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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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We’re utterly kicked to bring you chia seeds, a little black nutritive miracle that’s also completely organic! Typically tiny oval seeds, chia come in brown, gray, black, and white colours. They are hydrophilic in nature, absorbing over 10 times their weight when soaked. The seeds develop a mucilaginous...

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Where chocolate comes from

Posted in Anna Steele by  •  September 26, 2015

A happy healthy body is one full of hormone balance, healthy neurotransmitters and vitality. It feels good and has a fullness, a sense of being satiated. Nourishment for the body and brain can come from quality foods and a lifestyle to complement this. There has been a gradual replacement of a beautiful natural...

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Conscious eating during pregnancy

Posted in Nutrition by  •  September 21, 2015

When we talk about nutrition and diet in pregnancy, there seems to be this idea that what we eat in that time directly makes the baby. It somehow gives the impression that the body is a network of pipes that connects the baby inside to the food outside, or it is a processing center for the baby. The baby cannot take...

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When it takes a Fly to learn more Organic farmer, Harsh Lohit talks about his adventures chasing the fruit fly, which destroys hundreds of crops in the monsoon season. As opposed to conventionally grown guavas, which are sprayed with tonnes of pesticides to solve the problem, organic farmers innovate and use only the...

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In the first instalment, we began with Pete Sampras and how he emphasised being aware of what you eat. Today, we look at an account from the life of superstar Novak Djokovic. Previously known as a player with suspect fitness, Djokovic is now known for stamina, strength, great speed and flexibility, and consequently,...

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Should you go organic? Experts and elite athletes agree: yes. On June 29th, Pete Sampras released a letter to his younger self. This warm, well-written letter was a delight to read. It reassured us all that elite athletes were as human as us, and as searching for guidance from the universe. At I Say Organic, we...

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Living on raw foods, I have found that nature always has a wonderful cure in all her nutritional bounty. These are all of the foods I have found that will help you to restore hormone imbalances.  FLAX SEED These wonderful seeds help hormone production with their linolenic acid content and contain Omega 3's...

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When we encounter confusing choices presented to us as 'food' in places like supermarkets, there are many distractions to knowing what really is true nourishment. One has to think and becomes easily swayed by the advertising on packaged foods created by marketing companies who spend lakhs on learning how and what...

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Our stressful lives, erratic sleep hours, reduced immunity and genetic predisposition pose serious health risks that show up as inflammation. Luckily for us, there are a few spices and herbs that can help fight inflammation, boost immune function and ward off chronic diseases. The focus, this time, is the brilliant...

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