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pHenomenal Health

by Polly N on January 24, 2011

pHenomenal health doesn’t have to be hard, it doesn’t have to time-consuming and it doesn’t have to be expensive. These are the top 3 complaints about “being healthy” that I hear time and time again. I eat raw food because it provides my body with all the necessary vitamins and minerals that it needs to […]


What’s so good about alkaline foods?

by Polly N on October 10, 2010

I have extolled the virtues of raw food many times before and will continue to do so until the end of time! The simple truth is that when we eat living foods, we are more alive. But there is another extremely important element in creating health, infact this is THE most important fact there is […]


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 […]


REAL Superfoods & Why They Are Good For You

by Polly N on September 1, 2010

In my article on “Superfoods” I listed the food items that I believe are extremely important for optimum health, and especially for those faced with cancer. Things like turmeric, citrus fruits, berries, mushrooms and garlic, just to name a few. But the truth is, I don’t really class these as REAL Superfoods. Unfortunately, due to our busy […]



by Polly N on August 17, 2010

It seems like every other week the media are extolling the virtues of yet another “superfood” but what actually IS a superfood? According to Wikipedia “superfood is the term sometimes used to describe food with high pyhtonutrient content that may confer health benefits as a result” It’s often reported that we need lots of antioxidants in […]


Going More Raw

by Polly N on August 3, 2010

These days I choose to eat for health. Don’t get me wrong, I eat to enjoy also. I’ve always had this strange proclivity for sitting and reading recipes and cookbooks. I love to cook (although these days it’s more a case of “uncooking”) and I have sat for hours flicking through recipes and reading through […]

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