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The Snack Bundle

The Snack Bundle

Stock up your cupboards with the ultimate snack bundle taking the superfoods and delicious flavours you love from Foodhak and putting them all in one convenient place. Will you reach for the cookies or crackers first?

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Seeded Omega and Millet Crackers

Seeded Omega and Millet Crackers

Crisp savoury crackers made from chia, sunflower and pumpkin seeds with oregano. With Pumpkin Seeds.

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Ashwagandha Chocolate Chip Cookies

Ashwagandha Chocolate Chip Cookies

Packed with benefits for the body and brain, this classic chocolate chip cookie gets a healthy twist thanks to ashwagandha. These soft, sweet cookies are made with dark chocolate chips, millet flour and are free from refined sugar. And the addition of chia seeds makes it high in fibre.

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Ashwagandha and Cocoa Granola

Ashwagandha and Cocoa Granola

Start your day on a high with our signature granola! Packed with nutritious coconut chips, a variety of seeds and powered by ashwagandha, this breakfast will keep you going all day.

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Turmeric Latte Blend

Turmeric Latte Blend

Sweet and silky, our Turmeric Latte Blend isn't just the perfect cosy drink, it's also the ultimate hormone balancer due to an array of active superfoods including turmeric, ashwagandha, ginger and jaggery.

Simply add 1 teaspoon to warm plant-based milk, stir and unwind.

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Chillimon Ginseng Pophaks

Chillimon Ginseng Pophaks

Spicy and warm, our Chillimon Ginseng Pophaks add some heat to your snack roster with light bites with a hint of paprika and chilli. The perfect healthy alternative to crisps or popcorn but far healthier with added superfoods too.

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Salted Ashwagandha Pophaks

Salted Ashwagandha Pophaks

The perfect alternative to your favourite crisps, our Salted Ashwagandha Pophaks taste like salt and vinegar but are healthy, light and loaded with superfoods. That's some pretty smart snacking.

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Minty Moringa Pophaks

Minty Moringa Pophaks

Light and fresh, our Minty Moringa Pophaks are the perfect snack for anyone who likes anything a bit different. It's a quick bite on the go; it's something to munch on whilst relaxing on the sofa; it;'s your new favourite snack.

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Homemade Granola

Homemade Granola

Sweet, crunchy and healthy - our delicious Homemade Granola is packed with fibre and sweetened with maple syrup. We’ve used gluten-free oats, delicious dried apricots and chia seeds to make sure this breakfast meal gets your day off to the best start.

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Pumpkin Spice Granola

Pumpkin Spice Granola

We've taken the signature autumn drink but made it healthy! No unnecessary sugar, just big flavour that'll have you thinking about crunchy falling leaves and long cosy nights.

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The Breakfast Bundle

The Breakfast Bundle

Start your day on a high with not one, not two but THREE granolas! Why choose between something spicy, chocolatey or fruity when you can enjoy all three instead? Featuring the whole granola family, all free from preservatives, wheat free and sources of fibre! 

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Reasons to start ayurvedic diet

7 Reasons To Start Ayurvedic Diet

Ayurveda offers a far broader perspective that takes into account not only what we eat but also when and how we consume—as well as our state of mind—with the ultimate goal of supporting a thriving state of health. It emphasises wholesome, unadulterated meals, total wellness, and dietary demands specific to the individual. The five elements of air, fire, water, space, and earth are highlighted in ayurvedic treatment. The three energies, or doshas, of Ayurveda, are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

1. Promotes Digestion

Your digestive system holds the secret to a fit and healthy body. According to Ayurveda, how well you digest the foods you eat in nature significantly impacts your health and well-being. The development of healthy body tissues and the expulsion of waste products from the digestive tract are both supported by boosting the Agnior, the digestive fire, according to Ayurveda. Evidence suggests that the Ayurvedic diet may aid in the recovery of persons from gastrointestinal disorders like hyperacidity, irritable bowel syndrome, haemorrhoids, diarrhoea, constipation, and heartburn.

2. Treats Complete Condition Over Just Symptoms

Ayurveda treats imbalances in the body by identifying their underlying causes, much like one would attack a weed at its source to keep it from sprouting up again. The ayurvedic practitioner advises the client on real, supportive food and lifestyle adjustments to ensure the imbalance does not return. Ayurveda uses natural ingredients To treat the disease's underlying cause and restore balance. It also promotes a healthy lifestyle to stop imbalances from recurring. It addresses the underlying reasons to achieve a full recovery while enhancing, strengthening, and purifying body tissues (Dhatus) and controlling physiological doshas.

3. Management Of Weight 

To assist you in healthily losing weight, Ayurveda offers several straightforward yet powerful solutions. According to Ayurveda, having too much Kapha dosha might lead to obesity. One of the most effective Ayurvedic weight loss techniques is utilising foods suitable for your constitutional type. Each dosha's energy forms the basis of the weight loss diet. Which aids in figuring out the best foods to promote health, treat disease, and keep one's general health in check. You wouldn't have to deprive yourself or unreasonably restrict the kinds of meals you can enjoy because this wellness regimen does not prioritise quick results. Instead, it strongly emphasises adhering to a set of fundamental rules that can both assist in weight loss and promote a generally healthy body.

4. Helps In Building Immunity 

By boosting the body's immunity to fight various illnesses and infections, Ayurveda aids in enhancing one's inner strength and power. Ayurveda states that the meal must be cooked properly and sufficiently to make it digestible to promote immunity. Ayurveda states that maintaining natural resistance to diseases and their symptoms is essential for immunity and health. Our health is maintained by ayurvedic immunity boosters, which aid in spotting foreign entities that attack and kill cells. To defend against illnesses and infections, Ayurveda advises consuming many spices to enhance immunity. Ginger, turmeric, and cumin are a few spices you should eat to increase your immunity. 

5. Focus On Whole Foods

The Ayurvedic diet suggests consuming natural or entire foods rather than manufactured items. It is the main focus of every Ayurvedic diet, and for a good reason. The emphasis in such a diet should be on plant-based foods, such as various fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, herbs, and spices. These foods should be included in any Ayurvedic diet to boost immunity. Preparation techniques can vary depending on your dosha type. Research that currently demonstrates that diets high in processed foods result in impaired immune function significantly supports this advice to embrace natural foods. 

6. Mindful Eating 

Eating attentively and instinctively is advised by Ayurvedic teachings. That entails being mindful of your eating habits and your body's signals. It entails taking time while eating, only eating when you are hungry, and stopping when you are full. Ayurveda takes a different approach to diet by instructing us to be more conscious while choosing and preparing foods that will best assist us toward better health and wellness. It is essential to approach meal preparation in the right frame of mind. According to Ayurveda, the thoughts and energy of the cook are infused into the meal; therefore, cooking when agitated, unhappy, stressed out, or otherwise preoccupied ensures that the energy is incorporated into the dish. 

7. Promotes Sustainability 

It is a welcome aspect of Ayurveda, which could permeate and facilitate our approaches to sustainability and the rich relationships between people (society), things (economy), and nature. This approach to nature as the source of healing and personal care, emphasising the preventive side, is very beneficial (ecology). Ayurveda could be seen as a very useful model for conscious mental and good physical practice, not just in the nations where it is traditionally practised but all over the world. Environmental sustainability is highly related to this. The herbs that Ayurveda uses for its treatments should be grown following the sustainability principles of the system, including through organic farming and other types of ethical farming.

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