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.
“Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken” – Warren Buffett
Has the festive season caught up with you? Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms - low energy, low mood, digestive discomfort, bloating? Nowadays more and more people are using January for a detox, but we want to provide you with the tools to be the best version of yourself all year round and help you make lifestyle changes that you can continue with.
Are you looking for a simple way to help cleanse your body on a daily basis, but find it impossible to make a green smoothie which actually tastes nice?
We have had our fair share of smoothie disasters as well, so we would like to share with you our tried and tested green smoothie recipe which you are sure to love and feel motivated to add to your daily morning routine.
Fibre – Friend or Foe? If you have digestive symptoms or have been diagnosed with IBS or SIBO, you might have been advised to avoid fibre or follow a ‘low FODMAP diet’. But is this advice obsolete and shall we all embrace easing a high fibre diet?
Read our latest blog where we discover the latest research into the use of pre and probiotics for digestive issues.
Customer ServicesIf you have any queries regarding BioCare products, recent orders or the website, please feel free to contact us. We are available by phone between Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm.+44(0)121 433 3727 email@example.com
Clinical NutritionFor specific nutritional and supplement enquiries, please contact clinical nutrition between Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm.+44(0)121 433 8702 firstname.lastname@example.org
EducationIf you have a question regarding an upcoming practitioner/retailer event or webinar please contact education between Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm.+44(0)121 433 8774 email@example.com