Apparently, the Food Pyramid is making a comeback but does it meet the needs of the modern man?
Could the food pyramid actually be contributing to our ever-increasing health problems and making waistlines larger not smaller?
When it comes to food – let your body speak
The food we eat can transform how we feel in our body, and assist in wellbeing, energy levels and clarity of mind.
Food, family cultures and our (not so) hidden attitudes towards food
Is our attitude to food like a formula one race pit stop - necessary but not truly valued, and an interruption to other more important things? Do we rather keep those around us happy when it comes to food choices, than be true to our own bodies!
Taste sensation: does it rule our food choices?
Are we eating for taste or for nourishment? How much are our food choices ruled by how sensational something tastes in our mouths, instead of what our body truly needs and wants?
Eating disorder or disordered eating?
Labelling and addressing eating disorders alone can limit healing and does not address the epidemic that humanity experiences called disordered eating. Would we see things differently if we reverse the words of eating disorder and addressed instead our disordered eating?
How to stop food cravings
Trying to go gluten free but keep having pesky food cravings? Understand more and try out these how to stop food craving tips.
Energetic integrity: a true question of public interest
The concept of public interest is a political one that continues to remain an elusive notion: although it is a commonly used term, it’s arguably the ‘least defined and least understood of concepts’, frequently exploited in political rhetoric.
Healing sound and music therapy – What makes sound healing?
If healing sound is not confined to musical styles, from where does the ‘healing quality’ in music originate? In every moment we have the potential to offer healing with sound and music: this is great in theory but what principles apply and how can we put this into practice?
The loss of women’s voices in the abortion debate
Women have struggled for years to have meaningful participation in discussions regarding the provision of accessible, safe contraception and abortion services. So, what are we missing here and what will support change?
For most of my life I have never thought I was good enough. I am pretty sure I didn’t feel this as a really young child, but as I grew I can see now how the idea ballooned one breath at a time . . .
The healing in being sick
When we’re sick, do we take advantage of the greater and true opportunity that being sick provides; or do we see it as a total nuisance, annoyingly becoming an unwanted disturbance to the normal day-to-day activities of our life?
Einstein – a science unified
We know him as Einstein, a twentieth century genius who revolutionised the science of physics, an eccentric German-born maverick with crazy hair, the man who brought us E=mc2.
The quality of how we live affects our sleep
Many people suffer from sleep issues these days. In our September 2019 Audio of the Month Serge Benhayon offers a wonderful key as to what is going on and how to deal with it.
Making sense of life
What was the purpose behind life in general? . . I just knew that there had to be more. A much bigger picture, which really made sense, was now beginning to unfold for me.
Baked apples with nut filling
With lovely rich flavours, this is an easy to prepare quick apple dessert and is one of those recipes that is as delicious as it is good for you. It’s so good you might want to make double the recipe and have it for breakfast the next day!
Kale, pumpkin and protein muffins
Anytime of the day these flavoursome gluten free muffins are hugely versatile and can be taken with you when you are on the go. Super easy to prepare, delicious and the added bonus is you feel nourished and complete after having them as well.
Chilli and parsley salad
Packed with Vitamin C nutritious and versatile, this parsley salad is simple to prepare and can be kept on hand in the fridge as a tasty accompaniment with meat or fish, or a filling for an omelette.
A simple lamb tagine with gentle flavors of Morocco. A warming hearty meal, easy to make and suitable for the whole family.
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
Yummy Gentle Breath Meditation®
Beating Anxiety Gentle Breath Meditation®
Conscious Presence Gentle Breath Meditation®
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Young men give their experiences on how they have overcome some of the pressures in today’s society
Hear how some young men are dealing with the pressures placed on them by society around male body image, alcohol consumption and other lifestyle choices.
Young men give their experiences on the challenges they face in today’s society
Young men are constantly presented with stereotypical images of men and their behaviours around such issues as the male body image, alcohol consumption and other lifestyle choices. What pressure does this put on them?
Serge Benhayon TV – Obesity, Big Sugar and The Intelligence of Space
Could banning sugar from our diet provide an easy fix for the seemingly intractable problem of rapidly rising rates of diabetes and obesity that threaten to overwhelm health systems worldwide . . . or not?
Men give their perspective on what intimacy means to them
What does intimacy mean to men? Men traditionally associate intimacy with sex but in fact it is an essential component of all our interactions and expression. It is incumbent upon men to remain open and honouring of ourselves first, before we seek intimacy with others.