CHALLENGES

Why ‘Challenges’? Just like strength training or learning new languages you can train your own brain. By taking on new experiences, in movement, food or behaviour, your body and brain have to adapt to these new situation. When you learn new skills, your brain is making new connections which will enrich your knowledge and awareness of yourself and that of your surroundings.

INTERMITTENT FASTING

Intermittent Fasting is a new strategy that helps to balance your weight, but also to achieve and maintain your desired weight . There are various methods, such as a 48-hour period of non-eating, no drinking or eating for 24 hours, or even a whole week of non-eating.

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VEGETARIAN

We live in a consumer society. Our consuming keeps going on, while we don’t even need most of what we buy. Because we constantly buy new clothes, products or food, many of those are produced in large numbers. This only takes supply and demand into account, but unfortunately the negative consequences of large production, such as high CO2 emissions, are often ignored.

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VEGAN

We live in a consumer society. Our consuming keeps going on, while we don’t even need most of what we buy. Because we constantly buy new clothes, products or food, many of those are produced in large numbers. This only takes supply and demand into account, but unfortunately the negative consequences of large production, such as high CO2 emissions, are often ignored.

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ONE WEEK FREE OF PLASTIC CHALLENGE

Almost all food is packaged in plastic nowadays, which makes it very difficult to eat anything without producing plastic waste. We’ve listed some tips and tricks that will hopefully help you get started for a week.

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