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  • Food is Sacred

    All About Superfoods - Part 2

    In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the elements that define superfoods. We also discussed the fact that although there's considerable research being conducted surrounding our health and wellbeing, the results of these studies may not be entirely accurate. This is because in real life there are always various complex factors that cannot be accounted for. Fortunately, ancient cultures have been carrying out their own "studies" with research based on experimentation and experience over thousands of years! All we have to do is learn from their deep understanding of how nature has completely provided us with the means necessary for a healthy and vibrant life.
  • Health

    All About Superfoods - Part 1

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard the term: superfoods. Amidst all the outrageous claims, there has to be some kernel of truth…so what are superfoods, really? Part 1 of this two-part series is an attempt to get a clearer understanding of what qualities define a superfood.
  • Food

    In Conversion To Organic - Tips For Eating Organically

    I started my journey to eating whole foods a few years back after some health issues arose - it was time to take my health into my own hands. I started researching. And cooking. The more I experimented in the kitchen the more I became aware of how food affected the way I felt. I slowly got rid of the packaged foods in my cupboards, started shopping at farmers markets and developed my whole food cooking skills.
  • Food

    Clean, Paleo, Raw, Vegan: Fads, Fears and Facts

    We’ve taken a look at all sorts of diets over the past month, from the macrobiotic to the Mediterranean and the trendy to the traditional. We’ve learned many lessons from the wisdom of older cultures, but what we haven’t discussed much is the modern approach to nutrition. In this article we’re not going to bother with talking about mainstream trends such as The Atkins Diet or the “fat free” fad of the past 20 odd years. Instead we’re going to look at some of the most common diets amongst the Loving Earth community.
  • Tips

    We Heart Kale!

    Kale comes from a family of over-achievers. With cousins like broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens and brussels sprouts, it has a lot to live up to in terms of nutrient goodness… but fortunately kale is no black sheep!
  • Meditation

    Chocolate Meditation

    Loving Earth’s founder and managing director Scott just got back from a trip to India, during which he was initiated into a curious new form of meditation. You guessed it…chocolate meditation! But how does it work? 
  • Food is Sacred

    Loving Earth’s Cold Pressed Coconut Oil – Minimally Processed for Maximum Health!

    The secret to our Cold Pressed Coconut Oil is in the processing. Why do we call it Cold Pressed Coconut Oil instead of just Coconut Oil? Because our oil is different. It’s wet-milled instead of dry milled, which helps contribute to the fact that our coconut oil is also very, very good for you.
  • Food

    Loving Earth’s Food Diary – New Horizons

    Over two months have passed since we started our Food Diary Project and the results are in: it’s pretty much life-changing. The concept is simple; you buy yourself a blank diary and write down what you ate and how you feel three times a day. It’ll take you two minutes. When you feel a certain mood on a certain day, look back at what you ate a day or two before. The results speak for themselves.
  • Health

    Maca - The Superfood of the Andes

    Last week we started taking at look at Maca through the lens of Nadine’s wonderful experience, as she told us how the incredible Peruvian root helped her overcome fertility issues that seemed to be insurmountable. This week we’ll be discussing the finer details of our Maca, how it’s grown and why so many people are discovering the health benefits to be gained from its use.  
  • People

    Loving Earth Maca: Nadine’s Story

    For a little while now we’ve been wanting to talk about the benefits of Maca, the superfood of the Andes. We’d already planned to take a detailed look at the fabulous Peruvian root this week, when suddenly we received the most wonderful testimonial from Nadine Sommerville in Port Macquarie NSW…such wonderful serendipity demands attention!
  • Food

    Eating Consciously: The Food Diary Round-Up

    This week marks the end of the Food Diary experiment that we began back in October with our Listening To Your Body: Engaging With Food In A Conscious Way article. Those of you following our Food Is Sacred series will have seen the reports that we’ve been posting from my food diary on our blog over the past month; here’s a summary of the results.
  • Food

    Eating Consciously: Food Diary Report #3

    "Tuesday I wake up feeling fresh and begin with a cup of tea and a bowl of buckinis and rice milk with maqui and gubinge powder. A very busy day of work leaves me feeling stressed, though resisting the urge towards coffee I nevertheless avoid feeling frustrated and irritated. By evening I can’t wait for training, with a particularly full-on session leaving me with a bruised thigh and feet."

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