• Stress Causes Bad Digestion
    Stress Causes Bad Digestion
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Zoe Kirby. Check out her page for more posts. We spend so much time thinking about what we should be eating, wading through all the confusing media messages and new diet plans out there. But how we eat is just as important. Our bodies c...
  • Foods to Help you Breathe Through a Cold
    Foods to Help you Breathe Through a Cold
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Dr Sophie Langham. Check out her page for more posts. Spring may be on its way but there are still plenty of people suffering from coughs, colds and blocked sinuses. The common cold and most upper respiratory infections are...
  • Cleanse your Lungs when you Quit Smoking
    How to Cleanse your Lungs when you Quit Smoking
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Lynn Hickinbottom. Check out her page for more posts. Your lungs are battling environmental pollutants every day so lung cleansing is essential for most of us. One in five in the UK suffer from a lung condition, and the good news is tha...
  • Natural Remedies For Hay Fever
    Natural Remedies For Hay Fever
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Kate Bevan Wood. Check out her page for more posts.  Ways to Help you Breathe Easier this Summer  Hoorah! Spring and Summer are on their way!  Just what’s needed after what seems like a long, dark, cold Winter. Howev...
  • What are Antioxidents?
    What are Antioxidents?
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Jenna Hope. Check out her page for more posts.The Importance of Deep Breathing and the Key Roles of Antioxidants  Breathing is a subconscious continuous action required to keep us alive. However, many of us are not breathing correctly ...
  • Nutrition for Mental Health
    Nutrition for Mental Health
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Dr Janna Scharfenberg. Check out her page for more posts.  3 unknown but yet very important substances  You are what you eat - this maxim is more topical than ever. However, it is often only referring to the physical area.&nb...
  • Foods for Good Circulation
    Foods for Good Circulation
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Hannah Patterson. Check out her page for more posts.  Five ingredients which help keep oxygen flowing in abundance!  Oxygen is our life force. The blood is vital for delivering oxygen to our cells and removing carbon dioxide, alo...
  • Top Foods for Your Respiratory System
    Top Foods for Your Respiratory System
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Graciela Corrales. Check out her page for more posts. The respiratory system is composed mainly of the trachea, throat, lungs and nose. Its primary function is to inhale fresh oxygen into the lungs and exhale old air in the form of carb...
  • Health Benefits of Breathing Deeply
    Health Benefits of Breathing Deeply
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Eva Killeen. Check out her page for more posts. There are many ways to reduce stress — yoga, stroking a pet, or even a chamomile tea. But something you may not have considered, is that there's something you're doing this minute, without...
  • Relax Your Way To Better Digestion
    Relax Your Way to Better Digestion
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Carmen Van Zanten. Check out her page for more posts. Relax your way to better digestionIt's easy to think that the food we eat is all that affects how we digest our food. After all, these days there is no hotter topic than talking...
  • Nutrition for Anxiety
    Nutrition for Anxiety
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Bethany Cox. Check out her page for more posts. If you've ever had a panic attack or felt afraid, anxious or acutely stressed, you might recognise some of these symptoms: tight chest, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, shaking han...
  • Eat Smart For Your Gut, Your 'Second Brain'
    Eat Smart To Support Your Gut, Your ‘Second Brain’
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Lynn Hickinbottom. Check out her page for more posts. For some of you smart eating might be a way to improve your focus and mood, and for others a way to meet your weight goals. It’s a really relative concept. But what we do all share is...
  • Smart Food For Smart Kids
    Smart Food For Smart Kids
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Zoe Kirby. Check out her page for more posts. Your child’s brain is truly incredible.  Here are a few ways you can help to boost their brain power, stay focussed throughout the day, improve their learning and concentration and minimise m...
  • Snacks To Have While In Labour
    Snacks To Have While In Labour
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Carmen Van Zanten. Check out her page for more posts. If we were planning on running a marathon, other than spending months training, we’d also probably take the time to think about other important things surrounding the event. We might ...
