Bodyism | London

Bodyism

I am obsessed! You know, we live in a time where people are conscious about their body and living and eating healthy. Body awareness is just something people are interested in nowadays. At least I am. I am not trying to overdo the whole health thing but I try to use my common sense and like to try places that are focused on being healthy. Bodyism is such a place and does it in a great way thanks to its founder James Duigan (best known for working with Elle Macpherson.. rephrase THE BODY haha).
This little cafe has a few stools and tables for sitting down and a studio in the back where you can probably get one of the best work-outs in London (haven’t tried and tested…) All food in their cafe is organic, gluten-free and they only use refined sugars. The clean and lean coffee is probably the best alternative to normal cappuccino I have ever tasted.. I actually liked it MUCH better then my daily take-away skinny latte from Starbucks. Bit expensive though. The shop/cafe looks gorgeous. Very LA. It’s all plants, healthy food, design lamps, stools, yoga pants and books. I like it! 222 – 224 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RH | Tube: Notting Hill Gate | £££ | Website

Nama | London

Nama Raw Food London Notting Hill
A little raw food place that just opened in Notting Hill. I’m not usually a massive raw food lover but I like to eat healthy and try new things. This restaurant offers an all day breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, as well as super food juices and healthy snacks. We had the almond pancakes and the falafel wrap which were really good. The good thing is you don’t feel bloated when you leave, I even felt more energised. They serve pizzas & pastas for dinner, the raw way. No wheat, gluten, dairy, meat nor fish. All vegan, raw and with a great taste. 2 notes: I wouldn’t recommend coming here for a hungover brunch, and I think I’d leave my boyfriend home too 😉 Open late on Thursdays & Fridays. 110 Talbot Road | Tube: Westbourne Park | Tel: +44 (0)  207 313 4638 | Website | ££