18/1/2022 0 Comments
Yoga won't make you thin ...
... but it will put you off food that is bad for you. Just walk into any supermarket and see the shelves and shelves of crisps and fizzy drinks. And what about cereals? If weetabix was so healthy, why did they start making it with chocolate? Why do we need Weetos Chocolately Hoops? This is processed food. It is addictive food. Processed food has ingredients that you have never heard of coupled with some guff about added Vitamins, iron, etc. All stuff you can get from eating proper food (vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, etc). If you want to find out why America (and hot on its heels, the UK) is feeding children rubbish, listen to this short radio programme bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0012s7z. The more we get addicted, the more difficult it is to refuse children the cheap chicken nuggets made from hoovered up bits of chicken hoovered from the chicken carcass once all the good stuff has gone. And it's no use saying people don't have time, when 4 hours a day scrolling on a mobile has become the norm. Isn't it time to stop letting the food industry make money out of our increasing addiction to processed food and fight back?
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Caroline practises and teaches yoga in Glasgow Scotland and runs The Publishing Cupboard. She is the creator of the Nod off Series (where yoga meets grammar learning). If you want to get to grips with French, Spanish, Italian or Portuguese grammar, in a pain-free yogic way, visit www.nodoff.co.uk
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