Today, there are a plethora of milk options we can add to coffee, pour over cereal or simply drink. Of seemingly countless choices (soy, rice, dairy, oat) our favourite is almond milk. Super easy to make, it’s also dripping with health benefits…
Celebrating a new way of learning through tactile and adventurous activities, artists Ophelia Mikkelson and Ryder Jones have started to host small group workshops for children called The Afternoon Academy.
When you feel like your body is craving something nutritious and comforting, pull down the pulses from your pantry and slow cook a healthy pot of dal.
Recent years have seen a shift in thinking around daydreaming. A child who daydreams was once scolded, called idle and slack; unproductive. However, scientists and forward-thinking employers are beginning to explore the potential benefits of a wandering mind. We provide some daydream prompters, perfect for a rainy afternoon.
Day to day, our bodies are subject to interference from environmental influences and the internal effects of our food choices.
Our go-to holistic health guru here at Sans [ceuticals] is none other than Katherine Lonsdale-Cooper of Tonic Room. She speaks with us about why detoxification is important, some simple steps we ourselves can take when approaching a thorough cleanse from the inside out; as well as what to expect when embarking on a three-phase Naturopathy programme.
When it comes to slow-roasted tomatoes, it’s more than the flavour that packs a punch. Cooked tomatoes contain an incredibly rich concentration of lycopene, providing a powerful antioxidant considered to have anti-angiogenic (cancer-fighting) properties. These roasted toms make for a delicious and delectably simple meal that truly delivers.
We’ve pulled together some practical tools from our favourite thinkers to help bring a positive spin to a dreary day.
For a perfectly smooth and sumptuous cheesecake, the ratio of ingredients is critical — and we feel that we have finally cracked it.