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Good talks to naturopath and nutritionist Lauren Glucina, creator of the ethically conscious raw frozen food dessert Lively Desserts.  Why do you think we have been experiencing such a raw foods revolution in the last couple of years? People are becoming more aware of the connection between

GoodFor, New Zealand's first plastics free, organic bulk wholefoods refillery store is celebrating sustainable living with a fantastic competition with one Packageless Pantry worth $1000 up for grabs.  GoodFor is the first plastics free, organic bulk wholefoods refillery store of its kind in New Zealand. Founded by eco-warrior James Denton, GoodFor

Turmeric has quickly risen in the ranks of one of the most popular, and healthiest spices out there. Here are five ways to use this wonder ingredient. 1. Turmeric latte  If you haven't tried a turmeric latte yet, you are in for a truly lovely experience. A

Looking for something to do this long weekend? If you're a wine lover, Mount Michael Wines have an event for you.  Kick back with friends and loved ones this long weekend, with a Sunday session with class. Mount Michael have flown in fresh from Central Otago to

Today kicks off Fashion Revolution Week for 2017, a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. This week Good is celebrating fashion labels doing great things in this space, starting with fashion and yoga brand WE-AR.

In Auckland for one fun-filled and challenging day for your mind, body and spirit, Wanderlust 108 hits Western Springs this weekend.  Words Natalie Cyra It's dubbed the world first 'Mindful Triathlon' and is touring 56 cities worldwide, anchoring in large public parks. Visitors can get involved in a

A new study from Scotland suggests getting active on your way to and from work, via two wheels could lead to a substantial decrease in your chances of developing or dying from cancer and cardiovascular disease Words Natalie Cyra A new Scottish study published in the British Medical

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