- Certified Organic
- South African Made
- Suitable For Vegan
Crede Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500ml
- Fresh grassy aroma
- May lower cholesterol levels
- Gives a pleasant aftertaste
- Crede Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500ml
Organic Olive Oil is a monounsaturated fatty acid which has many unrivaled health benefits. Including it in the diet may assist with the reduction of cardiovascular disease, cholesterol levels, blood clotting and blood pressure while it has been linked to the prevention of cancer and alzheimers disease. Crede Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil contains no more than 0.8% acidity. Their Organic Olive Oil is dark green in colour and has a fresh, grassy aroma with a subtle peppery aftertaste. Use this versatile organic oil to sprinkle over salad or veggies for enhanced natural flavour.
NATURAL HAIR CARE ESSENTIALS
The past few years have seen a great transformation as natural hair care products have taken the place of chemically-laden shampoos, conditioners and supplements. This means that our hair can enjoy wholesome and planet-friendly nourishment, rather than the suspect and damaging commercial products that have been pushed on us for years.There are tons of benefits to treating your locks with nature’s best! Here are just three of our favourites:
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You’ve no doubt read or heard something about meditation as the secret sauce to a happier, healthier and more productive life. If this simple and free practice really does enable us to tap into the golden luminous nature of existence that doesn’t sweat the small stuff… why aren’t more of us doing it?
Confessions of a Teen on Social Media
As adults, we can postulate about the effects of social media on the younger generation. We may feel concern about our children’s engagement with the platforms, or even wonder what life would have been like if we had grown up in a world captured on – and largely dictated to by – Instagram, Facebook (although already outdated), Twitter and Snapchat.
But how accurate are we in our assumptions of the toll the technology is really taking on the youngsters of today? We ask 17-year-old Tayla de Bruyn to enlighten us.