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Turmeric and Ginger Tea Recipe

Turmeric, a relative of ginger, is a lovely golden yellow root, commonly ground into a spice . It has been used in cooking and medically in India and Southeast Asia for several thousands of years.  Today, though, it has become very popular with health enthusiasts, largely due to the research studies that have linked it, or one of its main components, curcumin, with a multitude of health benefits, including: anti-inflammatory reduced cancer risk detoxification support cognitive function improvement blood sugar balance support for arthritis With such claims,  it’s no wonder, its popularity has soured over the last few years. Today, India is still the world’s largest consumer and exporter of turmeric. I was there in 2016, and came back with an enormous bag of turmeric powder which served me very well until I left the UK for Australia, when I gave it away to my parents and my dear friends Kevin

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Kombucha – a glass a day keeps the doctor away

I remember the time I first tasted Kombucha. It was February 2010 at David Wolfe’s Longevity Now Conference in Los Angeles. A friendly chap in the exhibition area working for a health food brand offered me a glass. I can’t say that it was love at first taste, but over the years I have really come to adore this lightly vinegary, sometimes fizzy, fermented drink, which is now my absolute beverage of choice. After a few false starts, we now make our own. Kombucha 101 Kombucha has a long and rich history that dates back over 2,000 years to China, spreading to Russia, India and Japan, where Samurai warriors enjoyed the benefits. It is now enjoyed around the world and is again gaining momentum. The best quality Kombucha (kom-boo-cha) has been cultured for 7-10 days, and  provides a wealth of health-giving microbes in every sip. It’s

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Tools to Track Your Heart Health

Here at Team Raw Energy we're always on the lookout for tools to track your heart health - and in fact health, weight, and movement in general as well as food and nutrition. You might have seen our post on blood markers for the heart (you can order a kit you can use from home for just £59) from the team at Live Smart, or the reasons why you should track your health.So we were delighted when we read this great blog post from our friends at Live Smart which has identified tools to track your heart health. (N.B. - While useful the only way to really know about your heart health is to have a blood test and ideally a blood pressure test as well. With these online tools, you can discover your heart age, your future risk and what you can do to stay healthy. They’re a great

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How Detox Your World Changed Mine Part II

Over a decade ago now, I stumbled upon a book that opened my eyes. It was called ‘Detox Your World’, by Shazzie. By the end, I felt like my body was swimming in chemicals and poisons gathered from the processed foods I was eating, the water I was drinking, the mobile phone I was using. I realised that I even had substances in my mouth from dental work that could have been poisioning me. I remember feeling anxious about the health risks I had exposed myself to, completely unaware of the risks they posed! So, with knowledge came power and I decided to take steps to detox my world, and introduce a more systematic approach of cleansing and detoxing my body to reduce the health and performance risks an overexposure to toxins can post. I took the approach that it’s better to do more things right, than everything right as

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How Detox Your World Changed Mine

Over a decade ago now, I stumbled upon a book that opened my eyes. It was called ‘Detox Your World’, by Shazzie. By the end, I felt like my body was swimming in chemicals and poisons gathered from the processed foods I was eating, the water I was drinking, the mobile phone I was using, the clothes I was wearing, the carpet I was walking on, and even the toothpaste I smeared on my teeth each day. I remember feeling anxious about the health risks I had exposed myself to by consuming things, unaware of the risks they posed! So, with knowledge came power and I decided to take steps to detox my world, and introduce a more systematic approach of cleansing and detoxing my body to reduce the health and performance risks an overexposure to toxins can post. I took the approach that it’s better to do more things