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Clean Eating: The Anti-Diet Diet

Clean Eating: The Anti-Diet Diet

Clean eating is the latest craze, but it’s a food-related phenomenon with a difference. It’s not a diet – although it can help to bring about the benefits of a diet – but is instead a lifestyle choice aimed at giving you a healthier relationship with your food in more than one sense of the […]

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Supercharge Your Diet With Spirulina

Supercharge Your Diet With Spirulina

If you are looking to add some healthy supplements to your diet, look no further. Spirulina is loaded with vitamins, nutrients and, with 9 essential amino acids, is a complete protein. Adding a rich deep green colour to your food, it is a useful addition to your daily routine and you will quickly enjoy its […]

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Take Healthy Route To Look Gorgeous And Fit With Teami 30 Day Detox Tea

Take Healthy Route To Look Gorgeous And Fit With Teami 30 Day Detox Tea

Who does not wish to have a body that is fit, good looking as well as healthy? Though all of us dream of celebrity looking body but majority of us fail to get the same due lack of proper exercise, poor eating habits and many other reasons. But if you are among those category of […]

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EWG Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce 2015

Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ 2015

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has just released its annual “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™“, a list of the most (and the least) pesticide-contaminated fruits and vegetables. Even though the data analysed is from the US  I like to refer to it when shopping. It helps me make better choices on what produce I need to buy organic […]

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Dirty Dozen Guide To Food Additives

Dirty Dozen Guide To Food Additives

EWG (Environmental Working Group) has just released its “Dirty Dozen Guide To Food Additives “.  According to EWG “More than 10,000 additives* are allowed in food.  Some are direct additives that are deliberately formulated into processed food. Others are indirect additives that get into food during processing, storage and packaging”. The “Dirty Dozen Guide To Food Additives ” aims to help consumers identify food additives with […]

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Maille - Tantalise Your Tastebuds with Healthy Eating

Tantalise Your Tastebuds with Healthy Eating

  If you enjoy cooking for your family and friends, you know the healthy benefits excellently prepared food brings to the table.  When you have good eating habits, prepare your dishes with health in mind, and follow the four food groups, your family will certainly be healthier, happier, and in better shape both physically and […]

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7 Easy Ways To Add Vegetarian Protein To Your Breakfast

7 Easy Ways To Add Vegetarian Protein To Your Breakfast

A typical breakfast made of juice, cereal, toast and milk is high in carbohydrates and not the best balanced way to start the day. Adding protein to your breakfast is beneficial to both adults and children whether you follow a vegetarian, vegan, flexitarian or omnivore diet. Eating more lean protein in the morning helps regulate […]

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Kale - British Superfood

Kale – The British Superfood

My obsession with kale started after I ate it raw in salad. Since, I have been experimenting with cannelloni, butternut salad, sweet potato salad, hummus, chips etc…. Local & seasonal, Kale is produced in the UK almost all year long. This green brassica owns its popularity to being known as a superfood, rich in vitamins, minerals […]

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Harvard Says Reducing Red Meat Consumption can Extend Life by 20%

Harvard Says Reducing Red Meat Consumption can Extend Life by 20%

According to Harvard Medical School, cutting out or reducing red meat consumption can help prolong your life by up to 20%. The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, looked at 84,000 women and 38,000 men’s diets in order to determine if it was really beneficial to consume a big juicy steak several times […]

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8 Great Sources Of Vegetable Proteins

Proteins are an essential part of a balanced diet. They are essential for growth and repair of the body. One of the biggest misconceptions about switching to a plant-based diet, is that it might not  provide enough proteins. The protein content of non-animal products is often overlooked by meat eaters yet vegetable proteins are present in a […]

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