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Sandwiches No Longer a British Lunch Staple

Cristina Diaconu By Posted on 2 m read

Sandwiches are no longer the staple of a British lunch, found a new research by Spitalfields Market. Instead, the British public are craving healthier, artisanal lunches such as salads, wraps and sushi to get them through the afternoon.

The survey of 1,133 British adults revealed how growing demand for artisanal …

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Moleskine Launches the Passion Journals

Cristina Diaconu By Posted on 2 m read

Finding and pursuing a passion is one of those small, yet huge life changers, an awakening of a curiosity, a discovery of that which makes us tick and smile. Passions speak to that creative and enthusiastic side of human nature and Moleskine has always supported, nurtured and celebrated the creative vein that runs through all …

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What Is Snackification?

Cristina Diaconu By Posted on 3 m read

Like most food trends, snackification is not a new movement, nor are other popular diets such as plant-based diets, intermittent fasting, flexitarian and more. Consumers and cultures have been following these diets for centuries, but modern culture has given them the names and the awareness that we see today.

One of the most …

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Introducing the Chameleon Bottle

Cristina Diaconu By Posted on 2 m read

Revolutionise the way you drink with this fantastic new colour changing water bottle, set to become an iconic must have in its own right. Using thermochromic ink which reacts to cold temperatures the Chameleon allows you to see the fill level, so you’ll know exactly how full your bottle is without having to open it. …

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UK Women Are at Risk of Over-Eating During Pregnancy

A survey commissioned on behalf of Aptaclub’s Eating For 2 education campaign found that eight in ten mothers believe they can excessively overeat during pregnancy, which could be putting their babies at risk.

Almost half (46%) of women claim to be receiving conflicting dietary advice resulting in a third …

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Diet, vitamins and preconception care

Cristina Diaconu By Posted on 2 m read

If you are about to start planning for a healthy pregnancy, understanding the essentials of preconception care is a good starting point. What you eat and do to your body in the months before you conceive affects the lifetime health of the child born, so learning evidence-based information about diet and lifestyle factors that affect …

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