Healthy snacks play a part in our overall enjoyment of food. They are important to have at hand for busy days, especially when we are traveling and do not know when we will be able to purchase a meal. Healthy snacks can also feature at celebrations because they present well, are satisfying and most importantly taste great.
My love of masala chai started in a small Nepalese village near the Manaslu and Annapurna Circuit treks. We had been welcomed into a home to sit by the open fire and drink masala chai. So what is it, and what is there to love about this traditional beverage?
You have come to realise that you have a number of eating habits that you’d love to change. And you know this because the way you eat is affecting your physical health, your energy levels, and your mood. Your doctor might have even given you good reasons to change, “your cholesterol is too high or you are pre-diabetic”.
Transforming eating habits requires us to start somewhere. But where?
8% of the greenhouse gases produced internationally come from food waste. This is why reducing waste is so important. It also means that if we stopped wasting food there would be enough food to feed everyone.
Governments and industry groups need to make it a priority, and so do we. I’d love you to add your ideas to my tips to reduce food related waste.
Do you know how many health benefits of walking there are? You might be surprised how this simple, natural form of movement can greatly enhance your health and wellbeing. So let’s take look at the long list of reasons to get walking.
A home health retreat experience can be created to suit your timeframe and budget. All you have to do is decide how long you would like the retreat to last and what you would like to do during the retreat.
As you are setting up your own retreat, you will need to prepare ahead. A well-planned retreat will allow you to feel like you are truly having a break.
My home health retreat checklist will help you set up and enjoy your retreat.