The author explains the importance of balancing both acid and alkali foods for the best benefits for your body.
A side-effect of the pandemic has, for many, been poor sleep – or poor quality sleep – and feeling constantly tired when awake.The pandemic has thrown many people’s sleep patterns out of kilter, especially teenagers’ – with people spending longer in bed or going to bed later, or not being able to fall asleep or sleep properly at all.So now is the time to recalibrate, and work on restoring sleep to its best quality, so people can emotionally and physically ‘reset’ when awake, say Priory experts.
Since the fighting in Ukraine began, a UK-based NGO, Go Dharmic, has been supporting evacuees from Ukraine, as well as those trapped within the country.
We all have probably heard about the many benefits of being grateful, but what is truly remarkable is how gratitude can reshape our brains to help us achieve long-lasting results.
Mr Sean Curry, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at The London Orthopaedic Clinic at King Edward VII, gives his 5 top tips for getting into shape for the slopes and most importantly avoiding injury.
Liz and Kevin, launched Coraline Skincare online in February 2020 as a gift to their daughter Coraline.
Coraline was born in August 2017 and was diagnosed at birth with Down’s syndrome and two holes in the heart.
Read through as Liz shares Life Lessons and how Caroline been the greatest teacher to them.
Louise Palmer-Masterton is founder of multiple award-winning restaurants Stem & Glory; hip and trendy but accessible plant-based restaurants, serving delicious gourmet vegan food from locally sourced ingredients, 100% made on site. Stem & Glory also offers click-and-collect and local delivery in London and Cambridge.
This recipe, from Stem & Glory’s original head chef, Michael Pledger, has been with us right from the very start when we launched our first restaurant in Cambridge. This is the first time the secret of our bechamel has been revealed!
Created by nutritionist Lily Soutter in partnership with Lizi's, this fuss-free recipe is a balanced veggie go-to. These Stuffed Peppers are the perfect, healthy weeknight meal for the family, or just because you fancy something tasty! What's more, this recipe provides at least 2 of your five-a-day and comes with a hit of protein thanks to their crunchy high protein granola top
Gluten Free. Vegan. Vegetarian.
this dish is also lovely with toasted pine nuts or sunflower seeds. The Feta can be replaced with vegan Feta.
Gluten Free. Pescatarian. Vegan. Vegetarian.
A Chinese takeaway classic with a twist. Gousto’s creative way to use mushrooms is bound to be a winner with everyone, and perfect if you’re looking for a lighter, healthier option to the usual duck dish.
Is there anything more British than a fish finger sandwich? Gousto’s tofu-fied 'fish' fingers are unbelievably good. Breaded tofu is baked until extra crispy, before serving with a creamy homemade tartar sauce and minty peas.
This recipe was developed as part of a Falcon Enamelware collaboration we did. It is a very easy and delicious mid week dinner or great for feeding a crowd on a budget.
Ackee is a staple for vegans in Jamaica, it is earning a reputation as one of the most versatile cooking ingredients owing to its unique properties. High in healthy fats and Vitamin C, it is also a source of protein and carbohydrate: a true gift of nature. In this recipe, the incredible Dee's Table harnesses ackee to create a vegan ackee, courgette and samphire quiche that gives the best non vegan-based quiche a run for its money.
Affectionately known as 'The Crocs', the Jamaica Rugby 7s are hoping to become the first EVER Caribbean rugby team to qualify for the Olympics. To celebrate Tropical Sun's partnership with the team, PlantBased Mag put together this delicious breakfast fritter with Tropical Sun's Jamaican Ackee as the main ingredient.
Set in a mesmerising ringed pattern, this vegan sweet potato bake is simple to make, eye-catching and tastes as good as it looks.
Potato onion bhajis that are bursting with flavour and are the perfect appetizer during the winter months.
Who else thinks stuffing is one of the best parts of Christmas Dinner? This year we can’t wait to try Jess Beautician’s delectable stuffing ball recipe using our wholesome lentils!
This fluffy Christmas panettone is your 25th of December breakfast sorted! Or why not make your very own eco-gift wrap from newspapers, recycled fabric or hand-decorated paper and give this as a gift to a loved one! It’s sure to put a smile on every chocolate lovers face.
This creamy confection is our take on a traditional eggnog. We’ve used a clever technique of simmering the almond milk first with a little sugar to reduce it, which produces a lovely creamy taste. The booze comes courtesy of one of our favourite Christmas tipples – Amaretto – but you can use any nut-based liqueur you can find. Cheers!
