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Blog posts of '2017' 'February'

Your Muscles Deserve More! Organic Pea Protein: The richest plant-based protein, organic and 100% suitable for vegetarians/ vegans
See yourself through the Menopause! Our Organic Kelp is rich in Iodine which, amongst other benefits, helps regulate the thyroid and maintain the health of the eyes.
Collagen – Keeping us Connected Collagen is the most abundant type of protein in the body and comprises 30% of the body’s protein. It forms the basis of all blood vessel tissues providing strength and elasticity that is so important for our health
Rosy Cheeks or Pale Cheeks. It’s all about Iron “Rosy” cheeks indicate no Iron deficiency. Pale cheeks indicate a possible Iron deficiency.
Zinc puts lead in your pencil and keeps your immunity strong This powerful antioxidant mineral to treat the Common Cold, Influenza and helps to prevent Bacterial and Viral Diseases. Recent world nutritional surveys found that 70% of the adult population of nations are deficient in zinc because levels in the soil are very depleted
Hit the Snooooozzze Button – I need more sleep! Researchers have said that people who live the longest sleep for 5 to 6 hours a night...
VITAMIN D – Why is it so important? Its estimated that 1 billion people in the world are Vitamin D deficient!
Little minerals can mean a lot: Selenium, micro in nature, massive in importance! Selenium is a beneficial mineral that helps keep us healthy boosting our immune system to combat illness and promote good health.
Good Mood Food – Always look on the bright side of life! These foods listed contain beneficial nutrients that help us lift our mood and reduce stress - they help us look on the brighter side of life. Many processed foods act as stimulants and affect our outlook and wellbeing in negative ways
TUMMY TROUBLE? THERE ARE RUMBLINGS OF A NATIONWIDE PROBLEM An efficient digestive system is fundamental to good health and a strong immunity. The benefits of a good diet can be lost if you are not extracting the nutrition from your food, and if you have a slow digestion, or conversely, a loose stomach, these are causes for concern.