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Polly Noble

Holistic Health Coach, Raw Food Coach, Author, Inspirational speaker and two-time cancer survivor

Polly Noble is a Holistic Health Coach, Raw Food Coach and Chef, author and two-time cancer survivor. Having been diagnosed twice by the age of 28, she has embarked on a kick cancer-butt mission to give her body the nutrition and tools it needs to heal as naturally as possible. Polly is passionate about using her experiences to empower, inspire and motivate others to create health and happiness so they can live a life they love. Polly provides health information, coaching services, keynote talks and workshops which you can find out more about at www.pollynoble.com

Seven Ways to Upgrade Your Life By Eating and Living Consciously

We've all heard the old adage "You are what you eat" but how often do we really stop and think about what we are fueling our body with? It is so easy to grab the nearest snack, and fill up on junk to fill our hunger without really being conscious of what effect that food is having on our body.
03/03/2013 16:41 GMT

5 Reasons to Eat Bee Products

I had never spent a lot of time thinking about the process of how honey is made until I discovered raw unprocessed honey and decided to do some delving. You see there is a much healthier version available than the sugary processed honey you find adorning the supermarket shelves.
06/09/2012 10:16 BST

7 Reasons to Eat Chia

I am a huge fan of chia seed. Chia is an ancient superfood staple of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec cultures which means means 'strength' in Mayan so it is not surprising that they have earned the nickname 'Indian Running Food'.
12/03/2012 17:01 GMT

Soda Side-Effects

Ever wondered just what happens to our body when we drink fizzy drinks? We all know that cans of fizzy pop aren't the healthiest product available for us to consume but did you know that as a result of consuming them regularly, you are seriously compromising your health?
21/11/2011 13:16 GMT

How Raw Food Can Improve Your Mood

When you eat, you feed not only your stomach but your cells and if those cells don't get nourished with the vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that they need, your body can start to malfunction making you experience anything from lethargic to irritable to fatigue to anxiety to depression and many more.
18/11/2011 10:32 GMT