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  • How to cook with our Cashew Cream Cheese

    We have been getting a lot of queries regarding our yummy Cashew Cream Cheese, especially how to eat it and with what. So here's a recipe you can try with our Cashew Cream! Bon appetite! Cashew Cream Cheese Broccoli Pasta Serves 1 Ingredients 100g Spaghetti or Pasta of your choice 80g Broccoli cut into small florets Cashew Cream Cheese Sauce 1/4 Chopped Organic Onion 1 clove Chopped Organic Garlic  2 Tbs Olive Oil 3 Tbs HEA Cashew Cream Cheese 100ml Organic Soy Milk or Milk of your choice 2 pinch Sea Salt 1 pinch Fresh Cracked Black Pepper   Instructions...

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  • Introducing our new Head of Kitchen and Wholesome Living

    We are super excited that we have a new green goddess on board! Meet our new Head of Kitchen and Wholesome Living, Chie Ramsey. Chie recently moved to KL city with her beautiful family, she originates from Japan but have spent most of her time traveling in the US and other parts of the world as a celebrated Chef-Consultant and Spiritual Raw Food Instructor.  Chie is a certified Spiritual Live Food Instructor from Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center, AZ, USA which is well known for its transformation detox, wellness and spiritual programs. She is also a certified Chinese Medicinal Cooking Instructor...

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  • #YOLO

    Our HEA guide to a happy & healthy life. 1. Give thanks to your body everyday for everything your body does for you 2. Take 2 mins each day to connect with your breath by simply breathing in and out gently and quietly 3. Drink at least 3 litres of alkaline water daily 4. Stay active everyday; exercise, do yoga, take a walk, lift weights (shopping counts too! *wink*) 5. Be mindful of what you eat (& drink!) 6. Listen to your body 7. Seize the day

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  • Be Gluten-aware

    Truth is many of us are sensitive to Gluten without knowing it. Here are 5 things we thought you should know about what Gluten could do to your body. 1. Gluten is bad for your gut, it can cause digestive issues such as gas, bloating, diarrhea and even constipation.   2. Keratosis Pilaris, (also known as ‘chicken skin’ on the back of your arms). This tends to be as a result of a fatty acid deficiency and Vitamin A deficiency secondary to fat-malabsorption caused by gluten damaging the gut.   3. You may feel fatigue, brain fog or tired after eating...

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