Eat Drink Yoga

Healthy eating goodies


Love Your Gut Soups

Waitrose is expanding its Love Your Gut range of products to help people improve their diet a bit more. The tangy and fresh Carrot, Apple & Tumeric Soup with Cider Vinegar is a delicious blend of carrot, apple, coconut milk and cider vinegar finished with a sprinkle of turmeric, while the hearty and nourishing Multigrain Soup is made from chickpeas, millet, pearl barley and lentils in a rich and savoury tomato sauce. The new range also includes two Kefir drinks.

£2 (400g) 


Nourishing Lunch Bowls By fiid

These plant-based nourishing lunch bowls by fiid are now available in selected Sainsbury's stores. The range includes: Hearty Moroccan Chickpea Tagine; Italian Sundried Tomato & Lentil Ragu and Smoky Mexican Black Bean Chilli. Ready in just three minutes, fiid combines vegetables, legumes and spices, to create truly delicious (and easy!), plant-based meals. Each bowl is high in protein and fibre and made using 50% vegetables, making up three of your five a day.


Aduna Fonio Grain & Porridge Wide

Aduna Fonio Ancient Super Grain

Fonio, the ancient African super grain, has been described as the ‘new quinoa’ by foodies. Gluten-free, nutrient-rich and delicious, it’s the smallest in the millet family and has been grown in West Africa for 5,000 years. 100% natural, organic and vegan and packed with goodness (rich in iron, source of zinc, vitamin B1, B3 and phosphorus). Cooks in just three minutes as an alternative to quinoa, rice or couscous. Available online and from WholeFoods and Planet Organic.

£3.99 (250g)


Sweet Freedom Syrups

Plant-based brand Sweet Freedom has launched its new caramel and vanilla syrups. With only 13 calories per teaspoon, now you can sweeten and flavour your coffee without guilt! They’re versatile too: unlike standard thin, watery coffee syrups out there, these are thick enough to drizzle over pancakes, porridge, waffles, yoghurt, chopped fresh fruit or even for use in baking.

£3.29 (350g)

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.