Eat Drink Yoga

Healthy eating goodies

Organic Lifeshots

Organic Life Shot

Be good to your guts. Enjoy this organic Life Shot for a healthy dose of live vegan coconut kefir that’s bursting with billions of good bacteria. Made in the sattvic way, with love and awareness, it’s 100% raw cold-pressed, natural and live. Comes in glass recyclable bottles. 25% off 30-day courses. The Organic Life Shot 100 is the second highest potency coconut kefir probiotic with a minimum of 100 billion live cultures.
From £8 (trial bottle)

Pure Heavenly

Pure Heavenly Chocolate

Delicious, vegan-friendly, milk alternative chocolate bars from Pure Heavenly in eight flavours, with very low sugar content.
Includes less than 2% sugar in the dairy free milk chocolate bar (to put that in perspective, the leading bar of chocolate in the UK has 55g of sugar, which is more than half the bar). Also dark chocolate bars (72% cocoa) in six flavours. There’s even a festive range too including an advent calendar, which includes 24 Silk (not milk!) chocolates (£7.95) and a luxury gift box (£26).
£3.45 & £3.75 (85g bars) £1.30 (25g bar)

Mude Drinks By The Naked Collective

Mude Drinks By The Naked Collective

Health-conscious drinks that don’t compromise on taste. The Mude range consists of five naturally-brewed functional beverages — ImmunoBoost, Sleep, Chill, Play and Work — designed to support you throughout your day. All 100% natural with no artificial sweeteners, additives or preservatives. It is complemented by So.Beer, a separate range of plant-based alcohol-free lagers with added immunesupporting benefits. Available online and coming soon to independent retailers and supermarkets.
Mude: £2.50 per 330ml can (£7 per 4 x 330ml multipack)

Seaweed Crisps

Seaweed Crisps

These scrumptious seaweed crisps, from small producer Abakus Foods, are now available in in Asda stores nationwide. Gluten-free, vegan, high in fibre, a source of iodine, and only around 100 calories per bag, they’re made of seaweed harvested from the deep blue seas of South Korea and are coated with a thin layer of crunchy tapioca.
Three flavours: Salt & Vinegar, Cheese and Sea Salted. Abakus Foods is part of the 1% For The Planet Program, meaning 1%
of sales from this range goes towards charities in support of environmental causes.

Om Magazine

First published in November 2009, OM Yoga magazine has become the most popular yoga title in the UK. Available from all major supermarkets, independents and newsstands across the UK. Also available on all digital platforms.