• 10 Great Reasons To Use Coconut Oil

    2 monthes ago - By Remix

    Written by our resident beauty and food expert, Buffy Gill, of Be Good Organics.
    If there's one foodie item I use every single day, it would have to be coconut oil. I've now become so reliant on it, I can't remember life before the great coconut.
    Coconut oil has had a bad wrap in recent years due to its high saturated fat content. Anyone who grew up in the 80's or 90's will remember saturated fat as the no go dietary faux pas. However the fat found in coconut oil is different to that in animal products, and can actually boost metabolism, promote body-fat release, reduce the risk of...
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  • Superfood Suggestions: 5 Benefits Of Raw Organic Cacao

    Superfood Suggestions: 5 Benefits Of Raw Organic Cacao

    2 monthes ago - By Remix

    Written by our resident beauty and food expert, Buffy Gill, of Be Good Organics.
    One question I get a lot is 'What is a superfood?'
    Superfoods are foods that contain significantly higher quantities of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and other health-boosting, anti-aging, disease-fighting goodies. Some are every day whole foods that you'll likely have tried before (think brocolli, blueberries; even the humble spud). Others are more exotic, grown in the rainforests of Peru and picked by Amazonian warriors .
    To help you out in your quest to conquer, or at least delve into, the amazing world...
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  • Superfood Suggestions: 7 Reasons to Check Out Chia

    Superfood Suggestions: 7 Reasons to Check Out Chia

    2 monthes ago - By Remix

    Written by our resident beauty and food expert, Buffy Gill , of Be Good Organics .
    Chia seeds are one of my favourite superfoods. "Super" meaning that gram for gram they contain more nutrients and minerals than your average food. Chia seeds originate from South America, and have been grown and eaten by the Mayans and Aztecs since as early as 3500BC. Aztec warriors and running messengers would use them as a high-energy food to maintain their strength and endurance in battle. That's why they were called 'Chia', which in fact means 'strength' in Mayan.
    Even back then the Aztecs were all over...
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