Sunday, 4 March 2018

Lean Greens - The Super Power of Plants | Review

Super Greens Powder - Lean Greens

Lean Greens Super Powder

Are you a person who requires caffeine in the morning to wake you up and make you function? I myself am not a coffee drinker but often find I am lacking energy - that get up an go. 

After trying Lean Greens - Super Greens Powder for a couple of weeks I noticed that drinking it first thing in the morning on a empty stomach would perk me up and didn't get that foggy feeling, that often lingered for most of the morning.


Sunday, 25 February 2018

Make Kit - The Vegetarian & Vegan Meal Kit with a Social Conscience

Make Kit Launches UK-wide

Meat-free Meals made easy

Make Kit, a London based start-up company produces and delivers 100% meat-free meal kits across the UK. Not only does this company produce delicious easy to make vegetarian and vegan food, it gives back to the community with every purchase made some of the proceeds from the kit sales go towards funding startup community healthy eating programmes. 


Friday, 16 February 2018

Voya: Organic Beauty || Rejuvenate & Detox || Review

VOYA: Luxury Organic Products

After a long week at work coming home and preparing yourself a relaxing bath is the best thing you can do to relax your mind and enjoy some you time. I was gifted the VOYA Lazy Days - Seaweed Bath, a Luxury Candle and their Illuminating Clay Mask.

Lazy Days - Seaweed Bath
I filled the bathtub with hot water and immersed the seaweed filled net, which also contained some dead sea salts. Over the course of 15 minutes, the bundle started to expand as the seaweed rehydrated, it advises to give it a sneeze to release the gel, it wasn't as slimy as I was expecting it to be, in fact it wasn't slimy at all. The bath water turned the colour of green and the bathroom smelled a little of algae. Before I got in I decided to free the seaweed out of its net.


Sunday, 11 February 2018

Buddhify - The All New Mindfulness App

Buddhify: Mindful Meditation

Mindfulness - bringing ones attention to experiences occurring in the present moment, which can be developed with the practices of meditation. Something I have never managed to master, it does take some time to get into it but once you practice a few times or in my case many many times you start to get the hang of it.

Rohan Gunatillake, Creator of Buddhify has launched a new version of its best selling app which comprises of a very easy to use wheel interface and recognises that no user is the same, the app offers the functionality to customise the wheel with your favourite tracks to create your over personal mindfulness practice.


Sunday, 28 January 2018

Introducing New OOOMega Plantbased Flax Seed Drink

OOOMEGA Flax Drink

Concepts for Health BV have come up with this rather delicious drink called OOOMEGA which has the lowest calorie content of any of the other dairy alternatives - under 50 calories, with as much Calcium as cows milk plus contains high levels of Omega 3 an essential fatty acid, which can not be produced by the body so we need to make sure our diet includes Omega 3 rich (ALA) alpha linoleum acid. 

Our body can use ALA to make other vital omega 3 fatty acids including EPA and DHA, which help keep our heart healthy and help maintain normal blood pressure. DHA is also important for healthy eyes and brain. ALA has been found to have a direct role in helping to maintain healthy cholesterol levels too.


Sunday, 21 January 2018

Popular Protein Bars with More Fat and Sugar than a Krispy Kreme Doughnut

Protein bars are very popular in the fitness sector as well as the health conscious dieters. These easy on the go snacks are often marketed as healthy alternatives to sugary and fatty snacks. Protectivity Insurance has analysed 50 of the most popular protein bars - out of the 50 bars researched 18 contained more saturated fat than an original Krispy Kreme doughnut and 10 contained more sugar.


Friday, 12 January 2018

Combat Repetitive Strain Injury - Because Work Shouldn't Hurt

Combat RSI

There are several factors that could increase your risk of being affected by RSI during your work lifetime. If you work in an office and work long hours at your desk, you may be aware of the pain and discomfort that RSI can cause. RSI describes the pain felt in muscles, nerves and tendons caused by repetitive movement and overuse. It's also called work-related upper limb disorder or non-specific upper limb pain and the 3 most common types of RSI are: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tendonitis and De Quervain's disease. RSI is not only suffered by people who work in an office, but anyone who make repeated motions.



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