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The 20th of January has been labelled as ‘Blue Monday’, apparently the most depressing day of the year.
Is that true for you? Are you feeling depressed, demotivated or stressed? The post-festive period and the pressure to ‘re-invent’ yourself in the New Year can be very overwhelming. But what is driving your symptoms? There is much more to it than simply short, dark days.
This blog will give you the answers you need and simple suggestions you can implement today to beat the winter blues!
Christmas time is well-known for indulgence, with its lavish roast dinners, decadent desserts, and often excessive alcohol. With the build up to Christmas starting earlier and earlier, the temptations can become plentiful, which can lead to an increase in the frequency of these indulgencies.
This can put a lot of stress on our digestive system, with excess carbohydrates, fats, sugars and proteins to break down appropriately. You may even experience symptoms such as diarrhoea, constipation, bloating and flatulence.
But don’t despair, we have come up with some easy and practical Christmas health tips to help you and your gut stay on the right track.
It’s that time of the year again when we all seem to be coming down with something: coughs, colds, flu, tonsillitis, or worse… We all know how disruptive and uncomfortable it can be to daily life, so how can we make sure that we are able to defend ourselves against these nasty bugs and viruses?
Thankfully, there is a lot that we can do to help ourselves, such as stress reduction and ensuring we get enough vitamin C, D, zinc, and sleep. But did you know that one of the most effective supplements you can take to support your immunity is actually a probiotic? It makes perfect sense when we consider that our immune system is largely based in the gut, and that the good bugs in it are absolutely critical to protecting us against the bad guys.
Read our blog to learn more.
The dreaded ‘winter vomiting bug’ threatens to wreak havoc on the start of our festivities.
There is currently no conventional treatment, [i] so read on to learn how nutrition and lifestyle may help you avoid infection, and support you during and after infection if it comes to that.