An explosion of plant-based inspiration for your mealtimes.
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To inspire you to get some veggie love and tantalise your taste buds, we’ve put together a variety of different recipes in the next in our series of eRecipe books – Sensational Salads & Sides. Experience an explosion of flavour and colours all wrapped up in quick and simple recipes designed to add a little more pizzazz to your mealtimes. Get used to adding this kind of colour and spice to your life on a daily basis, the science suggests you could find yourself living longer and with a higher level of health and vitality too.
Our brand new eBook gives you the information and practical tools you need for serious health creation
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ANH founder Rob Verkerk PhD discusses the health benefits of a low carb/high fat diet from an evolutionary perspective in this video recording of his presentation at the 2020 Get Well Show. Find out how this way of eating can significantly reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer's disease.