We ain’t got much if we ain’t got our health... thankful everyday my body allows me to get out for a run... some days it’s either back pain, knee pain, or just a lack of energy that holds me back, but forever thankful for the days I can hit it! #byronbay#thePass
hope you’ve all had a great weekend, burger babes. don’t forget to top it off with happy hour from 4-6PM 👌
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How good are these recipes by @livinbondi ✨ this is her Cordyceps + Inca berry White Chocolate (secret favourite 😌) loving the Inca berries combo and Cordyceps for extra spring in your step 🤸🤸🤸 Recipe up on our website soon :)
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A bit of morning yoga and meditation on our final morning in Byron bay 🌈🌴🌞✨ the most wonderfully open minded and laid-back place I’ve ever had the pleasure of staying. Cya soon you beautiful raging hippies, I have a feeling I’ll be back! 🍃 next stop - Gold Coast 🌊 #travel#australia#byronbay#meditation#beach#bestfriend
Creating a Christmas of Moments (not things) #1
Give the gift of creativity this festive season with an art class.
Local artists, art schools and creative studios have a range of offerings from taster classes to a full year of classes. ✨$ - Gather some simple art supplies and some paper and take your loved one into nature. Spend an hour sitting underneath a canopy of trees drawing what you see or head to the beach and draw a landscape or some seaside finds. (Having a few sheets of high-quality paper cut into squares can make a nice collection of art worthy of hanging. Perhaps choose a few slow hours over summer painting or drawing a series of work together) ✨$$ - Chat with a local artist, creative friend or art teacher who may offer a one off art class. There are so many talented folks around that are more than willing to share their time and expertise. ✨$$$ - Find an art school or creative studio who offer art classes.
BYRON - @meetmakecreate - creative classes for children
As we always trying to price our items as low as possible so 15% OFF is the biggest SALE we have.
Checkout our website to get a unique one of a kind rug, cushion or a pouf in discounted price💥💕
Just use the code: ChristmasSale at checkout ✨
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with smooth, stylish lines and stud decals it’s a must-have belt for those who dare to be a little different. Matches with Gabina, Gemma, Gisele, Georgette and Gillie Kompanero bags.
✨Creating a Christmas of Moments (not things)✨ Join us in the lead up to the festive season as we share some of our favourite experiences worth gifting.
With each experience we’ll include a few options - some cost little ($), others a bit more ($$$). So welcome to a festive season free of ‘stuff’. We think it will our favourite gift giving season yet ✨ 🌲 Be sure to tag some of your favourite creatives or local companies who offer unique experiences.
With social media teeming with vibrant salads and promoting raw food diets, many of us think that eating raw food is good for you.
YOU ARE TERRIBLY WRONG!
Mother Nature puts anti-nutritional factors and toxins in grains, nuts, seeds, beans, vegetables and fruit for a variety of reasons. For example, block seeds from sprouting prematurely, to harm insects, animals and other predators including humans that would otherwise eat too many of them. Plants produce inhibitors and other anti-nutrients to save the plant species. Although it might sound like a “rotten idea,” squirrels are smart to bury nuts in the ground, then dig them up and eat them weeks and months later. Similarly, people in traditional cultures all over the world process their grains, nuts, seeds and beans by a process akin to pre-digestion before cooking and eating them.
Cooking deactivates most of the protease inhibitors. But given the growing tendency to fill up on plant foods, and the fashionability of “live food” (raw) vegan diets, more and more people are eating foods with their protease inhibitor content intact. Ppl believe their diets provide plenty of protein, but in fact protein swallowed is not the same as protein digested when protease inhibitors are in the picture.
The measure of good food is not just the vitamins and minerals it contains, but how the food interacts with the body.
Cooked food is much easier to digest, but cooking destroys some vitamins and minerals. However, the vitamins left can be easily digested and assimilated by the body without further compromise to the digestive system. The body is very efficient and a small amount of vitamins and minerals can go a long way if your body can get them.
CONCLUSION: Blanch or cook your vegetables and greens, activate nuts, eat fermented sourdough bread.
From Article “Plants bite back” by Kaayla Daniel kindly shared by Burleigh Baker
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