in class?

Don’t worry and don’t have 10 cups of coffee..

Here’s what you need to do!


Firstly, have a good breakfast, it is the most important meal and if you skip it, your brain won’t get enough energy to work properly.

Try to avoid junk food, have fiber and omega 3 instead (not only fish!); It will make your stomach feel better and your brain encouraged.

But also, pay attention to what you drink!

Despite of what the label says, energy drinks are not good at all for your body!

According to Mayo Clinic:

Most energy drinks contain large amounts of caffeine, which can provide a temporary energy boost. Some energy drinks contain sugar and other substances. The boost is short-lived, however, and may be accompanied by other problems

An old but gold advise.. STAY HYDRATED!

Your organs and body cells need water, remember.. it is 70% of you!

Take deep breaths, listen to music, do what you love!

Make sure you follow an healthy diet and do enough physical exercise.

In fact, research has shown that the most lazy people are the ones who will likely feel tired the most.

Always remember to sleep at least 8 hours per night.. Even though it’s super hard, while you’re in college.

Why Avocados are good for you

Avocados nowadays are becoming more and more popular.

Many restaurants offer avocado dishes and many nutritionists recommend them in their diet plans.

Let’s find out why!

According to Medical News Today “ avocado is the only fruit that provides a substantial amount of monounsaturated fat (the healthy kind). Avocados are a naturally nutrient-dense food and contain nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. ”

Avocados in fact, contain vitamin C, B-5 and K.

Vitamin C helps the memory formation; vitamin B-5 regulates sleep and muscle relaxiation; while vitamin K helps the blood cell function by eliminating toxines. In just one Avocaldo there’s almost 45% of your recommended daily need.

But it’s not just about vitamins..

By including an avocado to your diet increases the cardiovascular health. Its unsaturated  acids lower the blood cholesterol lever which evitates heart disease.CNN, in fact, included avocados in it’s “10 best foods for your heart” article.

Avocados have multiple perks and one of them is the easy way of using it in creative dishes.

It’s easy to peel and to prepare, and the recipies are innumerous.

(One of the most popular, by the way, is Guacamole)

You could easily bring it to College with you, an healthy / delicious meal always ready to be eaten.

Squeeze some lemon on it and do a favor to your body!

photo credit: http://www.healthyfoodspace.com/avocados-many-magic-powers-humans-life-health/