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Health Benefits of Seaweed in Pregnancy

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Health Benefits of Seaweed in Pregnancy Eating small amounts of seaweed may fetch you many essential nutrients. Some of the benefits may include: • Seaweeds are a rich of omega 3 fatty acids; it may help in better development of the foetal brain. • It is rich in fibre and thus may help in keeping digestion troubles and constipation at bay during pregnancy. • It is a good source of anti-oxidants and may help in dealing with various kinds of medical ailments such as anxiety, depression, asthma, celiac disease, arthritis etc. • The abundance of vitamin C in seaweed helps in aiding the absorption of iron present in these seaweeds. • It is helpful in the development of sexual organs, and it is also beneficial in reducing the chances of breast cancer. • It is said to enhance female fertility and reduce the symptoms of PMS. • Simply shake a little of our seaweed blends onto your food daily. Healthiness Made Simple and Delicious . . . . . #devonfood #britishfood#ukvegan #ukfoodie#angelinvestors#seafoodsalad#seaweedsalad#londonvegans#londonfoodies#ukfood#veganuk#ukvegans#cleaneatinguk#veganuary2018#veganshop#ebbtidesseaweeds#veganlondon#boroughmarket#30minmeals#vegansoflondo#devonvegans#londonfoodblogger#devonfoodmovement#brightonvegan#vsco#atthetable#vgneration#eastdevon#pregnantfood#pregnantstyle

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Just what is Tofu

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Tofu is a soybean product … it's made from the curds of soymilk (so it's kind of similar to cheese, just using soy milk as a base rather than milk). Those curds are pressed into blocks and can be made into different textures — soft, firm and extra-firm. Is tofu good for you or bad for you? Depending on where you're coming from, soy-based foods like tofu, soy milk, miso, tempeh, and edamame may sound like classic "health" foods. … "Soybeans provide a plant-based protein source; a slew of vitamins and minerals crucial for reducing risk of chronic disease; and fiber that helps you fill up and feel satisfied. But lets be honest many people find it bland ! Our Ocean Spice blend of ground seaweed and spices really adds flavour to tofu plus adding goodness to your meals. Try frying tofu in marinated Ocean Spice it brings on a whole new dimension. . . . . . Healthiness Made Simple and Delicious. . . . . . devonfood #britishfood#ukvegan #ukfoodie#angelinvestors#seafoodsalad#seaweedsalad#londonvegans#londonfoodies#ukfood#veganuk#ukvegans#cleaneatinguk#veganuary2018#veganshop#ebbtidesseaweeds#veganlondon#boroughmarket#30minmeals#vegansoflondo#devonvegans#londonfoodblogger#devonfoodmovement#brightonvegan#vsco#atthetable#vgneration#eastdevon#tofurecipes

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Is Flexitarianism the Diet of the Future?

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Flexitarianism the diet of the future….. Flexitarianism is credited with the significant increase in demand for plant-based foods, and research from YouGov suggests this is accurate. In their latest white paper YouGov look at whether flexitarianism could soon be the norm, with most consumers opting for a mainly plant-based diet supplemented by small amounts of meat consumption. According to their research, 14% of respondents consider themselves to be flexitarian. It used to be common thought that these flexitarians were merely experimenting with a change in diet that would eventually see them commit to vegetarianism or veganism. However, that seems not to be the case. YouGov discovered that the majority of those that identify as flexitarian are happy with their choice, consider themselves to be fairly healthy, and more importantly less than half think that giving up meat completely is the more nutritious option. . . . . #devonfood #britishfood#ukvegan #ukfoodie#angelinvestors#seafoodsalad#seaweedsalad#londonvegans#londonfoodies#ukfood#veganuk#ukvegans#cleaneatinguk#veganuary2018#veganshop#ebbtidesseaweeds#veganlondon#boroughmarket#30minmeals#vegansoflondo#devonvegans#londonfoodblogger#devonfoodmovement#brightonvegan#vsco#atthetable#vgneration#eastdevon#flexaterianfood

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Seaweeds may turn tide on Superbugs !!

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Seaweeds just keep on Giving…… Seaweed may turn tide against superbugs. Scientists have now discovered that Golden Kelp Laminaria ochroleuca contains microbes that could bolster the war on superbugs. It boasts a range of actinobacteria which have proven a rich source of antibiotic and antifungal drugs. Antimicrobial resistance is killing 700,000 people a year around the world and seaweed could be the saviour for many… . . . . . . #devonfood #britishfood#ukvegan #ukfoodie#angelinvestors#seafoodsalad#seaweedsalad#londonvegans#londonfoodies#ukfood#veganuk#ukvegans#cleaneatinguk#veganuary2018#veganshop#ebbtidesseaweeds#veganlondon#boroughmarket#30minmeals#vegansoflondo#devonvegans#londonfoodblogger#devonfoodmovement#brightonvegan#vsco#atthetable#vgneration#eastdevon#kelp

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