  • Ways To Rehydrate After A Workout
    Ways To Rehydrate After A Workout
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Jenna Hope. Check out her page for more posts.  Water is the most important nutrient in the body but often one which gets forgotten about. After a workout we’re often too focused on packing in the protein that we forget to re-hy...
  • Eight Ways To Improve Your Gut Flora
    Eight Ways To Improve Your Gut Flora
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador, Graciela Corrales. Check out her page for more posts. Gut flora (gut microbiota) the collective of microorganisms that live in the digestive tracts of humans, is a talking point in science today.Ongoing research has linked these tin...
  • Food For Your Mood
    Food For Your Mood
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Hannah Patterson. Check out her page for more posts.  It’s great to feel great! Although there is no magic bullet to being completely happy, there are certain foods that, when eaten as part of a balanced diet, are scientifically...
  • Superfoods For The Brain
    Superfoods For The Brain
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Eva Killeen. Check out her page for more posts.  We all tend to be aware of how what we eat affects our bodies. We know what makes us bloated, gain weight or causes breakouts. In more recent years however we are starting to also...
  • HOW TO READ FOOD LABELS
    How to Read Food Labels for Healthy Eating
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Dr Janna Scharfenberg. Check out her page for more posts. So you want to eat healthily and stock up on all of the ‘low fat’, ‘sugar free’, ‘low carb’ health products you find on the supermarket shelves. But these packaged foods are often...
  • The Sleep Guide
    The Sleep Guide
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Dr Sophie Langham. Check out her page for more posts.  Do you struggle to get a good night's sleep? Well, you’re not alone with 1 in 3 of us in the UK suffering from poor sleep or insomnia.We all need different amounts of sl...
  • Tips To Prevent Brain Fog and Help You Think Smarter and Sharper
    Tips To Prevent Brain Fog and Help You Think...
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Bethany Cox. Check out her page for more posts.   Brain Fog or ‘clouding of consciousness’ causes poor concentration and memory and difficulty processing information. Stress and our busy modern lives can contribute to these symp...
  • Ways To Manage Stress With Good Nutrition
    Manage Stress With Good Nutrition
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    A wonderful article by our nutritional ambassador Kate Bevan Wood. Check out her page for more posts.  Many of us have been in a situation where we’ve had to face something that we have been dreading, be it an exam, an interview or a work presentation. Our hands go clammy, we start swea...
  • We Want You to Join Us!
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    Ambassador Application and RequirementsAfter years of creating and building a trusted and well-established audience in the health industry, Natasha is excited to be opening up the Honestly Healthy platform for you to be a part of! The Honestly Healthy Ambassador Programme will be launching this ...
  • The Baby Blogs Part 2 - Supplements, Peeing &...
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     Read The Baby Blogs Part 1SupplementsYou need to start taking folic acid straight away when pregnant to reduce the risk of spinal bifida. I found that Zita West's supplements were great as they contain everything I was taking previously and more, so I just added extra B12, as ...
  • The Baby Blogs Part 1 - How Chilling Out...
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    Removing Stress and Falling Pregnant!After a very crazy half a year of work last year I found myself completely and utterly exhausted so went to see my nutritionist, Dr Wendy Denning. We did test after test to try to work out what I was depleted in and what could be wrong to make me feel so ...
  • Best Slow Release Carbs
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    Not so long ago, fat was the nutritional bad guy, but in recent years carbs have been the whipping boy for weight gain. But choosing the right carbs can keep your brain ticking, appetite in check and your gut flora balanced – which can all contribute to regulating body weight. When you eat complex, ...
  • How Beans Keep You Lean
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    Your Mum’s minestrone, chilli, and creamy bean mash can all be considered weight-loss foods!Bean on a Diet?Beans are arguably the most nutrient-dense source of carbohydrates. Packed full of fibre, beans are digested slowly, which helps to stabilise blood sugar and promote fullness.Packed ful...