This alternative vegan Christmas cake combines sweet dried cranberries and orange and is finished with a drizzle of orange icing. For a Christmassy flourish, sprinkle over some gold dust or gold leaf, just before serving.
If you’re looking for a vegan cheesecake that has a texture that is just as smooth and creamy as a non-vegan cheesecake, then this vegan vanilla cheesecake recipe is the perfect choice.
This warming vegan Mediterranean Tuscan soup is a perfect winter warmer paired with Maple toasted sourdough bread.
Its so quick and easy to make humus and this recipe with the blackberries is delicious.
These are a great alternative veggie (or vegan if you use oil instead of butter) main course. The filling can be made ahead of time , in fact the parcels can and be kept in the fridge ready to pop in the oven.
Perfect for giving as a gift, this this bright, feisty sauce is the ideal accompaniment to vegan meals.
Who said being vegan is boring? This easy rhubarb and ginger crumble recipe tastes equally delicious!
Vegan chef Gaz Oakley puts a plant-based spin on the traditional Wellington.
This dish is comfort food at its best. It’s hearty, warming and super satisfying and made a little more special with the addition of the chestnuts and caramelised onions. Great to make ahead and serve alongside a Christmas feast, or as an accompaniment to a good vegan winter stew.
A twist on the classic Mont Blanc dessert – each meringue shaped like a little snow topped mountain and filled with a hearty dollop of deliciously sweet chestnut cream. Prepare the vegan meringues and chestnut puree ahead for an easy dinner party dessert.
The soft, dense texture of the chestnut puree makes this vegan chocolate cake really fudgy and indulgent, with a sweet little crunch from the sugar coated chestnuts on top. It’s also suitable for freezing – if you can make it last that long..!
The winter spiced chestnut and grains make a delicious stuffing alternative in these vegan sausage rolls. The mixture comes together really easily, making it the perfect soft texture to pair with the crispy, golden puff pastry casing. Serve with some tomato chutney and mustard for a perfect Christmas canape.
This is a delicious savoury take on a classic Christmas recipe. The soft, sweet caramelised shallots pair perfectly with the earthy chestnuts and make for a real showstopper dish. Great as both a main and a side alongside other festive recipes.
With only 6 ingredients and taking just 10 minutes to make, it’s hard to find a reason not to whip this salad up as a Christmas table side, or speedy winter evening dinner. The spiced chestnuts and grains make this a really hearty meal, with a good protein hit from the nuts and a satisfying crunch from the cabbage.
This savory, nutty eggplant salad has the perfect amount of sweetness.
Healthly Brownies with all the taste cues.
Toffee-like dates, fresh herbs, crunchy cauliflower, a salad like no other!
Is there anything more Christmassy than chocolate orange? Round off your festive feast with our indulgent Vegan Chocolate Orange Ganache Pots with Cacao Boost.
Celebrate Christmas in style with our Vegan Wellington with Green Boost. This impressive centrepiece will satisfy vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians too.
Nevsah Karamehmet explains the complexities of breathing properly and highlights the impact and benefits of good breath work for our health and well being.
Coraline Organic Skincare and Giftware is opening its first shop at 94 Fore Street, Topsham, Devon, EX3 0HQ on Monday 1st November 2021. The shop sells an organic, natural and vegan soap and skincare range formulated to repair and revitalise dry, delicate and sensitive skin.
The scars of trauma. The author describes how their own traumatic events lead to the discovery of an ancient therapy concentrating on the pressure points in the body to alleviate anxiety, stress and trauma. The other goes on to tell their life story and the benefits of the Emotional Freedom Techniques.
Andre Radmall is a psychotherapist and life coach with 20 years experience. He works with people struggling with addictions, eating disorders, depression and anxiety, stress and provides relationship and family therapy.The author talks about the effects the recent pandemic has had and the need for change.
The author offers tips on improving your quality of life by using modern technology to deliver a more natural way of life ie: smart blinds programmed to open and wake you with natural daylight.
Mays Al-Ali is both a nutritionist and yoga teacher who tries to dispel the myth of all fates being bad for our health.
The author describes the many healing properties of the mint plant and the oils that are extracted.
Lauren Lovatt who is a plant based chef and founder of the “Plant academy”encourages people to look at their food beyond just what's on their plate.
Lauren Lovatt has put together their top tips for mind and body recovery from Covid by creating new seasonal rituals with seasonal plant based food products.
Jamie Kerr highlights the extreme importance of looking after our own well being enabling us to be the best version of ourselves and be more productive in society.
Dr. Amanda Gummer is a child psychologist and reinforces the importance of play for a child's development.
