Tackle your Incontinence

Tackle your Incontinence

In the UK, it is estimated that between three and six million people may have some degree of urinary incontinence, so isn’t it time we all found it a little easier to talk about? Incontinence can have an impact on so many aspects of our health and wellbeing, from diet and exercise to travel plans and even sexual libido, but the first step to tackling these issues is to open up about this particular healthcare topic. Alex Shaw, Marketing Manager…

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SEVEN SAVVY FOOD SWAPS FOR THE NEW YEAR

SEVEN SAVVY FOOD SWAPS FOR THE NEW YEAR

After another extraordinary year, don’t make the same old ordinary New Year’s resolutions when it comes to your health and wellness. Registered Nutritional Therapist Kate Delmar-Morgan (BSc Hons, mBANT, rCNHC) has prepared seven savvy food swaps for the Institute for Optimum Nutrition that are easy to incorporate into your day-to-day routine and unlike most resolutions, will stand the test of time. MASHED POTATO FOR MASHED ROOT VEG If mashed potato is your go-to comfort food, it might be time for…

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Introducing first ever vegan Apple Cider™ Gummies

Introducing first ever vegan Apple Cider™ Gummies

New Nordic is now launching a vegan-friendly gummy variant of the popular Apple Cider™ supplement that suppresses your appetite, helps your digestion – and can also assist with mild and healthy weight loss. These delicious gummies are the only ones on the market that contain a unique combination of natural ingredients with the taste of apple and without artificial coloring. They’re also a great alternative for people who have trouble swallowing pills. www.newnordic.co.uk

Cinnamon27®

Cinnamon27®

Good Health Naturally’s Cinnamon27® is a unique blend of seven powerful ingredients to support a healthy blood sugar balance. Combining Cinnamon Bark Extract (Ceylon), Chromax® Chromium Picolinate, Nopal Cactus, American Ginseng, Fenugreek Seed Extract, Gymnema Sylvestra and Bitter Melon. All ingredients are carefully sourced and backed by science. Cinnamon27® also has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, supporting the whole body, especially heart and brain health. Cinnamon and Chromium are helpful to support the New Year detox, as both may help…

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Creamy cauliflower soup

Creamy cauliflower soup

Lighten up your meals with these delicious, healthy recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey. A soothing dairy-free soup with a little spicy kick from garlic and chilli. The soup can be prepared in advance and reheated. Serves 4 Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 1tbsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped 1 red chilli (optional), deseeded and diced ½ tsp turmeric 1 large head of cauliflower, cut into florets 400g can coconut milk…

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Chia raspberry pudding

Chia raspberry pudding

Lighten up your meals with these delicious, healthy recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey. Serve this nutrient-dense pudding for breakfast or a snack. Chia seeds are rich in omega 3 and easily digestible protein and fibre. Raspberries are a great source of polyphenols, antioxidants that help support a healthy gut microbiome. Serves 2 Preparation time: 5 minutes, plus 15 minutes soaking Ingredients: 5tbsp chia seeds 500ml coconut milk 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (optional) For the raspberry purée: 200g raspberries –…

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Lemon green cleanser

Lemon green cleanser

Lighten up your meals with these delicious, healthy recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey. Kick start your day with this super light green juice. Bursting with chlorophyll, potassium and vitamin C, this amazing green cocktail will energise the body. Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 sticks celery 3 large handfuls kale 2 apples 1 lemon, peeled 1tsp superfood green powder (optional) Method: Juice all the ingredients. Stir in the superfood green powder if using.

Take time to cleanse

Take time to cleanse

As we head into a New Year, Elouise Bauskis, Naturopath and Nutritional Therapist for Nutri Advanced, explains the healthiest way to detox your system for mind and body. Considering the toxic environment many of us live in – cities, pollution, chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, xenoestrogens, medications, etc – we can all do with a detox/cleanse at least one to two times a year. Naturopathically, the change in the seasons is a good time to cleanse, especially coming out of winter into…

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The lowdown on digestive enzymes

The lowdown on digestive enzymes

Understand how to naturally support your dgrstive health,with help from Leyla Moudden, Naturopath and Enzyme Educator for Enzymedica UK and Enzyme Science UK. Our body needs help to break down foods into their healthy and waste parts. To support this process, our bodies produce molecules called digestive enzymes, which break down the food we chew and swallow into micro molecules. These particles are then small enough to reach the bloodstream and nourish different parts of our body. Digestive enzymes act…

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The best in botanical beauty

The best in botanical beauty

The plant world has given us so much in the way of beneficial ingredients for our health and wellbeing. And here, Registered Nutritionist, Rose Holmes, Education & Training Manager at Rio Health, picks out the best for our skin and the dietary choices to support healthy skin.  A healthy beauty routine starts with a healthy diet and lifestyle, ensuring plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit, minimising sugar, alcohol and processed (and fried) foods. Optimal hydration is essential, especially in winter…

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