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The latest articles designed to help support a healthy lifestyle.
Smart phones, time management apps, online shopping, a connected world where you can find a restaurant or take away at the touch of a button… we live in an age of convenience. It is easier than ever before to get information or book tickets, dinner and activities. But the downside of this super-paced lifestyle is that it can feel like we are being stripped of our energy.
When we see ‘Omega‑3’ splashed across product labelling we immediately feel good, and rightly so. Omega-3s are known as essential fatty acids for a reason! However, there is a world of difference between Omega-3s and it does lead to individuals believing they are getting benefits when they may not be.
Most of us feel happier and more healthy when we spend time in the sun, but why is that, and why does it have the power to lift our mood and renew our energy?
Dietary supplements are big news. Two thirds of people in the UK take a vitamin or mineral supplement.
Lanolin is a waxy material that is derived from sheep’s wool. With lanolin’s water-resistant properties, it protects the sheep’s coat from the environment. Lanolin is a by-product of wool farming which is why it is not used by the vegan community, or some of the vegetarian community.
Vitamin K2 is quite rightly getting a lot of media attention at the moment, however many people still haven’t heard of it! The research on Vitamin K2 shows numerous benefits to bones, joints and heart health.
Phytodroitin™ is our latest nutritional innovation, in the area of Bone & Joint health.
Millions of people take fish oil supplements to obtain health benefits due to their Omega‑3 content. There is no question that fish oil does contain beneficial levels of Omega-3s, but firstly is there really as much Omega‑3 as claimed, and secondly what else is in there?