I’ve recently had a few friends interested in why I mostly eat plants, and how and where one would start a similar journey. First of all, everyone’s journey is different and therefore it’s impossible to give a definitive guide on how to go about such an adventure. That said, I thought I’d share some (hopefully) interesting thoughts and resources that helped me along the way. Continue reading “What’s a plant-based lifestyle? And where do you start?”
If cycling was measured in how much you learn, instead of the watts your legs put down, I definitely would have won the Tour de France in 2016!
Last year was all about learning about bike racing and getting into the cycling scene in London. I wanted to do as many races as time (and other commitments) permitted and I wanted to build a decent base fitness. My focus was on criterium racing.
I thought it’d be a good way to start this blog to explain why certain things are important to me, and why I do them. In this post I’ll talk about something that’s a much more recent passion to me, something I’m still exploring and learning a lot about.
Nutrition is vital to all beings, to every body’s life and function. Obviously. But how food or nutrition is produced and consumed is also hugely important to the planet we live on. There are environmental impacts to almost every choice we make in life.