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Beans and lentils are packed with fiber and oligosaccharides that are digested by beneficial bacteria in our large intestine. This can cause a lot of gas, especially if you don’t eat them regularly, so we’ve created this guide to save you some embarrassment 🙈!
So here's our line up:
But why eat them?
Beans and lentils are incredibly nutritious with 15-20% protein, fiber (10-20g per cup), folate, plus B vitamins and important minerals including iron, zinc and magnesium.
Start with the least gassy lentils and beans👍. Traditional recipes tend to be better digested thanks to clever...
Did you know there are 4 different colour varieties of Maca, it grows at high altitudes and is often industrially treated to remove flavour?
Here’s how ours differs from many Maca products commonly sold in shops:
Maca is an adaptogenic root with 4 different colour varieties: white, red, black and purple. Many Maca products use only the common yellow Maca and sometimes single colours, but ours is a mix of all 4 to ensure a mellow, yummy taste and the full breadth of benefits, including:
- Reducing stress levels
- Balancing hormones
When you want to soothe away the worries of the day and restore balance, our Golden Moon Milk is the perfect drink. Made with our Turmeric and Maca, this creamy drink is great for helping your mood, hormonal balance and setting you up for an amazing sleep 💤.
Benefits of this drink include:
- Boost in mood
- Helps balance hormones
- Reduces menstrual cramps
- Helps normalise cycle
- Promotes sound sleep
But how does Turmeric and Maca help?
Turmeric has been proven in studies to increase positivity and give you strength when feeling overwhelmed. (Source: Neurotoxicity Research, 2018)....
Belly fat isn’t only a cosmetic issue, it fills up the spaces deep in your abdomen and wraps around your organs, including the liver, kidneys, stomach and intestines 😩!
Abdominal fat is linked to increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, dementia, colon and pancreatic cancers, among others. It causes inflammation throughout the body and affects our hormones, wreaking havoc on our appetite signals, mood and brain function.
1. Reduce stress levels
Stress triggers our protective mechanism that causes us to store more fat – or cushioning - around our organs in case of injury. But sustained mental...
The winter season can be tough if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is fairly common and ¾ of sufferers are women. It is a type of depression that hits October-April and is at its worst bang in the middle of winter.
Symptoms of Winter Blues include:
- Low energy
- Lack of motivation
- Feeling anti-social
- Experiencing sadness
The main causes of winter blues are fewer daylight hours and low levels of Vitamin D. It is thought that the lack of natural light negatively affects our neurotransmitters: melatonin (our sleep hormone) can...