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  1. All You Need To Know About Chia Seeds

    by Jaspal Niijar

    Also known as Salvia Hispanica, chia is a flowering plant native to Mexico and Guatemala. The Codex Mendoza suggests that the Aztecs cultivated the chia plant. The plant is a member...

  2. Beat the Heat by Gulping Fruit Infused Water Drink

    by BD Basu

    ... Moreover, if you are a health freak and do not want to gulp fizzy cold drinks or sodas, is there any option left to rejuvenate and invigorate your body and mind so that you can...

  3. Colour Coding Your Diet

    by Lauryn McGuiness

    This article focuses on the importance of colour coding our diet, which the author says is the healthiest way to eat as it is colour that determines food’s beneficial qualities mor...

  4. Everything You Need to Know About Lentils

    by Kate Morin

    They’re the world’s oldest cultivated legume, so it’s no surprise that lentils have become a staple across the globe – from India to the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.[1 2]<...

  5. Fermented Foods are not ‘Flavour of the Month’ but are here to Stay

    by Gill Jacobs

    Fermentation is a process of microbial action, and when used to break down food, produces numerous benefits for those who consume them. Fermented foods have been known throughout t...

  6. Food and Emotions

    by Montse Bradford

    The author believes that food and emotions are linked together and the relationship begins at birth with mother's milk. During childhood, food is linked with treats which are given...

  7. Food and Mood

    by Amanda Geary

    The current approach to mental health problems continues to favour the use of drug therapy and/or psychotherapy, yet more than 30 years of research provides convincing evidence for...

  8. Healthy Eating and Habits - Bruschetta

    by Michelle Tchea

    Bruschetta It's easy to fall into the rut of not eating a proper meal, especially after a long day at work. But rather than delving head first into a box of cereal or calling your l...

  9. Our Inner Fire

    by Montse Bradford

    The author suggests that we all sit quietly for a moment with our eyes shut. Imagine a flame inside us and decide on its shape, size, colour and intensity. Is it burning happily, v...

  10. Selection and Use of Whole Grains

    by Yvonne Leahy

    This article describes evidence-based health benefits of consuming whole grain foods. It offers practical tips for incorporating more whole grains into existing diets. The relation...

  11. Sip and Enjoy the Most Nourishing and Healthy Drink

    by BD Basu

    To beat the heat of summer, why not to enjoy a mouth-watering drink of apple or basil based composition.

  12. The Alchemy of Cooking

    by Montse Bradford

    The author is Director of The School of Natural Cookery and Life Energetics, which offers weekend courses in wholefood cookery, natural lifestyle and food energetics. It is said to...

  13. The Alchemy of Cooking: Our Children, Our World

    by Montse Bradford

    This article looks at the importance of nutrition and correct supply of nutrients for the rapid growth and healthy development of children.

  14. The Ins and Outs of Emotional Eating

    by Gina Pickersgill

    This article focuses on emotional eating and binging, and how to go about changing such stress-related responses. The author explains what emotional eating is all about, describing...

  15. The Perfect Breakfast for Sustainable Healthy Weight, Long-Lasting Energy and Anti-Ageing

    by Jacquie Robertson

    As a Nutritionist, one of the biggest and most common mistakes I see my female clients make is firstly, skipping breakfast and secondly, not consuming enough protein at their first...

  16. The Slow Food Revolution

    by Maria Davies

    The Slow Food movement is a worldwide phenomenon. Its aim is to replace fast food with real food diversity, to revere the natural environment and to care passionately for the wellb...

  17. Thinking Globally, Cooking Locally

    by Montse Bradford

    The author is an internationally renowned cooking teacher, author, emotional counsellor and healer. She is also the director of The School of Natural Cookery and Life Energetics. I...

  18. Winter - Season of Flux

    by Estelle Lefébure

    Winter is a season of flux. When the first chilly mornings arrive and the nights grow longer than the days, we have a tendency to turn inward and hibernate. But this season can be ...

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