An orange a day
Do you know that an orange provides 12% of your daily intake of fibre and almost all of you vitamin C requirement, if you opt for good organic produce (seeds and soil)? It has no fat, no cholesterol and no sodium. I prefer eating an orange to drinking its juice so that I don’t lose out on this intake of fibre. Fruits are certainly beneficial, but high levels of fructose within fruit and too much can absolutely devastate your biochemistry and physiology. However, an average orange is considered neither low nor high but a medium-low fructose level of under 9 grams.
Our Looks & Our Egos
I’m sure that you will agree with me that there is now a universal use of the female body as a marketing tool. You see that on the covers of all the magazines in all the countries you visit. This has led to an obsession with the way we look and with the definition of beauty, even though only 5% of the women fit into the stereotype used. Read More→
What is clean eating?
These days, ‘Clean Eating’ has become a buzz phrase used and abused by many. For me, Clean Eating is effectively about going back to nature, about eating only real, fresh organic food. Clean Eating originates from a time when our food industry didn’t put such huge volumes of processed food so conveniently onto our supermarket shelves – a time when our foods were free of chemicals such as fertilisers, preservatives and additives and when genetic modification wasn’t in use to increase the profitability of product lines.
Greetings & a Happy, Sparkling & a Colourful New Year.
Wishing all my clients and friends on Facebook and Instagram the warmest season’s greetings and a happy, sparkling and a colourful New Year.
Thank you all for making 2016 so successful and so special. I will look forward to spending a happy 2017 with you all. Heba. xx
The paradigm has changed. We no longer wait until we are ill to get better. Nowadays, we are expected to take care of ourselves and stay healthy and prevent illnesses. It’s up to us to make the right choices that keep us healthy. Those choices are continuous adjustments rather than a switch that we turn on and off after a set time. Our bodies, minds, circumstances and our lifestyle too are continuously changing and we need to continue to adjust and tune our responses. Taking care of our health is an ongoing process which doesn’t come with a start date and end date. Nor should it be a diet plan that we ditch after a week or two to return to our bad habits.