Vegan food expert Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory, contributed this piece. It’s hardly news that being overweight increases your vulnerability to ill health, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney and liver disease to name but a few. But addressing obesity is now a top government priority in the wake of … Continue reading Expert View: Could a vegan diet help with tackling obesity?
Whether it’s for a charity you love or because you’re starting a good cause of your own, fundraising for a good cause can be hard work. This is true regardless of what kind of fundraising you’re doing, but the more you hope to raise, the more planning and effort it’s worth putting in. Today I’ve … Continue reading How to Start Fundraising for a Good Cause
Absolutely love this post from More Than Greens - going vegan was WAY easier than I expected, finding vegan junk food has (as you can see from my posts) been far too easy... but I’ve been in two minds about referring to myself as vegan lately because of the hassle and assumptions that come with … Continue reading REBLOG: “So, Have I Gone Vegan?”
I said I'd be back months ago, but I must confess - I've been too busy writing other people's blogs instead! Such is the way of things back in the UK. I was planning on posting about Ghana next, but in the time it's taken me to actually log back in again I've had some … Continue reading I lied!
I was looking through a load of travelling photos and I thought; I’ve been to a lot of amazing places, I’ve seen and done a lot of amazing things. It’s probably about time I made some kind of collection to highlight the highlights somewhere, instead of hoarding them all in the dark catacombs of my laptop.So … Continue reading Time to get started