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Friday Focus: Sexy Raw Vegan & BLT recipe

by Polly N on March 1, 2013

I discovered Sexy Raw Vegan Drew McCall Burke a few months ago and fell in love with her infectious joie de vivre and reading the below, I’m sure you will agree that this gal has a major zest for life – which is what we are all about here at Polly’s Path to Health & […]

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Got Milk? Drop Milk!

by Polly N on October 12, 2012

Before I began my studies in nutrition, I had no idea just how nasty milk really is. The adverts on tv told me that it was a good source of calcium and that I needed it for strong bones. So who was I to question it? But the truth is, there are many reasons why […]

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10 Top Mummy Food Blogs

by Polly N on April 30, 2012

I often get asked what my advice would be around feeding babies and small children juice, veggies and smoothies and the truth is I’m not an expert on this, nor can I speak from experience as I don’t have kids yet. Unless you count my new 8 week old Maltipoo Mimi! So for all you […]

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National Vegetarian Week

by Polly N on May 28, 2011

Okay so National Vegetarian Week is nearly over (it officially runs from Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th May) but that doesn’t mean you get let off the hook. During my Jivamukti yoga class last night the instructor took a few minutes out (well about 10 actually) to highlight the importance of eating and how rather […]

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The Protein Gap

by Polly N on February 20, 2011

One of the questions I get asked most frequently about my raw vegan lifestyle, is where I get my protein from. It is a widespread misperception that the best source of protein is that of animals. The World Health Organisation reports that we need 5% of our daily calorie intake to consist of protein. Of […]

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Grilled Chicken Fuels Breast Cancer

by Polly N on October 24, 2010

You may have noticed that October is Breast Cancer awareness month. There are pink ribbons everywhere helping to promote awareness as breast cancer is now the most common cancer in the UK. Anyone that has been diagnosed with cancer will know that diet is an not area that most doctors tend to advise you on. We are […]

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25 Rawsons

by Polly N on September 27, 2010

So I’ve been banging on about enzymes, vitamins and minerals in my blog posts for a while now which is great an’ all that but we all know that we should be eating more of our greens but we don’t because we think it’s boring. So I want to appeal to your more materialistic side (we’ve all got […]

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Bill Goes Vegan

by Polly N on September 26, 2010

This video really excited me when I saw it and found myself nodding my head a lot in agreement with what was being said. With millions of people around the world suffering from ill-health in the form of heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and cancer, to name a few, we have become reliant on external “solutions” (by which […]

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Recipe: Almond Milk – How to make your own

by Polly N on August 28, 2010

If you have read my blog on the quality of milk, or lack thereof, that is widely available in our supermarkets and are left wondering what you can drink instead, then why not make your own? It is definitely healthier and much much tastier! You can make nut “milk”. I use either almonds or brazil nuts and […]

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