Hello and thank you for stopping by. My name is Hedi and I live with my family in Essex, UK.  I am originally from the Czech Republic, but have been living in England for more than 12 years.  I am a busy mum of two who is passionate about making and eating healthy food, running, the gym and music.

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Hedi Hearts is created out of love and the desire to rediscover the joy of preparing and eating food while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It’s time to brush away all of the harsh diets, calorie counting and feelings of starvation, guilt and negative emotions. I am on a mission to help everyone Fall Back in Love with Food again! Let’s bring delicious, savory, sweet and extraordinary flavor back to our food and life! You can achieve all of your health goals by joining me as I get creative in the kitchen and share delicious wholesome recipes that feed your body, mind and soul. Join me on a journey of good health, positive emotions, natural weight loss, glowing skin and hair, plus an abundance of energy that will last you throughout the entire day!

If you are looking for more inspiration don’t forget to come and say hi on my Facebook page or ever so growing Clean Eating, recipes and support Facebook group. I follow plant-based diet and absolutely love it. My recipes are mostly plant based, but also few vegetarians (my family eats everything) but I promise you will enjoy them whether you are vegan, vegetarian or meat eater. On my blog everyone is welcome regardless of their diet, especially those with sweet tooth like me and those of you who want to know how to make healthy treats, cakes and desserts. My blog is about what I love, what I am passionate about and what makes me happy. Please get in touch if you have any questions about my recipes, clean eating or just to say hi.

Much love,
Hedi

 

Disclaimer : I am not, nor do I claim to be a nutritionist or dietitian. You should consult your doctor before starting any diet plan to ensure you are free
of any health conditions prior to proceeding. The meals I make and suggest are a suggestion only. By reading this you understand and take full
responsibility and release Hedvika Pavelcova and anyone affiliated with Hedi Hearts of all and any possible liability.Thank You.

7 Comments on About Hedi Hearts

  1. Shamoona Hughes
    October 15, 2015 at 9:15 am (2 years ago)

    Loving your recipes.

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  2. Shamoona Hughes
    October 15, 2015 at 9:17 am (2 years ago)

    Loving your recipes
    Keep the good work.

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    • Hedi Hearts
      October 15, 2015 at 10:46 am (2 years ago)

      Thank you so much, this has made my day!!! Hedi xxxx

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  3. Emi
    February 7, 2016 at 9:25 pm (2 years ago)

    I love your recipes and ge why they’re not calories counted, but wondered if you’d consider adding the carbohydrate content per serving to make life easier for those of us who have type 1 diabetes and need to carbohydrate count to give correct insulin dose.

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    • Jake Iszard
      October 25, 2017 at 2:58 am (4 weeks ago)

      Could you not just count each item individually and how they react with other foods and just guesstimate a number emi? I understand with regards to diabetes but unless you have a little “foodie” science lab you won’t know exact figures surely.

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    • Jake Iszard
      October 25, 2017 at 3:01 am (4 weeks ago)

      When cooking from scratch, you can work out the total calories by adding up the calorie content of each ingredient.
      You’ll need to use food labels, kitchen scales to weigh ingredients, and an online calorie counter.
      Say you’re making spaghetti bolognese for four people. Use a non-stick pan so you only need to use a tablespoon of oil to fry the ingredients.
      The bolognese sauce contains lean beef mince, onions, chopped tomatoes, carrots, vegetable stock, olive oil, and herbs and spices.
      280g of dried wholewheat spaghetti: 975kcal (4,075kJ)
      200g of lean beef mince: 342kcal (1,429kJ)
      two cans of 400g of chopped tomatoes: 192kcal (802kJ)
      one onion: 55kcal (230kJ)
      two carrots: 70kcal (292kJ)
      a tablespoon of olive oil: 119kcal (497kJ)
      vegetable stock, herbs and spices – the calorie content is almost zero and can be ignored
      The total calorie content of this recipe is 975 + 342 + 192 + 55 + 70 + 119 = 1,753kcal (7,327kJ).
      If you eat one quarter (one serving), you will consume 1,753/4 = 438kcal (1,831kJ).

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  4. NANCY
    April 15, 2017 at 3:51 am (7 months ago)

    HEDI, I HAVE JUST COME ACROSS THIS SITE. THANK YOU SO MUCH. I HAVE NO CLUE HOW TO DOWNLOAD A PDF. SHALL BE A GOOGLIN LOL.
    HEDI, I AM SO EXCITED TO TRY YOUR RECIPES! CURRENTLY , BUILDING A LIST OF THINGS I NEED, IMMERSION BLENDER, A MACHINE TO MAKE SPIRAL VEGGIES. SORRY FOR CAPS ON STEROIDS FOR YRS. MIGHT I ask how many blades i need for the immersion blender? A good length for the shaft? HOW MANY SPEEDS? ( i can not feel my left pinkie and it changes fonts sorry) SAme questions for the mACHINE THAT MAKES SPIRAL VEGGIES. FEEL FREE TO HIDE THIS MESS. IT IS EMBARRASSING . THANK YOU SO MUCH AGAIN, HEDI.

    BLESS YOU
    Nancy

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