Fermentation and Your Gut: Kombucha, Kefir & Beyond

How’s your digestive synergy these days? Are your prebiotics and probiotics in symbiosis? Or does something seem a little off?

Food Miles, Fairtrade & Carbon Footprint

Food shopping these days is either a nightmare in guilt management or a marathon in label deduction and ethical decision

Veganuary: So, You Think You Know Veganism?

Plant-Based Living to the Extreme: Raw Foodism and the Whole Foods Plant-Based Diet

Steering clear of animal products can seem confusing at times. Indeed, there are many diets which extend beyond veganism and

The Mythological Devil Called Soya

Some say soya is destroying the environment and rainforests. Nonetheless, producing protein from chicken requires three times as much land

The Balanced Vegan Plate

New vegans might repeatedly be told to “Eat the rainbow”, but here’s a clearer concept of how to get the

Super Seaweed

Seaweeds – yes, that slimy stuff in the (predictably namesake) sea on those rare coastal visits in summer – are

The Science of Nutritional Needs

If you do decide to try Veganuary, or indeed adopt a vegan lifestyle fully, then you need to be clued

Veganuary: So, You Think You Know Veganism?

A New Year; a New You. That’s how the general thinking goes, isn’t it? Come January, we’re over-indulged, bursting at

Interview with Patrick O’Connor – producer of Organic Kitchen Kombucha and owner of PJ Kombucha

What initially intrigues (and sometimes admittedly repulses) most people about kombucha is the scoby: that solid mass within the drink. 

Natto – Taking Fermented Food to the Next Level

It’s supposed to be a rather acquired taste, but if that and the texture can be overcome, then natto actually

Fermentation and Your Gut: Kombucha, Kefir & Beyond

How’s your digestive synergy these days? Are your prebiotics and probiotics in symbiosis? Or does something seem a little off?

Yoga: More Than Exercise

We stand hypnotized by the belief that disease and illness are our fate and destiny, rather than health and bliss,

Taking Five: the Ten Minute Tune-Out (and a Healing Half Hour)

As a nation, we really are incredibly, ridiculously busy.  The air buzzes with more than electricity and radiation waves, or

Food Miles, Fairtrade & Carbon Footprint

Food shopping these days is either a nightmare in guilt management or a marathon in label deduction and ethical decision