paleo

Go Figa Review

Product review Go figa

When I was asked to review Go Figa I thought “I’ll give fig a go”. According to the press release figs are the new superfood. I don’t agree with the liberal use of this term, but I have always liked figs, and continue to do so in this powdered form. What
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Paleo diet: a beginner’s guide

Right, first of all let’s get two things straight: First: The Paleo diet is NOT about recreating the diet of cavemen. Second: The Paleo diet is NOT a diet; it is a way of life. The food you eat affects so much more than your digestive system as you will find out… Now we’ve
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Clean Eating – the Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Many of us say every New Year that we’re going to cut out the bad foods and go on a diet and in more recent years there’s been a rise in the concept of clean eating … but what is it and what’s it like to make the change? TB’s new writer Toni Day
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David Moore Restauranteur With A Friend

Profile – David Moore [Pied a Terre]

A Few Hours With David Moore… Most of our Q&A profiles take place in the form of an email or telephone call to the person we want to get to know a little better. But, every now and then someone is nice/crazy enough to invite me down to meet them in person and spend some
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Jimmy-Moore

Profile – Jimmy Moore [Livin’ La Vida Low Carb]

Here at Tasting Britain, we’re of the opinion that Jimmy Moore, perhaps better known as the ‘Livin Low Carb Guy’ is a very nice chap (listen to one of his podcasts and see if you can resist the all powerful fuzziness of that lazy Southern drawl). But
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Profile – Mark Sisson [Mark’s Daily Apple]

At Tasting Britain, despite a love for the finer things in life (and by ‘finer’ we mean things that are ample in alcohol, sugar and calories –  occasionally all at once), we’re usually of the same opinion of  the venerable physician Hippocrates,
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