3. Kombucha love…💛💥💛💥💛💥💛💥💛💥💛 @mojokombucha

  4. Lazy day with a green smoothie. Bananas - dates - baby spinach - filtered water 🌵

  6. Frothy banana mylk 💭

    (Source: consciouswellbeing)


  7. almondsandoats said: you're so inspiring! Your story is so touching!!!!!😘

    Thank you, that means so much to me! Lots of love XXX

  8. Raw Vegan Berry Cheesecake

    I have had a lot of messages asking for this recipe, I do have it hidden further down my blog (the picture wasn’t very pretty, but it was the same cake!), but I’m going to re-write it for those interested, I’m sorry I didn’t get back to you I have been so busy!

    This is for the raspberry, blueberry or berry swirl cheesecakes


    •    1 cup pitted dates

    •    1 cups raw almonds, brazil nuts or both

    •    1/8 teaspoon Himalayan rock salt

    •    Filtered water (if you don’t have a food processor/high powered blender)


    •    3 cups cashews, soaked for 2-5 hours (do not soak for over 5 hours)

    •    Juice of 2-4 lemons (i usually get a bit more than half a cup, but do it to taste)

    •    2 teaspoons vanilla extract

    •    2/3 cup melted coconut oil (melt below 40’C)

    •    1/2 cup maple syrup

    •    1.5 cups raspberries, blueberries or a mix of both if you are making the swirl


    In a blender or food processor, combine almonds, dates and salt (add a TINY drop of water if it won’t blend).

    Transfer into a 20cm cake tin, and press down to create a crust base.

    Place in the freezer.


    Combine cashews, lemon juice, vanilla essence, coconut oil and maple syrup in a blender. Mix until smooth.

    Pour half the mixture on top of the crust and place in the freezer.

    Add berries to the remaining mixture and blend until smooth.

    Pour on top of the cake and place in the freezer.

    Leave it to set for 2-3 hours or until very firm.

    Super easy stuff! 


    Hannah xxx

    (Source: consciouswellbeing)


  9. Hello friends!

    I have had this blog for quite a while now, and I thought it might be nice to share a bit about myself and why I eat the way I do. Up until recently I have been quite shy about my blog, as it hasn’t always received the best response among my social group. I am feeling more confident in who I am lately and want to be able to share more about myself and the things I am passionate about, as a way to connect with you all. 
    One of the reasons I adopted a plant based diet was because I have Familial Hypercholesterolemia, which apart from being a mouthful, means my body produces excess levels of cholesterol regardless of how much saturated fat and cholesterol I consume. When I found out, my options were either take medication for the rest of my life, or live with the risk of heart disease at an early age! I didn’t like the sound of either of these options, however, finding out at a time where I was unaware of the impact of diet on the body, I was put on medication for my last few years of high school (even though I avoid medication where I can).
    As I became more conscious of the food I was eating, and where it was coming from, I transitioned to a vegetarian diet, but unfortunately I still had a lot to learn. A lot of the time I was a ‘junk food’ vegetarian, and thought that because I wasn’t eating meat I was doing myself, the animals and the planet a favour, where in actual fact I was consuming awful amounts of dairy, I ate foods high in saturated fat, sodium, and a lot of processed foods. At this point I was off my medication, and found that my cholesterol levels were through the roof. 
    I soon became interested in a vegan diet from both a nutritional and ethical perspective, and decided to trial it. I managed to reduce my cholesterol levels below what they were when I was medicated!!!  I haven’t had to take medication to this day, and as long as I maintain a low fat, low sodium plant based diet (which lets be honest, is the best/yummiest way to go), I avoid the risk of reverting back to dangerous levels. 
    Additionally to this, I have lost a total of about 7 kilos, I feel less sluggish, have much more energy, I also feel in control of my anxiety (something I have suffered with for years). It may sound strange to some, but a vegan diet has completely shifted my approach to life. I am so much more in tune with my body, I am positive, and live in each moment as it comes. It feels so good to know that I am significantly benefiting myself, hundreds of animals and our planet. 
    Don’t you think it’s incredible the way the food that we eat can harm or heal us? I really believe in the power of nutrition to cure illness, and I want to be able to share this knowledge with you - as it’s turned out, I am a walking example of what wholesome, nourishing food can do to the body!
    I hope you enjoy me sharing my experience of veganism with you, and feel free to ask any questions or just have a chat with me :)
    Love and gratitude, 
    Hannah xxx
  10. No-oil garlic roasted fries and a nice view… Hope you’re having a nice Sunday!


  11. Anonymous said: Can you recommend any vegan logs like yours? Like people who also post a bit about their life, and yummy food and maybe fashion and just life you know? been looking for more, thankyou


    My main fellow plant-loving gals who post a variety of nice things:

    I know I’m forgetting a few so i apologise for that! If you are a fellow vegan babe please reblog this post :)

  12. Hi Tumblr-ers, if you’re on Instagram, feel free to follow @consciouswellbeing for regular posts of plant-based food, pretty scenery and maybe my dogs… I primarily blog off my Instagram so if you want to contact me/see what I am up to, your best bet is finding me there!

  13. Stop what you are doing right now and bake a sweet potato!!! This is a sweet spud served on a crispy green salad - seasoned with fresh ginger, chilli flakes and pepper, and the salad with some fresh lemon juice!!! Yum yum easy nutritious food!!

  14. 🌱Smoothie prep with @orgamix_ maca powder and chia seeds. Delicious way to start my day!🌱

  15. Picnic for one 🌞