Category: Health

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Quick, Healthy & Tasty Vegan Nori Rolls

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 26 August 2014: Quick, Healthy & Tasty Vegan Nori Rolls Ideal for lunch or a snack, these parcels are protein-packed, loaded with good fats, fibre, vitamins and minerals, filling and ridiculously easy to make. Nori (the edible seaweed used to make sushi) is one of the plant world’s richest sources of protein while also high...

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How Much Water Do I Need?

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 23 March 2014: How Much Water Do I Need? Our bodies are made up of between 60-75% water and we wouldn’t survive more than a week without it. As they say – water is life. Most people know it’s important yet many are chronically dehydrated and don’t even realize it. So how do you know...

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Eliminate to Regulate!

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 15 April 2014: Eliminate to Regulate! If you’re trying to determine what’s causing you to feel a bit ‘off’ and suspect food intolerances, then a simple elimination diet can do the trick. For severe symptoms a food allergy test is recommended. But for milder symptoms like fatigue, low immune system, headaches, skin issues, constipation or...

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Body Talk

Love Food & Yoga Titbits: 06 April 2014: Body Talk Funny isn’t it, that when you go to the doctor you’re putting your body, that YOU feed, water and take care of day in, day out, into the hands of a stranger who, over the course of 15 minutes, diagnoses a few symptoms, runs a few tests, tells you what...

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Detoxing: The Intelligent Approach

By Anthea Grimason Recognizing the fact that we’re all unique in terms of our body types, stages of life, issues going on with our health, climates we live in and foods we eat daily – it makes sense then to approach detoxing in a way that takes these factors into consideration. Just because one method of detoxing may work for...

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Gotta Love Them Juices!

by Kat A lot of Yoga practitioners are looking for a detox program to clean and lighten the body and to improve flexibility. I thought I would share what I have found to work best for me. Juice days for me are really special. And it’s not only because of cleansing the body, and feeling light and flexible. After a few...

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The Great Grain Debate

By Anthea Grimason Whether to eat grains or not really depends on the type of grain we’re talking about, your body type and any current health issues. There is so much variety but unfortunately the more readily available and processed grains like white bread, pasta and rice are totally devoid of nutrition. Even whole wheat bread in the supermarket is...

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When Yoga makes you angry!

by Melanie Cooper A new student recently said she had been told that if a yoga teacher knows what they are doing and teaches the class properly then the students should leave feeling energised and good. Did I agree? Well, I thought, I guess that does often happen – but not all the time. Students can leave anasanapractice feeling angry,...

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The Soy Saga

By Anthea Grimason Once known as the ultimate health food for vegetarians and vegans – the ideal replacement for meat and dairy, these days soy is often referred to as dangerous or even evil. So what on earth happened and is it even safe to eat it? It’s not hard to see why there are health issues around eating soy...

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