  • How to Find Balance
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    Some weeks you might work overtime, missing spin class and barely acknowledging your partner, other times social demands leave your routine in disarray. The solution?Include these five rituals in your life for increased ‘flow,’ whatever the week throws at you.Manage Your Mobile:We now c...
  • Quick & Healthy Breakfasts for When You're in a...
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    Are you bored of chia pudding, need to shake up your smoothie but still want to feel nourished first thing in the morning? A recent survey found that 60 per cent of Brits eat the same seven meals every week . With most of us living life at break-neck speed, it’s no surprise we tend to fall back o...
  • How to Eat After Exercise
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    You’ve lunged, squatted and sweated out toxins and now you are STARVING. So what’s the best food to re-fuel? The answer will depend on a number of factors. For instance, are you a slow or fast burner? In other words, does your body easily assimilate carbs, or do they leave you feeling sluggish and q...
  • Plant Based Protein for Exercise
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    Chicken salads and whey protein shakes have gained a reputation as the go-to foods to maintain muscle mass. However, eating too many of these acid-forming foods might leave you feeling sluggish and irritable. So what are the best forms of alkaline protein? And how much do you need?‘For anyone le...
  • Herbicides: The Low-Down
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    Is it Time to Buy Organic?You might not have heard of the herbicide ‘glyphosate,’ but there’s a chance you have probably eaten it; the weed killer is found in a third of UK bread samples and is the main ingredient in Roundup, the world’s most popular herbicide.The World Health Organisati...
  • YOU USE 660 GALLONS OF WATER BY EATING ONE...
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    News that processed meats were a major cause of cancer sparked a media frenzy last year. In October the World Health Organisation announced that bacon, sausages, salami and ham were ‘group one carcinogens’, placing them in the same category as asbestos, arsenic, alcohol and tobacco. The nitrosam...
  • 5 Ways to Reduce Cellulite
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    You can put a flattering filter on your beach-side insti, but the only way to improve cellulite in real life is to get clean. We look at five natural strategies for making your skin enviably smooth. Get Fit Hit the gym regularly to remove those ripples. ‘Cellulite forms between the muscles so the m...
  • Introducing “DudeFood” Author Dan Churchill
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    Healthy chef Dan Churchill, released his first book, Dude Food at age 19 and has been dubbed the ‘aussie’ Jamie Oliver. Honestly Healthy speaks to him about ‘swaghetti,’ his desert island ingredient and a dessert to get you out of the doghouse. Where did your passion for food and health come f...
  • Five Reasons to Cut Down on Meat
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    Eating a predominantly plant-based diet is not only fashionable – see Beyonce, J-Lo, Joaquin Phoenix - it’s also good for the planet and your long-term health. Here are five reasons to make meat-free meals. Up Your Antioxidants: When you swap meat for more vegetables you load your diet with immun...
  • 5 Snacks to Stay Slim
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    The idea of snacking to stay slim might sound counter intuitive, but we’re not talking cheese and crackers here. Instead think healthy fats and super nutrients to stabilize your blood sugar, boost your metabolism and stop you overeating. Goodbye cravings for acid-forming crisps; hello hunger for t...
  • Healthy Fats for your Body and Brain
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    If you’re overdone the bread and wine this summer, the quickest way to shape up - and sharpen your mind - is to eat more fat. We’re not talking chicken nuggets or deep fried fish– but the immune boosting, alkaline forming fats found in coconut oil and avocado. These healthy fats will keep you feel...
  • Enzymes, the new vitamins?
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    Every chemical function in the body relies on enzymes. These super nutrients are abundant in raw alkaline food, but are destroyed at temperatures above 48 degrees Celsius. Getting more enzymes means healthier skin, better digestion and a super charged immune system. So how do you get more in your...
  • Omega-3 for Vegans
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    The human brain evolved in the sea 500 million years ago, according to marine biologists. It’s little wonder then that omega-3 fatty acids, which are predominantly found in seafood, are so critical for our brain. Studies show they are also crucial for our cardiovascular health and mood. So how do...
