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Tropical Mango Green Smoothie

I've been making this drink almost daily, to switch it up from my SuperCharger Green Smoothie. This drink is a great way to include lots of greens in your morning to kickstart your day and give you energy. If you're too lazy to chew slowly, and/need a quick burst of energy in the morning or as a snack, this tropical green smoothie is for you. This smoothie can be rustled up in ...

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Weight Gain? 5 Common Mistakes Vegetarians & Non-Vegetarians Make

I've edited this article as it was dated, and I've received a few comments and took what readers said into consideration. While I agree with readers that the content of this article could be better, I did not feel that the comments were kind and constructive so I removed them from the page. Also, I've just realised that quite a few people have been reading this article, even though it was written ...

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4-Ingredient Salted Caramel Easter Truffles

If you're going to get started, these are the easiest easter truffles you should begin with. It's simple and so deliciously good. Conventional caramel truffles usually require pure white sugar and a sugar-thermometer, none of which I prefer, but vegan, healthy, refined-sugar free truffles can be rustled up in a matter of moments. Vegan salted caramel easter truffles - without compromising on ...

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Raw Coconut Lemon Icecream Cake

In all honesty, the origin of this Raw Coconut Lemon Icecream Cake is simply that I wanted to make a really good lemon meringue pie that is healthy with minimal ingredients - something I can just use straight from the refrigerator. I try to limit the amount of coconut oil and nuts in this cake since the succulent coconut meat itself is already quite fatty, even though the fat is actually good ...

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3 Tips to Super Charge Productivity After Lunch

This article has originally appeared on Huffington Post You’ve made it halfway through the day! Your day started at 7 AM and lunch is right around the corner. You go to your favorite salad place and wait in line to order food. Ten minutes passes by and you finally get to the front of the checkout line. Then you patiently wait for food. You’re told: good food takes time (even ...

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Luxury Wellness – Fivelements: Healthy, Spiritual Gem in Bali

Luxury Wellness in Bali I'm starting a series on luxury wellness in Asia. Being from Asia, I would like to spread the word on Asian healing practices, beauty rituals, and plant-based dishes with exotic flavours. I had the pleasure of sampling Fivelement’s scrumptious 3-course Chef Tasting Menu and Sakti Healing Ritual, and would like to share my experience below. Nestled in the luscious ...

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10 Travel Tips to Stay Healthy On the Go

Earlier, I was traveling to Bali (more to follow), and being in airports and hotels made me realise how challenging it can be to travel healthily. Many of you may be traveling quite a bit, be it for work or vacation. While you may have cultivated your top health habits, flying can be challenging for all of us. Plane rides can be intense on your physical health, moods, and sleep ...

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Interview with Dr. James Costello: If Soaked Nuts and Whey Fight to Death, Who Comes Out Alive?

While this article has been published before, I've decided to republish this interview series with Dr. James Costello to refresh your memory. ------------------- Last  time around, we established the importance of digestion to nutrition, why soaked, raw nuts or seeds can enhance our digestive system, and why you aren’t what you eat. Nuts, especially soaked, raw nuts, are a great ...

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