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  • Detoxification is a chemical and/or mechanical process that removes a substance that is injurious to your body, or that changes a toxic substance so it’s no longer a problem. Detoxification and toxicology are two long-established fields of scientific research. The term “detoxification” has been used in mainstream healthcare for decades to describe the process of weaning drug-dependent patients. But in recent years, “detox” has acquired a new and more recognised meaning to describe the process
  • Why is it important to detox? Your body expends as much effort detoxifying toxins as it does building new cells, but there is a limit to how much it can cope with. We are all unique, in both the toxins we react to and our ability to clear them from our body. When the body is detoxifying efficiently, we will immediately feel better. But there are deeper benefits to effective detoxification in that it has
  • Oh how I love Autumn, it’s possibly my favourite time of year.  There’s something about all the changes around this time of year that really warm my heart. The beautiful colours of orange and red shimmering in the golden sunshine against clear blue skies, the faint smell of burning wood in the air, putting on a warm cosy cardigan and of course, indulging in one of my favourite drinks of all time; the infamous pumpkin
  • These moreish little goodies are the ultimate treat if you have a sweet tooth but want to avoid processed sugar. Chocolate is one of the most loved foods in the world and in recent years we’ve started to learn that in its raw form, it is extremely beneficial to our health. (Yippee!) Theobroma Cacao is a small evergreen tree that thrives in tropical climates; its fruit provides Cacao or Cocoa which forms the basis of
  • Whether you’re running around after a toddler or jumping between back-to-back meetings, snacking on the go can often be a necessary way of eating when we’re busy. As much as we may try to prioritise time to sit down and eat breakfast or lunch, it’s not possible 100% of the time. But that doesn’t mean snacking needs to be unhealthy. These simple oat and raisin cookies make an excellent and nutritious snack for all ages

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