You know oat milk and quinoa from our new and much-loved natural liquid foundations, but of course, they are also great ingredients for your vegan breakfast. Check this recipe from Hong Kong blogger Angie Li for a delicious oat milk and quinoa porridge. Advertisements
James Aspey is an Australian animal rights activist and lecturer. He is known for remaining silent for an entire year to raise awareness on animal cruelties. Read here about him and the ‘vegan revolution’. “To many people, veganism can seem like an extreme, challenging, unsatisfying and unnecessary lifestyle choice. I’ve been vegan for nearly four years and I can tell you that being vegan is one of the most life-enriching, positive, health-enhancing and important things I’ve ever done in my life. In fact, you’d hard-pressed to find a vegan who doesn’t agree it’s one of the best things they’ve ever done!
Your foundation prayers are answered! Our oat milk foundation delivers on coverage, finish and ingredients. Made with nourishing oats, this formula is healthy goodness for your skin, while still allowing it to breathe. Oat milk foundation gives a great medium coverage with one layer. You can also build up with multiple layers for more coverage. The result is a silky natural glow, your skin looks fresh and even in tone. Designed in 6 shades to suit all complexions, and excellent for sensitive skin.
Diana Tencic, food coach at BodyBeWell says: “Food and fitness are my life – and in that order too. We place so much emphasis on training our bodies while forgetting the essential fuels our bodies require. For me, it’s the combination of these two in balance that are the key to achieving a leaner, stronger, fitter you.” Please check here her recipe for a Raw Peanut Butter Slice. What you will need
Our favourite Hong Kong plant-based marathon runner, healthy lifestyle blogger and vegan recipe creator, Angie Li, aka ‘Vangietarian’, tried our Papaya SOS Marmalade, and she loved it! She celebrates the papaya fruit in this recipe of the ‘Papaya breakfast parfait’, perfect for your morning boost. Check it here! Ingredients: Turmeric chai bircher muesli:
Discover our new cacao lip colour! This creamy lip colour features star ingredient cacao butter to soften and hydrate lips, plus castor oil to moisturize and help fight the signs of ageing. This vegan lip butter is long-lasting and designed to add the perfect touch of colour. Sheer coverage and luxurious lip heaven! Available in 6 shades:
Anette Morgan is a Wellness & Lifestyle Blogger, a Yoga Teacher and a Health Enthusiast. She loves to share recipes, yoga, her personal style, photographs about great places around the world, but especially her hometown Monterrey, México. Her blog is all about her, hoping to inspire someone, somewhere. “Every time I become more fan of oatmeal cookies, my God. I have to do more cardio if I want to continue eating my cookies hahaha. Yes, they are vegan and made of oatmeal but that does not mean they are super uber light and that you can eat lots of cookies a day. Everything in moderation. Lately, I’ve been experimenting with recipes, modifying them and slowly getting the best flavor and consistency. Today I will share this recipe, the last one I made.
Angie Li is the talented creator, chef and photographer behind vANGIEtarian, Hong Kong’s most popular plant-based Instagram account and healthy lifestyle blog where she shares her stunning bowl photography and simple, nutritious and delicious recipes. She is a passionate vegan marathon runner. We’re happy to share here her recipe for chocolate brownie bircher muesli: such a warming breakfast combo!
There are animal products in cosmetics. It’s a fact. Some are animal derived and others are animal by products. Some use ingredients animals were born to make (think milk, honey and beeswax), others use ingredients made from animals. It’s easy to tell animal made foods at the supermarket. It’s a lot harder to pick out animal made cosmetics. Are you vegetarian or vegan? Would you be shocked to learn many moisturisers, mascaras, eye shadows and blushers are made from animal products? Would you like to know exactly how to choose vegetarian and vegan friendly skincare, makeup and cosmetics?
Alyce Cimino is a Naturopath (BHs Naturopathy) and owner of Ahara Health – Naturopathic + wholefood collective on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Alyce has a passion for wholefood cooking and using food to nourish the body and mind. When Alyce isn’t in the kitchen or at the farmers market you can find her at the beach enjoying the ocean and sunshine. Discover here her article about ‘skin loving food’. “There is nothing more beautiful than the confidence that healthy glowing skin brings. As a Naturopath, I believe that healthy gorgeous skin comes from within. Our skin tells the story of our overall health; if our hormones are happy, if our liver is clearing toxins effectively or if needs a little more support, or perhaps that we need the support of a specific nutrient.