  • The Healthiest Nut Butters
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    I hate to spread bad news but peanut butter doesn’t make the cut. It’s acid-forming, susceptible to a carcinogenic mold and is, well, just a bit average compared to these super spreads that are now available. Sprouted Chia Almond Butter (Planet Organic) £8.49 Made with alkaline-forming almonds,...
  • What is in Soya milk?
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    Those who give up dairy often switch to soya milk, believing it’s a healthier alternative. But it’s difficult to say which is worse. Let’s do a quick de-brief on dairy. In its commercial – supermarket - form, dairy is devoid of nutrients; as the pasteurisation process destroys vitamins, minerals a...
  • 5 Perfect Lunch ideas
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    Ninety five percent of workers in Britain buy their lunch, according to a new survey from Protecting.co.uk. It might seem more convenient to pick up a sandwich or salad, but even healthy options often come with hidden sugars and acid-forming additives. So if you really want to know what goes into...
  • How much protein should I really eat?
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    With the rise in popularity of low-carb diets, more of us are becoming aware of the importance of protein. If we don’t eat enough of this essential macronutrient our bodies start to consume protein from our muscles and organs. Eek! But how much protein do we really need? And what are the best veg...
  • What you should know about gluten
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    Do you wake up wanting rye bread, crave pasta or hanker after a slice of wood-fired pizza… only to feel rubbish after eating it? Find out why gluten might be upsetting your stomach and your mood. Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in cereal grains – namely wheat, rye, barley and spelt. It...
  • 5 Foods to Give you Slow Releasing Energy
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    If you want a quick-fix for flagging energy levels then forget sugar, white flour and even sushi. These acid-forming foods will cause blood sugar spikes and leave you feeling flat as a pancake by 4 pm. Instead, choose foods that promote blood sugar balance – think fibre, protein and good quality fat...
  • 5 Things to bring to a Picnic
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    Summer is well and truly here so it's time to sit back, relax and unwind. And there is nothing like having a day in the lovely sunshine with friends and family. It’s a great way to tune out and chill. At this time of the year, no outdoor trip is complete without a picnic basket full of del...
  • My wedding makeup and beauty
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    Getting ready for your big day can be daunting so i wanted to share with you what I did to get ready for mine and what i did on the day to look my best!1. Drink loads of water. I made sure that to get my skin glowing i drank 2 litres of water every day to flush out any toxins and to get lovely ...
  • My Wedding Food
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    When planning my wedding my food was one of the most important things I wanted to get right. I decided that I wanted to keep it 100% Honestly Healthy so worked with a caterer, Peardrop London i have worked with many times to come up with the perfect menu. 90% of the menu was recipes from my books an...
  • Miami Healthy City Guide
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    Los Angeles may be The United States’ indisputable champion of the healthy eating and wellness scene but other American cities are now emerging from its shadow. Miami is one of them. So we’ve asked husband and wife team, Claudia Gonzalez and Michel Francoeur - an incredibly inspiring globetrotting...
  • Alkaline Eating for Men
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    ALKALINE EATING FOR MEN Many women follow an alkaline lifestyle because they see noticeable improvement in their general health and wellbeing. But what about men? Are they hooked? We’ve asked Ross Bridgeford, founder of Life Energized, the world’s largest alkaline diet website, health coach and a...
  • 5 Ways to treat yourself to Ice Cream
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    I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! When the sun is shining and the weather is glorious, ice cream is the perfect complement to a beautiful day. If you want to get your fix right now, why not try these gorgeous “healthy” yet utterly decadent recipes at home. We promise they won’t ...
  • 7 Ways to enjoy seasonal fruit
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    One of the best things about summer is that we are spoilt for choice. Gorgeous, fresh, locally sourced, flavours and textures are plentiful everywhere. Bursting with vibrant colours, this vast array of produce is the perfect opportunity to boost our bodies and energy levels with jam-packed...
