• Eating for Anxiety Dalya Heron Brook
    I was really excited to talk to Nour Maurice from one of the best vegan spots in London, Wild Food Cafe about food and nutrition. Nour is a chef and head teacher at their training school and she is passionate about eating for health. We talked about lots of things from food and immunity to food and good mood. Naturally I was particularly interested in the relationship between food and anxiety, we talked about the
  • Eating for Anxiety Dalya Heron Brook
    01 Sylvia Pinzaglia Sylvia’s manner is extremely feminine and soft, her classes are always varied and she changes her sequences often – a rarity for most yoga teachers. Her pace is gentle but the classes are still powerful as she coaxes you into the most challenging form you can reach. Note I used the word ‘coax’ you don’t even realize you are outdoing your usual level. The classes are beautifully paced and put to music
  • Eating for Anxiety Dalya Heron Brook
    Willy’s Willy’s produces a raw, unpasteurised, apple cider vinegar, suitable for vegans, free from any gmo, made in Herefordshire from 48 varieties of apples grown in the orchards surrounding the farm, using a 300 year old ‘mother’ and rested in oak casks before being bottled in glass and sought out by me for its probiotic goodness. Natural Umber Natural Umber is owned by the Mackle family in County Tyrone, Ireland and produces a delicious apple
  • Eating for Anxiety Dalya Heron Brook
    Wild Sage Wild Sage is a relatively new and also a family-run company so, because it is an expensive procedure to acquire organic certification, especially for a new and a small outfit, I am prepared to accept their word that their wonderful soaps are indeed cold-pressed. The soap doesn’t melt into nothing like commercially processed soaps do. In an effort to reduce my use of plastic containers, I particularly like their shampoo bar which lathers
  • Eating for Anxiety Dalya Heron Brook
    Changing your relationship with alcohol changes a lot of other things as well, including the way you relate to other people. And when it comes to dating, cutting out or limiting alcohol can be a dramatic change, because so many date scenarios include – or are even centered around – alcohol. Today’s guest brings an important perspective to the conversation around alcohol-free dating. Dalya Heron Brook is a Transformation Coach who has a special focus