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Why do we love coconut water?

Coconut water contains approx. 46 calories per cup, 10 grams of natural sugar, little protein and is fat free! It contains a lot of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that are ideal for human health. Its primary nutrient is potassium, with small amounts of sodium, calcium and magnesium. Because of that, coconut water is a great electrolyte replacement! Having a similar electrolyte profile to human blood, it's a perfect beverage to replace fluids and help remove toxins from the body. Calcium and magnesium can help with stress and muscle tension. Enjoy your hot summery days and holidays, make sure you stay hydrated and try this natural magical drink that we love so much! YES to healthy living! 

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A word about visualisation

Visualisation is a powerful tool in seeking clarity. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and ask yourself: What bigger dream am I working towards? What does it feel and look like and how do I feel inside of it? The acronym SMART stands for Smart, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time - Bound. Making a SMART goal helps us to identify how to get to where we want to go. When we connect to what really motivates us to create our goals and build a vision in the first place, we tap into the creative energy that inspired us to take the action. Connecting with this source of energy invites a real state of flow! When you feel real connection,...

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What is a Buddha bowl?

What is a Buddha bowl? A meal-sized bowl filled with simple pure food and enjoyed with deep gratitude. How can you create one? There are many options and recipes, and in the end it's up to you what you want to put in there, but here is what we propose: - Find a unique, large sized bowl which you can become accustomed to as a symbol of nourishment and gratitude. - Use plenty of raw organic greens to fill the majority of the bowl. Some ideas include kale, arugula, and watercress, all packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. - Add as many raw or steamed veggies as you like or have available. Mix textures and variations in taste -...

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The Six 'Muscles' of Spiritual Fitness

  Just as we have our own physical fitness levels, we have our own spiritual fitness levels too. And these determine how happy, energized, and aligned we feel in our everyday lives. 1. Spiritual Muscle. Our spiritual awareness can give a whole new meaning to our lives. Instead of focusing entirely on your personal experience, your consciousness expands to include others - things we may not logically understand but intuitively know. If your spiritual muscle is strong, you know where you are going and you know that you are being guided by something bigger than you. You feel peace, you feel abundance. If the muscle is weak, you may experience unnecessary struggle in your life, feeling often lonely and unfulfilled....

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