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The Dangers of Drinking Alkaline Water

Alkaline water is all the hype at the moment. Although there isn’t enough scientific evidence to support the use of alkaline water as a treatment for any health condition, it touts health benefits including soothing acid reflux, being anti-ageing, preventing cancer, rejuvenating the skin, improving hydration, and the biggest one: balancing your body’s pH. I want… READ MORE

Healthy Veggie San Choy Bow

This san chow boy recipe (also known as Asian lettuce cups) is absolutely delicious; light, tasty and very satisfying! The fresh crispiness of the iceberg lettuce combines so well with the satisfying textures of the veggie filling. Then the creamy sweet and spicy dressing tops it all off perfectly. Traditionally, the main ingredient in the… READ MORE

How to Support your Detox Pathways Naturally

The body has an excretory system which is working around the clock to eliminate unwanted toxins. We are exposed to toxins every day from the food we eat, water we drink and the air we breathe. WHY DO WE NEED TO SUPPORT OUR BODY THEN? Lynn R. Goldman, Dean of the George Washington University School… READ MORE

Creamy Beetroot & Avocado Soup

This vibrant beetroot soup is naturally silky, creamy and extremely fulfilling and satisfying. The deep rich colour represents the high content of antioxidants that the beetroot contains. This dish is raw which means that all these antioxidants (along with the enzymes, vitamins and minerals) haven’t been destroyed by heat and your body will be able to efficiently… READ MORE

Liver-Protecting Fennel Juice

This is a nutritionally-dense juice that you’ve probably never tried before. It uses the vegetable fennel which many people seem to disregard. But once you discover the health benefits of this baby, I’m sure you’ll begin incorporating it into your diet a whole lot more! Fennel has a liquorice-type flavour. But fear not – if… READ MORE

5 Ways to Create a Healthy Gut Microbiome

Humans possess an “extended genome” of millions of microbial genes called the “microbiome”. This complex symbiosis influences metabolism, physiology, and gene expression. Microbes are found throughout the human body, including the gastrointestinal tract, skin, saliva, oral mucosa, and mucous membrane that covers the eye. The diversity in locations makes estimating their overall number difficult. The… READ MORE