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  • 28 Aug 2015

    Six ethical lunch boxes

    Don’t want to send your kids back to school with another chemical-laden plastic lunch box advertising the latest TV character? Fret not, we’ve rounded up five ethical, fun and funky lunchboxes – created to last with ethics in mind. And not a gormless caricature in sight! […] more

  • 26 Aug 2015

    Make September Organic

    Organic September is the UK’s biggest celebration of all things organic. Organised by the Soil Association, the aim is to get as many people switched on to an organic way of life as possible. This year, they launch their Small Changes, Big Difference campaign during which they’ll be encouraging people to make the change to at least one organic product in order to make a real difference to the planet. […] more

  • 24 Aug 2015

    Healing migraine with nutrition

    Did you know that 190,000 people suffer from a migraine attack every day? It’s estimated that migraine affects 1 in 7 people - over eight million people in the United Kingdom alone. Migraine is a complex neurological disorder and many sufferers feel that there is relatively little understanding of its impact. Migraine Awareness Week, run by Migraine Action and supported by other migraine charities, takes place this year from 1st to 7th September. The week aims to raise awareness of migraine, encourage those affected to seek the information, support and treatment they may need and increase support for MA’s work. […] more

  • 7 Aug 2015

    Creative with courgettes

    Courgettes are at their best right now, and these recipes offer some interesting and delicious new ways to make use of them in the kitchen from the fabulous teatime treat - courgette bread to a summer barbeque favourite. […] more

  • 1 Aug 2015

    Cherry almond loaf

    This delicious loaf is very cake-like in texture, but is not as sweet as a cake, so is perfect served with a sweet topping for breakfast instead of regular bread. The recipe team at Organix explain: “The seasonal fresh cherries are full of goodness and the almonds are rich in healthy fats, protein and fibre great for your little ones. This makes a sustaining breakfast that feels like a treat.” […] more

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