We are so proud to announce that our Kingly Street deli has been awarded a Blue Turtle to mark our ongoing commitment to being more ocean-friendly.
Eating seasonal and local produce is fresher, tastier and more nutritious. It's often significantly cheaper, much more environmentally friendly and helps support your local economy. From corn to artichoke to radishes, August brings with it a glut of some of our favourite veggies.
Last week the New York Times reported that citrus farmers facing an outbreak of deadly bacteria have turned to antibiotics to treat their crops. For context, these antibiotics are used to treat syphilis, tuberculosis and urinary tract infections.
The power of a good night’s sleep cannot be underestimated as sleep performs a number of important functions for the body and mind, including cell repair and cognitive maintenance. However, research shows that one in three people suffer from poor sleep. So here are our tips for getting a better night’s sleep.
Speaking to friends this week there seems to be no escaping the dramatic impact that the Mercury Retrograde has had on us all, from disrupted sleep to heightened emotions. With all this emotion running wild, I thought now would be the perfect time to share my top tips on feeling your best when it feels like the planets are against you.
Your summer body is your body, the one body you have, the one you should love and nurture and be kind to. No matter what the weather, whether you’re wearing a bikini or not. True body confidence takes time, but here’s a good place to start: our kick-starter guide to having total body confidence.
Eating more plants might seem to be a ‘thing’ at the moment (plant-based food was declared 2018's top dining trend), but it has been the foundation of everything we do at Detox Kitchen over the past 8 years. Not only is eating more plants vital to our health and wellbeing, but is the most environmentally sustainable diet we can have. Here's how.
Just as switching to a plant-based diet has both health and environmental benefits, considering what you use on your skin, at home and while on holiday can have a positive impact our planet too. While most of us are trying to update our daily habits to reflect more environmentally-friendly choices, it can be difficult! But with a bit of thought you can help reduce your pollution and create a new everyday habit. Here’s how.
"But first, coffee" is a saying that a lot of us can relate to. The thought of giving up our morning caffeine hit is, quite frankly, unthinkable for most. But it's often tinged with a nagging feeling of guilt. So this month you put the question to our Nutritionist, Rob Hobson, coffee: good or bad?
The backlash against social media usage and the related mental health issues has been rife in the past year, not to mention the furore over Facebook’s data protection breach. While there are definite benefits to being switched on digitally, even more beneficial is the time we take to switch off. Here Papier muse on this year’s breakthrough trend of journaling and the associated mental health benefits.
The backlash against social media usage and the related mental health issues has been rife in the past year, not to mention the furore over Facebook’s data protection breach. While there are definite benefits to being switched on digitally, even more beneficial is the time we take to switch off. We speak to Kerry Moore, Co-Founder of Amly Botanicals, about her top tips for a healthy workspace.
We speak to Lana Elie, founder of Floom, about the best air purifying plants for your home, as well as what to do when hay fever season strikes. Given that we spend over 90% of our time indoors, air quality really matters, so introducing plants to your home is a simple and affordable way to combat pollutants by allowing them to absorb the damaging particles to purify the air.
Sophie Lavabre Barrow, founder of KINN, sheds light on some fascinating topics, including how clutter is a hinderance to performance, the best alternatives to plastic packaging and which familiar cleaning products contain hidden animal fats. Yes, animal fats. In cleaning products.
More than just the name of the brand, Susanne Kaufmann founded her company based on the same principles she espouses in life and the rest of her work: a belief in the power of nature, in the importance of quality, and a commitment to sustainability. She talks us through the little-known secrets to achieving healthy and glowing skin.
With 74% of the population having felt 'overwhelmed or unable to cope' at some point in the past year, it seems as though we have reached peak-stress in the UK. Thankfully, there are things we can do to help manage this. In this article we speak to the founders of some of our favourite brands about the stress-reducing rituals they live by.
Forget unproven aphrodisiac foods and focus on stimulating the senses. Eating is the only thing we do as humans that stimulates every one of our senses including taste, smell, touch, sound and sight. If you’re looking to create something special in the kitchen for your beloved, let Rob Hobson show you how to get multi-sensory.
All-natural skincare brand Pai have been blazing a trail for those with sensitive skin since 2006. Taking the Maori word for ‘goodness’ as their name, the brand is built on three overarching commitments: to be good to their customers, to only source good, pure ingredients and to be good to the world around us. We felt very lucky then to sit down with Pai’s founder, Sarah Brown, for some insider knowledge on caring for sensitive skin over the summer months.
We talk to Frances Philips of The Natural Edit - Frances is a registered nutritional therapist who draws on her decade of modelling experience to specialise in skin and beauty-related issues. It’s easy to forget the role that good food choices play when it comes to healthy skin – Frances’ food recommendations below will help you really radiate summer goodness over the coming months.
Simply select the package that is right for you, choose your start date and duration, and look forward to your first delivery of wholesome food.
This 1,500-calorie package provides a rich source of nutrients, made up of whole grains, legumes, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds and lean protein. All of our meat is free-range and our fish and seafood are sustainably sourced.
those who are looking to permanently change their lifestyles for the better. Packed full of energy and nutrients, this package is perfect for those who would like to begin or maintain a healthy diet