Power Lunch

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For all of you who regularly nip into the nearest coffee shop to grab a sandwich for lunch back at the office desk – this post is for you.  Why not try BYOL or Bring Your Own Lunch? It is a healthier and often cheaper way to go about that crucial mid day fuelling exercise which so easily finishes with a bag of crisps and a chocolate bar if we’re not careful.  Continue reading “Power Lunch”

Pea and Cauliflower Bowl

If I was in my twenties, my girl crush would be Deliciously Ella. She has single-handedly changed the face of what a vegan may look and be like which is no small matter.  If in the past you would have let your imagination run riot and conjure up a physical manifestation of a vegan, Deliciously Ella would not have been it, let’s be honest. Continue reading “Pea and Cauliflower Bowl”

A few words about turmeric…

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We are living in interesting times. Many of us are turning our backs on conventional medicine in favour of natural remedies that are both cheaper and contain none of the nasty side effects so prevalent in synthetic pharmaceuticals. We want the food we consume to fill us up whilst also healing and preventing future illness. Organic farming is on the up, natural herbs and spices are used to combat common ailments and health food bloggers are by far the greatest influencers when it comes to changing our daily eating habits. Continue reading “A few words about turmeric…”

Nutritious Red Winter Cocktail

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If green juice is a step too far for you, fret not.  One of Green Swede’s weekly juice customers professed that the green juice he was receiving on a weekly basis was ‘an acquired taste’. This has not stopped him from drinking it – after all he knows it is incredibly healthy – but he is probably more excited with his slightly sweeter carrot/orange/apple/ginger combo that is  also part of his weekly juice order. And it is all good. Continue reading “Nutritious Red Winter Cocktail”