  • 5 Things to know about Cavolo Nero, The New...
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    It seems everyone is “kale-ing” it at the moment. It’s the trendy food must have.Two years after the New York Times hailed it as “veggie chic,” the trendy veg is still red hot. American actor Kevin Bacon was reportedly quoted as saying: “A day without kale is like a day without suns...
  • 5 Ways to have a healthy burger
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    Nothing says summertime like a mouthwatering and tasty hamburger. Sinking your teeth into a succulent patty is pure bliss. A really good one is simply a thing of beauty – inherently delicious, messy and oh so satisfying. A hamburger just hits the spot. It’s comfort, joy and laughter all wr...
  • Wellbeing Festival Survival Guide - The Natural Way
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    Music festivals are certainly one of the highlights of the British summer.Hundreds of thousands of revelers of all ages flock to the various festivals all over the UK every year – whether rain or shine. Yes, they can certainly be a muddy and wet affair, but some might say that is part of th...
  • Pros and Cons – Home Bread-making
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    “Putting bread on the table” and being the “bread-winner” are phrases that remind us that “bread” and “money” became almost synonymous during and after the Industrial Revolution. In the past few years, “recession” and “austerity” entered our vocabulary. Most of us devote a great deal of our time t...
  • 5 Ways to have your cake and eat it...
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    It’s undeniable. We are a baking nation – or rather a country obsessed with baking. The phenomenal success of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off has indisputably revealed that a competition based around wooden spoons, mixing bowls and flour makes for gripping and required viewing. Indeed, ...
  • 5 Perfect snacks to bring to a Festival
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    When summer finally arrives, we all relish the longer evenings, warm sunshine and of course - the festival season. It is a fantastic time to let your hair down, put up the tent and roll out those sleeping bags, laugh with friends and family, relax by the water, enjoy brilliant live music, indulge i...
  • Win With Holland & Barrett
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    Win With Holland & Barrett MoreWe have teamed up with Holland & Barrett, one of the country’s most significant retailers in Free From food for a hamper Instagram giveaway. To go into the running to win a Holland & Barrett Hamper valued at £200 head over to our Instagram repost the ...
  • 21 Day Reboot
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    Our latest 21 day alkaline easy to follow plan is the perfect tool if you are looking to start improving your diet or interested in the health benefits of following a alkaline lifestyle. To start you off we give you the tools you need like meal planner, loads of quick and easy midweek recipes, s...
  • 5 ways to improve your skin and hair
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    We all know that eating a natural plant-based diet is beneficial to our general health and wellbeing. A healthy approach not only offers us the perfect fuel for our bodies but it can also make us look and feel fantastic. But we can even go one step further - by decluttering our beauty regim...
  • Summer in Gstaad anyone?
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    I love the mountains so much and when i was invited to go to Gstaad earlier this year i was over the moon. We just caught the end of the snow which was brilliant, hardly anyone on the mountain tops and great conditions and slopes. We stayed at Le Grand Bellevue which was beyond magical. As soon as y...
  • 5 Tips to Stay Healthy + Hydrated on the...
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    One of the things that I frequently tell myself off for is not drinking enough water. I can go hours without taking a sip and then i wonder why i am so tired and lacking in energy. Our body is made up of 55-60% of water and hydration is one of the very few primary needs for human beings. The five ma...
  • Make Baobab Famous!
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    What might you ask is BAOBAB and why make it famous? The baobab is a fruit that grows on what they call the 'Tree of Life' in Africa and is a symbol of life and positivity. People don't realise that this fruit has the potential to transform millions of lives. The truly giving founds from Aduna ha...
  • 3 days at Como Point Yamu in Phuket
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    I have been to Phuket a few times normally for a detox but when we were invited to a friends wedding over there I thought it best to luxe it up! It is so important to me that when I find a place to go on holiday it is healthy as well as traditional food for my fiancé. I was invited to the Como hotel...
