Practising mindfulness toward food can help manage stress and improve digestion. Breathing before
you eat and eating slowly, without rushing your food, can make a big difference. Additionally making
sure that you are not emotional or stressed when you eat can be helpful for healthy digestion, vitality
The Raw food lifestyle can bring even more benefits if you combine it with the daily practice of yoga
or meditation. Daily practice can help you to become more connected to what feels natural and
intuitive for your body and more able to listen to your body’s needs.
Practising meditation can help to minimise stress, while yoga can help to cleanse and purify the
internal body, including the digestive system. When I started my own yoga studies and practice, I
began to learn how yoga can improve the body’s internal health. When you are in a yoga posture,
you are temporarily cutting off the blood flow to certain internal organs. When you release out of the
posture, fresh blood surges back and massages your organs, bringing nourishment to every blood cell
and muscle in your body, from the inside out.
Yoga can also enhance your Raw food journey by helping to balance food cravings. Over time,
you will notice that you no longer look for alcohol, sugar or chocolate to please you. You will enjoy
more sustained energy and experience less mood swings, less low moods, less sadness, anger and
YOGA HEALS add my food philosophy
'allow food to be your medicine and medicine to be your food' your mind body soul and life will transform into health, vitality, pain free body and light.