Organic September: My organic grocery essentials

Sainsbury's Organic range

It’s Organic September so I thought will share with you some of my organic grocery essentials I use every week and tell you where I buy them from, but before then just quickly why it’s good to go organic: 1. To reduce your exposure to potentially harmful pesticides 2. To support higher standards of animal welfare 3. To […]

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Baldwins: Inner balance tea, #InsideOutBeauty

Baldwins Herb Art Card

I am a big  fan of herbal teas and when Baldwins were in touch about their new campaign involving herbal teas, I was happy to get involved. In case you didn’t know, Baldwins are London’s oldest herbalists, established in 1844, as I learnt. They don’t only sell natural remedies and herbs but also natural skincare and haircare […]

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Top UK vegetarian food bloggers to follow

Deliciously Ella blog

Vegetarian food may sound bland and boring but there is a lot you can do with it as proven by some of the top UK vegetarian food bloggers. I eat 80-90% vegetarian food (the rest is fish/seafood) and I am always on the lookout for new vegetarian recipes to try out as things get boring sometimes. Following […]

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How to prevent sports and exercise injuries

cycling

Exercise and sport are great for you and good for your health but as with many things in life, there are some risks involved while being active. These risks are relatively low but people can still get injured during exercise, sometimes through overuse, sometimes from a more direct trauma and sometimes through a lack of decent […]

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How exercise can improve health

Exercise

Healthy living is not all about healthy eating, nutrition and living your life more naturally, avoiding toxic chemicals whenever possible. Healthy living is also about exercising and staying active and if you really want to be healthy, exercise should be an important part of your lifestyle. We all know exercise is good for us and […]

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West Midlands Vegan Festival 2014 Highlights

vegan-freebies

This weekend I attended West Midlands Vegan Festival which took place in Wolverhampton and it was the first time for me to attend this kind of event. Just to mention, I am not a vegan, but I eat mostly vegetarian food with seafood and fish on a menu once or twice a week. It happens that some of […]

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