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As we all know, we face many challenges as parents and guardians of children growing up in modern society. However, at a biological level, our children face the continuous and constant challenge of nurturing an immature immune system; a complex system which is constantly developing and adapting to the outside world in order to equip them with a fully functioning immune army in adulthood.
A healthy diet is paramount to provide all the nutrients they need to ensure a strong and robust immune system. If you’re not sure which nutrients are important, or what to do when your children get poorly, we’ve gathered our top nutritional and lifestyle tips all in one place.
The immune system is incredibly important for protecting our health and defending us against viruses and bacteria.
There's certainly a lot that we can all do naturally, through nutrition and lifestyle interventions to strengthen our immune defences.
Read our A-Z guide of key nutrients to consider to support your immunity.
What is an allergy? How much of a problem are they to sufferers? How can probiotics help support the immune system?Read our blog to learn about how using live bacteria can support your immunity and allergy symptoms.
In these times of uncertainty, with the coronavirus pandemic escalating, and the rise of self-isolation and working from home for a currently unknown length of time, we want you to know that we’re here for you. We’re working hard to stay abreast of the rapidly developing guidelines and research, so we can help to keep you informed and healthy.
We also want to use this opportunity to impart some positivity at this strange time. There is a lot going on, and a lot of unanswered questions, however, there are several things that we do know. This will pass. We will go back to work. Normal daily life will resume. While we do not know how long it will take to get to this point, there are many things that we can all do to support ourselves. Let’s make sure to use this time wisely for reflection and self-care.
We need to do everything we can to harness the might of our immune system to ensure that it is primed to respond swiftly and efficiently should it come into contact with coronavirus, to help minimise its impact on the body. So without further ado, we have compiled our top tips for boosting immunity, maintaining a positive outlook, and keeping healthy at this most challenging of times.
Are you fed-up with dry skin, break outs or dull looking skin? Are you confused about which nutrients are best for your skin? Do you want to know how to improve the health of your skin?
Nourishing our bodies with the right nutrients, in sufficient quantities, can be key to supporting our skin health not only in the winter but all year round. So let’s delve into the key nutrients we believe are essential for skin health.
We are frequently asked about menopause; what to expect? How long does it last? Why do I get hot flushes? Menopause is complex and every woman experiences it differently so we are here to shed some light on this topic.
While it can be a seamless transition for some, many women find it a more challenging experience, but why? Let’s get stuck in and discuss some of the frequently asked questions!
Our Multi NutriPowder is a worthy addition to your daily smoothie, especially at this time of the year. It provides a high dose of vitamin C and magnesium, alongside all of the B vitamins in their most bioavailable forms, making it a perfect ‘pick me up’ and ideal for maintenance immune and nervous system support.
Vitamin C has multiple benefits for our body, from supporting healthy skin to promoting a strong immune system. Whilst many foods contain vitamin C, it is increasingly evident given the trials and tribulations of modern day living, that we are not getting nearly enough to meet individual needs.
Read our blog on the benefits of taking a vitamin C supplement, to make sure you're getting enough.
Our Clinical Nutrition team have answered some of our most frequently asked questions we receive about our live bacteria range.
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Did you know that one in eight children in England are suffering with at least one mental health disorder? Mental health issues are diverse and complex, they can range from anxiety, depression to autism and ADHD.
With children's mental health week upon us, we want to help you understand what could potentially be contributing to these issues and what you can do to support your children.