Complimentary class @ Another_Space

by Christina Agnew,

We're thrilled that our Radiance Daily juices are stocked at London's coolest new studio, Another_Space. So thrilled in fact that we're giving away 30 free classes at Another_Space (1 per person only). Choose from yoga, HIIT or a truly excellent spin class. Simply quote RADIANCE when booking to redeem your class. But do it now as places will go quickly.

 


Gut Health Specialist Kara Mia Vernon

by Christina Agnew, , link

Multi-talented Kara Mia Vernon is a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, homeopath and colon hydrotherapist. She's been practising for a decade and has seen the damage that our modern diet and lifestyles can do to good health.

After a recent treatment with Kara Mia, we couldn't resist asking for her 10 commandments for better gut health. 

1. If it’s man-made then avoid it. Butter is always better than margarine; sugar is better than Aspartame.

2. Avoid wheat where possible. Sadly it’s everywhere. Even if you try and avoid it, you’ll still end up eating it.

3. Drink water. Make it choice number one at all times. Ideally still. If sparkling make sure it’s the naturally sparkling kind. Aim for one litre per day, two if you’re feeling up for it.

4. Coffee is allowed, once a day, prior to noon. Give yourself a break from it occasionally.

5. Avoid soya. Fermented soya is fine (e.g. miso, tempeh) but most are of poor quality, and an estrogen mimicker which is fine if you want to have awful PMS or Moobs.

6. EAT VEGETABLES. Try and make this 60% of your diet. Raw or lightly steamed is best.

7. AVOID sugar. It’s evil. The true cause of all chronic illness, I kid you not.

8. Pay no attention to the Cholesterol debate. Fats are good for you. Sugar kills, fats don’t.

9. Do not drink with your meals. A small amount of water or a glass of wine with dinner is okay.

10. Don’t eat at your desk. Walk away, breathe, then eat. And chew.

Lastly, a little note from Radiance: For your next cleanse, we would highly recommend a colon hydrotherapy session with Kara Mia. She practises at Grace Belgravia's medical centre in central London. We understand that it's not for everyone, but if you want to get maximum benefits from your cleanse then do give it a try. She offers a 10% discount to all Radiance clients and you can find out more HERE. Simply quote RADIANCE when booking.


Where to buy good bread

by Christina Agnew, , link

We have a Cealiac in our office and so gluten, and therefore bread, is often a topic of conversation. On the whole we find that reducing our wheat intake makes us feel better. Wheat is in so many products these days that it's really easy to eat too much. On the other hand, bread is something that we would really miss in our lives, if we left it out entirely. So in keeping with the 'buy better' approach we're sharing with you our favourite places to buy bread that will make you feel good. Keep a particular eye out for sourdough. Here's why Michael Pollan is a fan.

Beyond Bread in Fitzrovia s 100% gluten free. They do a good range of breads although the Pumpernickel is our favourite.

E5 Bakehouse in East London uses organic, locally sourced ingredients and do bread making classes.

The Hill Bakery in Camberwell is a micro bakery that will also deliver in the local area. We order the gluten-free sourdough weekly.

Biona organic and gluten-free millet bread is widely available in health food shops, online and in Waitrose. It's best gently toasted.



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100% Organic Cold-Pressed
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