It’s the morning after Balearics Day and I’m meeting Alice in Sa Feixina Park. A team are here dismantling and restoring the park back to it’s original state. It must have been a big day. Plastic cups, straws and polystyrene containers lay empty on the ground; used, disregarded and abandoned by their consumer.
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I have a love hate relationship with coffee. The aroma, the taste, the rush of feel good stuff that flows immediately following consumption is hard to beat, however I’m well aware I’m probably doing my body a disservice by drinking too much of this nectar from the gods. While a couple of cups of coffee or tea a day aren’t bad for most people, more than that can cause health problems such as irritability and anxiety, sleeplessness, increased heart rate and muscle tremors. That’s why I’m constantly on the lookout for a halfway decent substitute. And no, I don’t mean a virtuous cup of green tea or a turmeric latte - I’m talking about something that actually smells and tastes like coffee. Does this elusive concoction exist?
Everyone wants a nice smile but we're often guilty of procrastinating with our dental checkups. Achieving healthy teeth takes a lifetime of care, and your dental health is important to your overall health. We sit down with our favourite holistic dentist on the island, Daniel from Clinica Dental Peralta Silverstone to chat about how the latest wellbeing crazes affect our teeth, and what natural tips we can implement to give our teeth the care they deserve.