  • Foods of the Season - July
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    Summer is the time of the year when we should make the most of what the season has to offer and reward our bodies with the nutrient-dense and high quality foods it deserves. Local fruit and vegetables are plentiful in our farmers’ markets, supermarkets, allotments and gardens. And this abundance of...
  • Why Eat Organic
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    8 Reasons To Eat Organic Food I have always believed in eating to be healthy – enjoying simple and good food that nurtures the mind and body. For me, this means eating organic. Put simply: organic food is better for you, better for the environment and better for our animals. And in my opinion, it...
  • 5 Festivals with Awesome Food
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    Music festivals no longer represent a feast just for the ears. Forget about the soggy and limp chips, rubbery hot dogs, terrible burgers and warm beer.True, there was a time when that’s all you could expect. Sacrificing good food and yes, personal hygiene, was part of the game. Festivals were ab...
  • Eating for Exercise
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    Fitness and nutrition go hand in hand. You really can't get the best out of one without the other.“Knowing when and what to eat can make a difference in your workouts,” argues the Mayo Clinic, a highly reputed research institute in the United States.Having a generally healthy diet can serve you wel...
  • "Pegan" Paleo-Vegan
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    THINKING ABOUT GOING PEGAN? Move over Atkins, Weight Watchers and the Zone diets. There is a new diet kid on the block. It’s hot and everyone wants a piece of it. It’s called the “Pegan” diet and it is fighting its way towards the dietitian Hall of Fame. But will it make it?American doctor...
  • Foods for June
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    There is nothing as quintessially British as Wimbledon, the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It’s steeped in tradition, from the grass courts to the strict white dress code. Not only are the world’s best players all there vying for the most coveted title of their caree...
  • Are you ready to take the challenge?
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    Running – Are you ready to take on the challenge? Marathon season is now full swing. There are 5K and 10K races happening all over the UK this summer, making it the opportune time to lace up your trainers and get fit and healthy. Last April, more that 38,000 running enthusiasts took part in the 2...
  • Spring is really here!
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    I love more than anything seeing the leaves on the trees and the blossom falling on the ground… it says here comes the summer to me! However for a lot of people it suddenly is the realization that that bikini body needs to be obtained if we have let ourselves go over winter. This year I have been ...
  • Healthy eating tips for children
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    7 ways to get your children into healthy eating Throughout my life I’ve always really enjoyed healthy food. I could quite easily live off grain-filled salads, pulses and vegetables. And this I credit my parents with. In spite of not having the healthy eating drive, resources and research we do now...
  • Probiotics – Good and Friendly Bacteria Anyone?
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    We all want our gut to be happy and for it to do its business – digest food. After all, promoting gut health – our individual identity card as two-thirds of it is specific to each and every one of us – is to our benefit. That’s because the human body – mainly in its digestive track – houses most...
  • Foods of the season - May
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    When May comes around, we know that spring has definitely sprung! The leaves on the trees are sprouting and we are reacquainted with lush greenness, whether it’s in our gardens or our woodlands. Flowers are in bloom and we are reintroduced to vivid and cheerful splashes of colour. It is also the ti...
  • FOODS OF THE SEASON - APRIL
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    There’s no comparison for fresh seasonal food. You can smell the goodness when you snap it off the stalk and research confirms its nutritional superiority. Once picked, vegetables immediately start to lose their precious vitamins and minerals. In fact, a 2010 study by the Institute for Food Research...
  • 70:30 LIFESTYLE
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    Being healthy can be simple and easy. And it doesn’t have to take over your life. Life is about having things in moderation. Restricting yourself all the time by cutting out all of your little guilty pleasures is not only boring but also means that you’re going to base your life on willpower –...
  • WHAT IS GLUTEN FREE? WE EXPLAIN!
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    Enthusiasm for a gluten-free diet in the UK has been spiralling upwards. When we see celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow buying exclusively gluten-free snacks for her children, or we hear tennis players like Novak Djokovic claiming he is the world’s number one due to his gluten-free lifestyle, we are b...