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Soup For Summers

Posted in Anna Steele, Recipes we love by  •  June 20, 2016

This raw vegan soup is very simple to make with minimal clean-up and they are very easy to digest. You can also add your favourite herbs and spices to the mix  and once you feel confident with the method start adding other water rich veggies such as cucumber, celery etc bringing more and more nutrients. Because...

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Choosing to clean out the body is a fantastic state to arrive at and one that calls for enthusiasm. Knowing exactly how to proceed is also a motivating factor and having the right information is like a map to be used as guidance for the territory you will cover. During a cleanse or detox regime the body will...

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The bloodstream is our own inner river of life! Which like any other watery body can become clogged and polluted. We can become informed of actions we can take and lifestyle choices we make to keep our blood strong clean and vital throughout our life. We need also to recognize what contributes to causing...

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What does a raw foodist eat in a day?

Posted in Anna Steele by  •  February 29, 2016

Anna Steele shares a day of exactly what shes eat and the nutritional value of the food too. Good Morning! The all important break-fast I’m sure you know the word breakfast indicates a break from the fast you had when you slept for however long you did last night. I usually have 8 hours of sleep. Because we fast...

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Hormones affect mood, sleep cycles, metabolism the reproductive cycle, sexual arousal, hunger and cravings. Through diet and powerful food choices, looking after our emotional health and well being we can take charge of how things affect us. We can actually do this in the most natural way possible which is first...

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Hormones and you

Posted in Anna Steele, More than cooking by  •  January 18, 2016

I am someone who lives in a very right hemisphere brain way of life - preferring to paint, play music and listen to my feelings and body for queues. Having lived on raw food for nearly 13 years now, I find that I know exactly what I need if I really listen. However dietary needs are very complex and to sustain energy...

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Ill health is not something that has to happen in winter, there are many ways you can make sure you stay on top of the game. Lungs and bronchial health When the air changes in winter, it is important to support the breathing apparatus, knowing which foods allow this will greatly improve your well being. The herb...

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During the colder winter season air pollution changes, and your health can be compromised by these environmental factors. Smog is often caused by heavy traffic, high temperatures, sunshine and calm winds. During winter, when wind speeds are low, it helps the smoke and fog to stagnate at a place forming smog,...

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All About Allergies

Posted in Anna Steele, More than cooking by  •  November 16, 2015

There are many symptoms that show up when an allergy attack is occurring ranging from sneezes, coughing, itchy rashes, and swellings to name a few. These reactions show that the immune system is overreacting and fighting off an intruder which causes the body to release an excess of histamine, an inhibitory...

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With Diwali just around the corner, its that time of the year that tests our will power to have to cut back and ignore all the sugar and fat loaded sweet treats. It’s especially difficult when every other day you have another basket of mithai enter the house. But you don’t have to deprive yourself of any of the...

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