Leonie is a huge foodie. She’s obsessed with all things food and no food trend escapes her watchful eye. In her articles she grapples with new diets, metabolic processes, and gives you simple tips and tricks for eating healthy on a daily basis. Leonie studied ecotrophology, with a specialization in nutritional communication, which enables her to create and evaluate individualized food programs. Her articles deal, among other things, with new forms of diets, metabolic processes and simple tips and tricks for everyday life. During her studies in ecotrophology (a field that combines food and nutrition), Léonie specialized in nutritional communication and learned how to create and evaluate individualized food programs that are easy to incorporate into your day-to-day life.
Her favorite subject in college? Nutritional psychology.
“I find it fascinating how food influences the psyche and vice versa. In my articles, I try to make the knowledge I have from my own research accessible to everyone.”
For Leonie, it’s important not to deprive yourself or follow an extremely strict diet. From a nutritional point of view, it’s best to eat in a healthy and balanced way, ensuring you’re getting all the nutrients you need to feel your best. Of course, what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another, and that’s because every metabolism is different. In the end, she thinks your diet should be fun and full of variety.
As a huge foodie, Leonie likes to use her free time to discover the latest and greatest food at Berlin’s many amazing cafes and restaurants.
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