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Happy new year

Happy new year from your friends here at Food Pharmacy. Unfortunately, the only picture we could find was of us and our designer Anna. Any honest new year’s photo would include our beloved new additions to food pharmacy: trainee Sebastian, and his wife Katja, our editor/all around helper – but it will have to be next year’s project to take a picture of all five of us.

New Year’s Eve is always a little special – you get to summarize one year while making plans for another. Without going into too much  detail, 2017 was one of the toughest years ever for us in our private lives, and it is with real relief that we’re putting it behind us.

Luckily, we have a few things to smile about, like what an exciting year 2017 was for Food Pharmacy. We released our second book, which sold even better than the first. We gave lectures all around the country, expanded our team, signed a contract on our third (!) book, translated our first book into 15 languages, and started our Food Pharmacy podcast.

But it’s more fun to look into the future – and we are definitely looking forward to 2018! There are already many plans: next week, we’ll be partially unveiling a new look for the blog, and in mid-January we are starting a revolution, which we hope will spread widely and lead to change. But we’ve also left room for new and exciting and unplanned things, as well. Because in 2017 we learned: you never know what’s around the corner. And by keeping an open mind and learning how to play it cool, everything turns out ok in the end.

Last but not least:

Thank you to all our faithful readers. Thanks for all the pep talks, all the support, all the emails and comments. What an amazing source of inspiration you are! Without you all we would be nothing.

Happy new year, friends!

You’re more than welcome to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. And buy our first book in German here or in Polish here, and our new cookbook in Swedish here. And buy professor Bengmark’s Synbiotic15 here.

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