In Lu-Ma we pride ourselves not only on great, healthy food but also on being a place of education. We give talks on healthy eating and subjects we think our customers will benefit from. We have a selection of books and magazines for you to read whilst enjoying your smoothie. You can also look out for our fact cards giving you tips on ways to improve your health.
Acid v Alkaline You may have come across the terms acid and alkaline in terms of the food you eat, in this post we will try and explain this to give you a better understanding of whether the food you are eating has an acid or alkaline value, and how this can harm/ benefit your health. It all starts with going back to looking at the basics: Ph Value: Acidosis 1 - 7 - 14 alkalosis Drinking water = 7 Blood ph 7.3 - 7.45 = healthy If your blood levels go above or below the health
Yesterday was a very special day in Wimbledon, as Molly's Smile Fund held their Fitness challenge in South Park Gardens. It was a great event raising £4000 which is going to be donated to St Mary's University for a Dyslexic Suite. Throughout the day there was lots of sports and fitness challenges so the supporters were going to get hungry in between working out. Lu-Ma were the official caterers for the day so we wanted to provide food and snacks that would work well with peop
This September Molly’s Smile Fitness Challenge returns to South Park Gardens in Wimbledon. The event takes places on Sunday 25 September and there will be something for the whole family. Parents can sign up to one of the exercise classes on offer. From bootcamp to stretch; aerobics and post-natal – there is a class to suit everyone. Click here to book your tickets. Children can also test themselves by taking the fitness challenge. There will be a variety of sports-themed stat
Fresh juice provides us with minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, carbohydrates, proteins and much more. All of these factors are vital for maintaining good health. You will find that when you make fresh juice a daily part of your diet, you will have increased energy, a glowing complexion, strengthened immune system, stronger bones and a reduced risk of disease. Although eating fruits and vegetables in their natural state does provide us with a substantial amount of vit