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4 Top Tips for Vegetarian Nutrition

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13 Sep 2017

Discover how to easily get the important nutrients that can be commonly missing from a vegetarian or vegan diet. Protein, Calcium, Vitamin B12 and Omega 3 fatty acids are crucial to human health - find out how to calculate your daily protein requirements and plant based foods to ensure you are getting all the nutrients you need in this article.

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05 Oct 2014

Indigo Herbs New Website Launch Big Prize Draw

To celebrate the launch of the Indigo Herbs new website we are delighted to offer the opportunity

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26 Sep 2014

It's Here!

It's Here...Ladies & gentlemen, friends, Herb lovers and all, we are most proud to announce the launch of the new & improved indigo-herbs.co.uk

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17 Sep 2014

Take 9 Superfood tasters...

We invited 9 lovely lifestyle bloggers to take the Superfood Recipe Challenge and create some delicious unique serving suggestions. We sent them each a bountiful box of Indigo Herbs goodies and this is what happened...

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27 Aug 2014

New Website - The Final Countdown

We are now in the final countdown to the launch of our new Indigo Herbs website. We are delighted to be about to launch this newer, cleaner, smoother more modern website. Read more about our new website features....

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21 Aug 2014

Sweet freedom - Strawberry Parfait with Lime Crunch

Raw Food chef Mark Mabon has created a low sugar, gluten-free Raw dessert...Strawberry Parfait with Lime Crunch. Mark created this desert for the Back2Health conference held in Exeter, it was attended by cancer patients who were using diet and nutrition as part of their healing program. Read more about Mark's raw food delights and try this recipe....

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26 Jul 2014

Herbal Anti-Depressants

Tolstoy once wrote "All happy families resemble one another; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way" and this is also true on an individual level. For this reason there will never be a panacea for sufferers of depression. On the other hand, there are a wide variety of effective strategies, including herbal anti depressants, for coping with depression, providing both short and medium term relief. And there are also a large number of powerful therapies and personal development paths that can be effective in delivering long term change. The trick is to find what works in your situation.

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15 Jul 2014

David Ash Video - Love Your Liver - Indigo Herbs Interviews

Indigo Herbs Interviews Nutritionist David Ash - Part 1 - The Glucose Addiction Cycle

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20 Jun 2014

New Website for Indigo Herbs - Sneaky Peek

Indigo Herbs is getting a new website. Our current website was designed over 7 years ago and is now somewhat of a relic when it comes to web platforms! We are hugely excited about our new website and really looking forward to launch at the beginning of September. September is the month of beginnings as the academic year roles into gear and everyone gets a bit more focused and over summer. (One barbecue too many?)
We really hope you will just love it, and find your way around with ease. We will be celebrating our launch with some great offers, including special discount codes and a competition, and of course you will be the first to know!

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15 Mar 2014

Super Mums gain super powers the natural way.

As a Mother, I am committing to a natural healthy lifestyle, and I am an advocate for the prevention of disease through complementary and alternative health practises. I have learnt so much about natural health and nutrition through the process of co-creating life, giving birth to life, and then nurturing life. I give thanks for the wellspring of resources to be found by looking after our health and wellbeing naturally. So how can nature's botanicals help us as Mums?

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24 Feb 2014

Natural Birth Herbs and Midwifery in Uganda

From time to time we get an opportunity to help out a really good cause, as was the case when we received an email from Emily Hill. Emily is a midwife from the UK who has left the comforts of home to go and work as a midwife in a birth centre in Northern Uganda.

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03 Feb 2014

Tea is awesome

''Arthur blinked at the screens and felt he was missing something important. Suddenly he realized what it was. "Is there any tea on this spaceship?" he asked.' Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy...It seems as though drinking a cup of tea is so much a part of our planet's culture that our best SciFi writers can't imagine anyone doing without it even after the end of the world!
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09 Jan 2014

4 Reasons Why You Will Succeed

It's that time of the year when we're all fed up with eating and drinking too much and we want to get fit and healthy again.

For some this is an easy process of reverting to the pre-holiday healthy lifestyle routine. For others it is a matter of having increased desire to carve out a new lifestyle that is healthier than how life has been recently. Here are 4 reasons why you will succeed.

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08 Dec 2013

A Green & Healthy Christmas

As the 'most wonderful time of the year' fast approaches, kids from 'one to ninety two' (and nowadays even older) are getting into the spirit of things. Decorating the tree, sending cards, buying presents, listening to carols and of course indulging in festive eating and drinking are all par for the course.

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12 Nov 2013

CAMexpo 2013

At the beginning of October each year, London hosts the largest gathering of Complimentary and Al

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12 Nov 2013

Men's Health - why we're taking part in Movember 2013

What is Movember, why are we taking part and anyway, why are men's health issues so important?... Indigo Herbs Director Michael Hanby shares his thoughts.

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20 Aug 2013

Gross National Happiness in Bhutan

What happiness is about has rightly become a subject of lots of thought and discussion around the planet, as we approach the end of an era marked by mindless consumerism and a human self centred attitude that is bringing the biosphere to the brink of collapse. We are living in a time where we must address the current crisis with consequent action, where 'walk our talk' has become fundamental. Taking good care of our inner ecosystems (our bodies) is the right start. With our bodies comes a mind that needs taming and cultivation. As human beings the very purpose of our lives is to be happy, yet that seems quite elusive and hard to find, especially a lasting happiness. Hence I have become involved in, as well as learning about ways to look after the temple of my mind, the body, in meditative practices like Mindfulness.

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18 Jun 2013

Slow Dried Fruit Powders... a new way to eat fruit

We all know that we need to get our five a day of fruit in us, but even with better ways emerging like blending them into fruit smoothies, we still find that the majority of us don’t get the amount we need. If you’re like me, you might even find your daily fruit intake a little bit boring, perhaps a bit of a challenge… so how easy would it be if you could just mix a bunch of fruit powders and still get all the fruity nutrition you need?

This is why Indigo Herbs are now supplying slow dried fruit powders. A lot of people don’t like shopping daily, and fresh fruit can cost a lot of money –  so why not buy them in the form of a dried powder?

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30 May 2013

Benefits of Baobab Powder

Ever heard of Baobab Powder? Neither had we – this somewhat hilariously shaped Baobab tree produces some of Africa’s most nutritious and tasty fruits. A new phenomenon to us Superfood loving westerners; yet these trees are reportedly living up to 500 years old and have been a staple part of many Africans diets for millennia. Like the Ginkgo tree, the Baobab tree is named as one of the oldest trees on earth. The Baobab tree, in its towering glory, produces pods which resemble coconuts with a hard exterior – inside are the pale and chalk-like fruit chunks. The Baobab fruits are dried at a low temperature and then milled into a fine, pale powder, like our Baobab Powder at Indigo Herbs.

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18 Apr 2012

Top 4 Superfoods: Wheatgrass, Barley grass, Spirulina and Chlorella

In this blog post I’m going to explain why Wheatgrass, Barley Grass, Spirulina and Chlorella are the top 4 superfoods and how they can benefit your diet, lifestyle and general wellbeing.

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11 Oct 2011

Lucuma Pretzels Recipe

Indigo Herbs customer and author of the 'Let's bake today' blog, Karin Momberg has invented a new twist to an old favourite recipe - Lucuma Pretzels. And what's more, Karin has generously agreed to share the recipe here at Indigo Herbs. I must say they certainly look delicious in Karin's photo's and according to her blog they are EVEN MORE DELICIOUS THAN CHOCOLATE PRETZELS!!!

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