Wake Up To Organic With LIV Food Market


It's time for another foodie blog post with an organic twist! As a nurse I'm going to admit a really, really bad habit but I have never actually been much of a breakfast person. I 100% believe that is kinda related to my B12 deficiency, I would rather get a little bit longer in bed than get up and use what little energy I have to make breakfast. Now that the sunny weather has arrived I am all about eating healthy, fruity breakfasts (when I actually eat breakfast) so the LIV bloggers brunch with Wake Up To Organic came at the perfect time!


Completely unlike me, on the day I was running slightly late all thanks to rail replacement buses taking a little bit longer than scheduled. So after a mad dash from St George's Hall to Bold street with Sam, we arrived and were surprisingly the first ones there (all that stress for nothing!). 

Everyone at LIV was super friendly and welcomed us with juices, smoothies and coffee as well as an array of delicious, organic breakfast foods. I was a somewhat adventurous (anyone that knows me, knows I have the pickiness of a child) and decided to go for acai smoothie bowl with a berry smoothie, both of which were so nice. Sam also tried (and got addicted to) the avocado and poached egg on toast with a veggie juice. 

Not long after we started tucking into the food, Tilly from Wake Up To Organic arrived to tell us all about organic food revolution and the importance of eating healthy, organic food for breakfast. Wake Up To Organic happens every year in June with local independent businesses throughout the UK, who serve up free mini organic breakfasts to show you how easy and delicious organic breakfasts can be. Whilst they have tasting sessions, throughout the UK, they will also be hosting chefs and bloggers for talks, cooking demos and even yoga!

Going organic for even just one meal a day is good for you for 5 different reasons! It better for nature, animals and the planet for several reasons. You also know exactly what is in your food whilst it being super tasty. All the organic food I had at the brunch was delicious, I'm hoping to use some of the recipes that Wake Up To Organic have on their website to be able to make healthy, delicious and organic food for breakfast (and actually get into eating breakfast more often!). 

What's for favourite thing to eat for breakfast?

Speak to you next time!
*I was invited to the brunch by Wake Up To Organic. 
All views and opinions are 100% honest and my own.

2 comments

  1. Oooo it looks yummy! Gutted I couldn't make it a brunch with you guys! Right now I'm loving eggs for breakfast but porridge and granola have always been my fave ways to start the day!

    Sarah :)
    Saloca in Wonderland

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    1. It was delicious Sarah! We need to go back for brunch xx

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