As a child, you are told that living a healthy life is not rocket science. You need to eat a well-balanced diet, take regular exercise, and a night of good, long sleep, and you’ll be alright.
We all know a diet rich in a variety of colours of fruits and vegetables is good for us. We’ve all had the 5-a-day message and the “eat the rainbow” message drilled into us. Still though, many people fail to include fruits and vegetables in their daily diet.
Do you know your BMI? Do you care? Whilst I absolutely agree that being healthy and fit is important, and, whilst these things are personally important to me, I honestly think that it can be really dangerous to solely focus on either the scale or what your BMI is.
For many women, getting pregnant can be a long and arduous process. Figuring out when you have the best chance of getting pregnant is complicated, as it can vary from month to month.
If you had told me this time last year that we would all be walking around in masks this year I would have laughed. Yet, here we are.
This challenge involved a simple blood test, performed at home using a finger prick kit. The results were sent off to a lab to analyse. I then began taking a two month trial of their Bioglan max strength Red Krill Oil supplement, a daily supplement. At the end of this period I repeated the test at home and once again sent off the sample for testing. The idea was to see what the change had been, if any in my Omega-3 levels.
High cholesterol is one of the most prevalent issues of today. We eat a lot of things without even thinking that they can lead to a higher level of cholesterol.
Childs Farm know a thing or two about hand washing. Indeed, Joanna Jensen founded the company out of necessity as both she and her daughters were experiencing issues with dry skin. So, to support their new WASH-DRY-MOISTURISE campaign, they’ve created a Childs Farm styled fun hand wash song and guidance to help support the nation in keeping hands safe and soft!