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Luhv your Health with Healthy Living.

Updated: May 20, 2021

It's a labour of luhv to feed you fun, honest & intriguing science-backed nutrition tips - all thanks to our Head of Science and one of our Lead Nutritionists!

Here's some top tips on Healthy Living from our team:

  • Go to sleep 15/30 minutes earlier

Prioritise your sleep. Lack of sleep or lack of good quality sleep can have detrimental effects on your health.

Make sure your sleep becomes a part of your routine. Just as you would with any other important daily habits.

Want to read more? Head over to our Sleep Blog, where you can find out the do's and don't's before bed.

  • Drink water

Water helps to transport nutrients to your cells and get rid of waste and toxins. If you don't consume enough, your body will be dehydrated and won't be able to do essential work.

  • Eat more plant food

Make sure to eat fruit and vegetables daily. This is a great rule to follow for adding more nutrients and fibre to your diet. NUTRIENTS ARE IMPORTANT FOR THE BODY TO FUNCTION PROPERLY. Nutrients are compounds essential to life and health, providing us with energy, the building blocks for repair and growth, and also regulate a host of chemical processes. Most nutrients cannot be produced by our bodies nor stored, so this means you need to ensure you get your daily doses! Subscribe to our news letter to learn more about science and nutrition

  • Try out new recipes

Don’t eat the same things over and over again - try out new recipes, experiment! Diversity is key. Check out our Healthy Vegan Recipes blog for some inspiration.

  • Add more ingredients to your recipes

Adding more ingredients such as spices, nuts, seeds, more veg and so on will not only make your meals tastier, but you will also add more nutrients!

  • Eat more healthy carbs

Don’t be afraid of carbs, a diet high in healthy carbs equals a diet high in fibre. They are filling, packed with nutrients and are extremely yummy.

Which healthy carb should we use, and what's the science behind it? Not brown rice. Not wholegrain pasta. But boiled potatoes that have been chilled! Why? Resistant starch and glycaemic load.

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