Ingrid Asoni explains the necessity to improve our carbon footprint to support climate change strategies and has been driven to create a synergy between travel and philanthropy developing a formula that allows your travel footprint to affect change.
Kitty Hackel specialises in hypnobirthing education,birth postpartum and teaches both in-person and virtual breastfeeding classes and has 10 years experience in this field.
Kitty Hackel offers tips and advice on common breastfeeding problems.
Dr. Harald Engan talks of a new study that identifies concentrated beetroot juice as helping with disturbed sleep in cases of COPD and explains the benefits to others suffering from insomnia.
The author is a GP and discusses the stigma attached to women having vaginal thrush.She highlights that women generally wait a considerable time with symptoms before seeking medical help and is attempting to de/stigmatize these issues.
Dr. Andrea Furst discusses the benefits to mood by doing puzzles and offers a 5 point plan to boost mood and improve dopamine levels leading to a sense of achievement.
The author highlights the increase in Pancreatic cancers and talks about first diagnosis,treatment and risk factors.
The author explains the importance of having a healthy level of gut bacteria which aids the symptoms of Perimenopause and menopause.
The author highlights the increase in men's suicide and offers a guide to both understanding men and a being able to assist and support them.
The author identifies the different approaches to maintaining a healthy work balance and talks about leading good well being practices from management level to ensure that staff are listened to and encouraged leading to better staff well being,less absences and better productivity.
Marinos and his team of doctors talks about men’s experiences of infertility, prostate, sexual health and the stigmas men feel. They offer advice and support to help alleviate these issues.
The author writes at length about the importance of quality sleep and highlights the impact on both physical and mental health
The author gives top tips on batch cooking and gives tips on how to keep your vegetables fresher for longer.
The author is a Neuroscience Research Professor at Strathclyde university and explains the often misunderstood condition Schizophrenia with the view of alleviating common public misconception.
Antonia Harman is a multi award winning healer and teacher. She talks about the impact of stress, trauma and pain in our bodies and guides us to spiritual enlightenment.
The author discusses her transition from corporate human resources to becoming a qualified life coach using a 10 step “Harmonizing alignment process” helping people to heal,energise and transform their lives.
The author encourages us to address our negative,personal opinions of ourselves and offers a guide to better understand our own potential.
The author offers tips on reconnecting with family and friends after being distanced from them during Covis 19.He identifies different types of relationship that may be detrimental to yourself.
The author is a clinical director from Cigna Europe and shares 6 top tips to alleviate low mood and insomnia due to lockdown.
Sophie Slosarczyk is a wellbeing coach specialising in maternal health. A mother of two baby boys she loves nothing more than a hot cup of tea and a real heart to heart.
The article highlights the statistics of people, after cancer diagnosis who suffer from impaired mental health and sign posts support through Maggie's cancer charity.
The author gives advice and guidance on the importance of a healthy spleen according to the principles of “Traditional Chinese Medicines”.
Dr. Sarah Jarvis gives an expert tips and commentary on how to master your anxiety during uncertain times.
Vanessa Potter is a meditation advocate. She talks openly of her catastrophic health conditions and the route she took to mend herself back to health.
Michael Padraig Acton is a consultant, psychological therapist, counsellor and author with 30+ years’ experience. He offers guidance to support a friend suffering domestic abuse.
Michael discusses the benefits to well being by releasing tension via boxing
bags,shouting and screaming therapy. He discusses the benefits to well being by releasing tension via boxing.
Sarah Hastings talks about the benefits of having a designated zone/room in your home without technology. Her comments suggest that you consider using colours that you feel calm with and that you use natural light where possible.
Dr. Kate Tomas touches on the importance of recognising that providing we accrue our wealth without using the “Capitalist” model as a template and not exploit others on the way there is no need for spiritual conflict.
Tom Bivins, Head of Ergonomics and Wellbeing at Vita Health Group, shares how we can nature to reduce overwhelm
Award winning business author, Dr. Audrey Tang shares some great mental health tips that we're sure you haven't thought of yet
By Jenna Hope The term ‘gut health’ is being thrown around left, right and centre but do most people really understand what having a healthy gut is, why it’s important and how to achieve it? For some people having a healthy gut is associated with the absence of gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating, flatulence or […]
Go Dharmic is bringing much needed oxygen to India so read on to learn how you can do your part to help.
Conscious Business Community invites you to join their quiet revolution.
Mindfulness expert Bridget Pallas shares her journey from a stressed out Mom to being more present, calm, happier and more confident