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Yoga suits every body You probably heard many times that yoga is for everybody. There are many different styles of yoga that offer a wide variety of techniques. I believe regardless of your circumstances, you can find a suitable practice. The techniques used in yoga range from simple Pranayama exercises – breath control – to an advanced Asana sessions. Depending on your health, physical fitness and mood, you may choose to go with a breathing
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Banana Pecan Balls gluten free, dairy free, processed sugar free, vegan Packed with minerals such as selenium, zinc, potassium, magnesium and Omega3 Fatty Acids. Delicious and simple! Ingredients: 130g roasted pecans (100g for the mixture, 30g for coating) 80g pitted dates, (soaked in hot water for 15 min) 1 banana 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 tbsp chia seeds 2 tbsp cocoa powder 1 tbsp hemp seeds + 3 tbsp for coating 5 tbsp ground almonds
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Golden Power Smoothie gluten free, dairy free, processed sugar free, vegan What I like about Golden Power Smoothie is the combination of spices. We use: – turmeric – the anti-inflammatory goodness, – Ceylon cinnamon -helping to regulate blood sugar levels, – ginger – is a nausea fighter and has soothing effect on the stomach. It has a creamy texture and subtle tropical taste. It’s definitely on my list of 5 Favourite Smoothies! 🙂 Ingredients: 1 cup coconut milk
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It is not such a simple task to define the term ‘stress’. As a matter of fact, there is no single definition of the term stress. However, if you are looking for stress management techniques, understanding stress itself can be very helpful in choosing a strategy right for your.   Stress is a process caused by the inside or outside world stressful stimuli. Stressors could be emotional (worry over your family), as well as physical
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Raw Banoffee Pie gluten free, dairy free, processed sugar free, vegan   Ingredients: Base: 80g dates (soak for 15 min) 250g nuts (walnuts, pecans, almonds, hazelnuts or mix) 1 Tbsp coconut oil Caramel: 250g dates (soak for 15 min) 3/4 of the water from coconut cream (only from one tin) 1/4 tsp vanilla powder (optional) 2 bananas Cream: 2 tins of coconut cream (the tick part without water) 1 banana dark chocolate   Method: Base:
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Water quality. The human body is constituted of roughly 50-75% water. This substance covers over 70% of the Earth’s surface, and all known life is contingent on the precondition that water is present in a given environment. Without water, there is no life to begin with; and without the presence of water, life cannot abide.     Yes, this substance may be readily available to us, available from many sources, drinkable, and essentially everywhere we go
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In this article we will address the Philosophy of Eating. In upcoming articles on this site, we will further address the encouragement of salubrious digestive function, as digestive health is a point of great contention for many in this here and now, day and age. For now, I would like to focus simply on the act of mindful eating.     Food is central to every one of our lives. It is the very stuff that
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Sugary treats are essentially ubiquitous in this day and age; in restaurants, cafes, shops, canteens, staring out from their display cases, cakes in neat little arrangements, sweets and chocolate bars in brightly coloured packaging, calling to us… Even if we can muster the willpower to not over-indulge, sugar surrounds us everywhere we go, and allowing ourselves to succumb to the cravings sometimes seems inevitable.                 It can also be a difficult task to avoid sugar
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September 22, 2016

The Inner Light Ethos

As living creatures, we are all radiant. Our cells literally emit ‘biophotons’. Biophoton output has been understood as expressive of one’s state of health; more biophoton output, more vibrant health. Viewed with certain instruments, human beings are bioluminescent, shimmering creatures; and little stars made of stardust. Such thoughts can be utterly confounding when it all seems so mundane sometimes… Now, I am not exactly sure what conclusions to draw from these statements of fact, but
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I used to shop at the only organic food store in the vicinity of where I used to live. They certainly had quality fruit and vegetables for the most part (most of the time, at least), and I was thankful to have such a place to do my shopping (at a time my health was not right, and I needed a reliable source for quality produce). But, I spent far too much money on simple
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