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4th of july [longevitylive]

Festivals, fireworks, food, parades and patriotic music are on order this 4th of July weekend. Whether you are traveling and will be on the beach. Supporting your local teams at games or hosting your own celebrations – there’s plenty to do.  We have compiled a healthier last minute guide to

salad | Longevity LIVE

We all enjoy a good green salad. Not only does it bring much needed colour to our meals, but it also provides antioxidants, vitamins and other essential nutrients. Moreover, the inclusion of a homemade dressing ensures that you do not consume any hidden sugars and harmful preservatives. Using honey in

salad | Longevity LIVE

Want to spice up your daily salad a bit? With these delicious , more-ish ingredients, your fresh, healthy lunch will never again be boring! Fill up on crunchy salad leaves, creamy cheese, nuts and fresh pears, and drizzled with freshly prepared cranberry and pomegranate vinaigrette. This combination is perfect whether

Mediterranean | Longevity LIVE

Here we go again, sounding just like a Greek granny, telling her grandkids to eat up on the fresh food on the table. Why do we always hammer on all things Mediterranean? Because they work, that’s why. Not only that, it is all-round effective, not only for you gut and

avo | Longevity LIVE

Salads are not only for lunch or dinner. This avo and protein-packed salad with avo-naise, is a great breakfast on the go, perfect for making in advance and taking to work or for school lunches. (This recipe serves 4) Ingredients (For the avo-naise) 2 avocados, peeled and chopped 1 teaspoons

We love this hearty carrot and chickpea salad recipe. It ticks our #BITHK boxes for easy healthy eating in any kitchen. Plus, it features Pesto Princess’s Moroccan winner – Harissa Paste.Filled to the brim with red peppers, chillies, garlic and spices, 100% fresh and free of nasty preservatives. Chillies and

Longevity|Enlightened Beans

By Savannah Freemantle “This is a simple side dish that is bursting with flavor and color,” says Atkinson. Click here to discover the health benefits associated with eating legumes.  Jessica Pieterse says: “The olive oil salad dressing provides healthy monosaturated fats. This fat decreases inflammation, lowers risk of heart disease and