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Haritaki or Terminalia chebula is a tree that grows in the forests of India, south east Asia, Nepal, and south west China. Its dried, bitter super fruits have ...

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Monk fruit or luo han guo (Siraitia grosvenorii) is a small green melon native to Southern China and Northern Thailand. It was apparently used by 13th-century ...

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Seitan (pronounced, “say-tan”) is a high protein food, usually made from wheat flour, spelt flour, khorasan wheat or gluten. It's made by washing flour dough ...

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Black sesame is a small black seed also referred to as 'Hei Zhi Ma' in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It originated in Africa, and its oil was praised in ...

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Dates are the flowered fruit from the Arecaceae family of palm trees. Dates come with a great variety of colours, textures and sweetness to them. The Medjool ...

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Microgreens are seedlings of vegetables and herbs that have been harvested less than 14 days after they germinate. This means they are usually very small and ...

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Sage, known as Salvia Officinalis native to the Mediterranean area, has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes for centuries and its properties made it ...

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You might not have heard of shatavari, or maybe you have but it got lost in the muddle of other supplements we’re told are 'absolutely essential' on a daily ...

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Conventional weight-lifting, jogging, sprinting, and basic callisthenics are all foundational for fitness enthusiasts everywhere. They're staples for a reason, ...

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Swiss chard, also known as Roman Kale, silverbeet and strawberry spinach is a powerhouse of nutrition. Both pleasing to the eye and good for you, there are ...

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Celeriac also known as 'rooted celery' might not be at the top of your shopping list, however it should be! It's very wholesome, satisfying and can be used in ...

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Despite their endless benefits for your body, brussels sprouts still don't seem to get enough recognition and attention. They are most popular in winter: ...

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Edible seaweed is algae, a term used for a diverse group of aquatic plant life. Most edible seaweed is marine algae whereas most freshwater algae are toxic. If ...

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