Lentil-Chickpeas Samosas (Vegan and Glutenfree)

Every single time I go to Germany to do my groceries and visit family, I buy way too many things. Maybe I am biased, but I believe that Germnay has a bigger assortiment and more stores, especially in terms of vegan and biological products. So last time I went to Germany, I kinda bought the... Continue Reading →

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A Tribal Girl In India Carrying Her Shoes

It was August 2013, in BR Hills in India. We were visiting soliga people, also spelled Sholaga,  an ethnic group of India. Its members mainly live on the Biligirirangan Hills. The Biligirirangan Hills are commonly called B R Hills, and is a hill range situated in south-eastern Karnataka, at its border with Tamil Nadu. The... Continue Reading →

10 Ayurvedic Tips for your Daily Health.

Ayurveda is traditional healing of the Vedic culture from India. It is 2000 to 5000 years old. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that translates as “the wisdom of life” or “the knowledge of longevity”. Ayurvedic medicine views health as much more than the absence of disease. According to Ayurvedic theory, everything in the universe -... Continue Reading →

India from a medical perspective

As a part of my studies me and my colleagues, mainly medical students, were invited to India for an internship. We were allowed to visit public hospitals, private hospitals, general practitioner offices in cities, rural and remote areas. We visited very low quality places to very fancy hospitals. Those 4 weeks were shocking and amazing... Continue Reading →

India a country of controversy

August, 2013 How did I get there? During my bachelors of honours in International Health I got the chance to visit India for 4 weeks doing field visits, going into hospitals and to general practitioners, going to the most rural areas with no roads and access to the rest of the world. This internship was... Continue Reading →

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