5K for 5K

‘Simplicity is Key’ says the tote bag and Nacho found his 5K on Saturday morning pretty simple. Here is Denise with her son-in-law collecting his running pack the day before joining 5K others on an early Sunday morning 5K run through the centre of Santa Cruz in Bolivia. A 5am wake up too. Makes sense… Continue reading 5K for 5K

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The Bolivia Edit

Brings you THE prettiest coffee we’ve ever seen. Coffee, coconut milk, spirulina. Tasted amazing too. Panpino Cafe, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, you delivered! Nola Desserts – you ‘knocked it out of the park’ with your no sugar, no gluten, no lactose, low carb delights. Absolutely delicious. Busy eating and drinking ‘the rainbow’ here… Continue reading The Bolivia Edit

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Question Everything

Kindred spirits came together last month; here are Denise Stevenson and Mark Lintern. ‘Citizen Scientists’ as Dave Asprey called us on his podcast with Mark last week. Questions we get asked all the time: Don’t we need the calcium from dairy? Where do you get your protein from? ‘You can be an athlete and only… Continue reading Question Everything

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Don’t Judge A Book

By it’s cover. Heard that one before? Mmm, SO many times… This lady judged herself. She then quit alcohol completely in 2018 and has never looked back. She looks – and says she feels – amazing! Janey Lee Grace’s The Sober Club is now featured on our resource. Look at our smiley (sober) faces in… Continue reading Don’t Judge A Book

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I Am Not a Survivor

… And this is not a fight. Dr Katie Deming is an oncologist who realised that for many of her patients, using ‘battle’ language was unhelpful. They found it dismissed their achievements and reminded them of the very worst time of their lives. When we’re fighting we’re not healing – and healing is what we… Continue reading I Am Not a Survivor

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Change Makers

‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has’ said the late anthropologist Margaret Mead. Honoured to be amongst such a group on Saturday 6 April, marking the 20th anniversary of Yes to Life, the UK’s integrative cancer charity. And WHAT a… Continue reading Change Makers

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‘I Miss Cheese’

Says Cillian Murphy: The Best Actor (according to the Academy Awards 2024) has adopted The Best Diet (Plant-based, according to many top nutritionists). He’s chosen not to eat meat ‘for health and ethical reasons’ for many years now, but he does miss his cheese… Full article from Plant Based News, whose work we feature on… Continue reading ‘I Miss Cheese’

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Life’s Good, Then It’s Not

Then it is again. And sometimes it’s the worst of the worst that leads you to some really great times. Without cancer I wouldn’t have started this non-profit and I wouldn’t have been gifted a scholarship to the 16th Annie Appleseed Conference in West Palm Beach Florida. Life’s a ride. I wouldn’t have crossed paths… Continue reading Life’s Good, Then It’s Not

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A Moral Obligation

“I have one life and one chance to make it count for something… My faith demands that I do whatever I can, wherever I am, whenever I can, for as long as I can with whatever I have to try to make a difference.” Jimmy Carter, American President. Thank you Francis for sharing the wisdom.… Continue reading A Moral Obligation

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Where’s My Healthy Coffee?

It’s not just good for us on Mondays either Rosie. Here’s an article from John Hopkins Medicine sharing that it’s an antioxidant powerhouse. No more encouragement needed here! Was a particularly mad Monday here today. ‘Pancake Day Pancakes‘ from the BOSH Boys. It’s been a while since we’ve used their recipes and it won’t be… Continue reading Where’s My Healthy Coffee?

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