raw food

Plodding away on that treadmill may leave you thinking only of the destination of loosing that stubborn five pounds/that muffin top etc; but you can lose a whole day biking in Epping Forest or the South Downs, or kayaking in Snowdonia and not realise how many calories you've burned through.
As we veer into an age of hyper-awareness, the ethics of how we use such knowledge is more pertinent than ever. Otherwise we may be faced with a future where courtship involves clubbing each other over the head (verbally known as NLP), whilst sipping green smoothies laced with our 21st Century love-potions.
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'.
'We like to think of ourselves as the haute couture of the food-to-go world', states the Ottolenghi website. Their stark
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.
Well, who'd have thought that the raw foodist could come out on top in times of financial crisis? Everyone's always banging on about how expensive organic produce is, blah, blah, blah, but they really weren't taking into account the bonus of foraging, AKA free food!