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The Wholefoodie: Susan Jane White makes fermented fennel

Irish Independent 11 Oct 2020
As my darling Hippocrates almost once said, let food be thy medicine, bitches. It seems like we're finally riffing on his philosophy ... The two are hard-wired by the vagus nerve. This gut-brain axis is supported by professors Ted Dinan and John Cryan in their book, The Psychobiotic Revolution. For wholefood divas like me, it reads like a thriller ... .

British cheese: the whey we were

Islington Tribune 21 Nov 2019
How things have changed, says Peter Gruner ... NEAL’S Yard Dairy in Covent Garden became the centre of a magnificent and mainly unsung British cheese revolution, inspired by a hippie wholefood campaign more than half a century ago ... This is where hippie Nicholas Saunders – who was inspired by mystic George Gurdjieff – opened the Wholefoods Warehouse ... .

One in three Irish people eat fast food at least three times per week, survey reveals

Belfast Telegraph 27 Dec 2016
One in three Irish people eat fast food or ready meals as their main meal at least three times per week, a survey has revealed ... ... The survey, carried out by The Wholefood Revolution, also found that two out of three people do not eat five portions of fruit and vegetables per day ... David Wallace, founder of The Wholefood Revolution, said.

Let's move to Llanidloes, Powys/Montgomeryshire

The Guardian 10 Jan 2014
After Another Kind of Life? This could be the place for you. Llanidloes, Powys/Montgomeryshire. 'Very affordable and very splendid.' Photograph. Alamy ... And not on a train line. Ta-dah! Welcome to Llanidloes ... Today there is less revolution, more wholefood delis, independent shops with jolly awnings, veggie cafes and the HQ of the Quilt Association ... .

Olivia Williams: my week of haircuts and civil rights

The Daily Telegraph 09 Dec 2012
Olivia Williams on haircut experimentation and visiting Martin Luther King's house. Olivia Williams Photo. Rosalind Hobley. 7.00AM GMT 09 Dec 2012 ... Luckily, there’s a food revolution occurring here, as in the UK, with farmers’ markets and local produce and vast Wholefoods teeming with skinny vegans struggling to lift a pot of tofu ... .

New site aimed at healther school lunches

The Oklahoman 12 Aug 2009
... Lunch Revolution” campaign ... The site is supported in part by a donation from Whole Foods Market and a School Lunch Revolution donation drive at checkout stands in Whole Foods Market stores and online at wholefoods now through September.
photo: WN / Yolanda Leyba
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The wholefood revolutionary

The Guardian 03 Jun 2009
When Gregory Sams brought us health food in the 1960s, it was a subversive act. He tells John Crace about the FBI, John and Yoko, and inventing the veggieburger ... Gregory Sams ... Wholefoods, macrobiotics, organics ... You didn't just talk and smoke revolution; you ate it too ... Like many things in Sams's life, the wholefoods revolution came about by accident ... .
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