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After Eating

After Eating

Never brush teeth straight after eating especially after acidic things you brush always all the enamel.

Reading & Stress

Reading & Stress

Researchers at the University of Sussex found that reading for 6 minutes can cut the level of stress you might be feeling in half.    Image by Isabel Marcelo 

Pregnancy & Vitamin D

Pregnancy & Vitamin D

Recently the British Medical Journal have found there is no need to take Vitamin D during pregnancy with regards to development of a baby. While Vitamin D is good for you, it’s also very easy to overdose on. Unless you’ve been advised by a medical professional, it’s probably better for...

Reading Books

Reading Books

Read books - on average avid readers live up to 2 years longer than non-readers. It can improve memory, increases your capacity for mental activity and increases your ability for empathy.   Image by Anna Louise

Turmeric Rinse

Turmeric Rinse

Tumeric is good for the teeth. Flush your mouth with turmeric water which you can make with - two spoonfulls of turmeric powder and two cloves boiled in 200ml of water. Let it cool before flushing. Image by Olimpia Davies

Acts of Kindness

Acts of Kindness

Acts of kindness promote oxytocin release in the body in anyone performing an act of kindness and anyone witnessing it. Oxytocin reduces our cortisol levels as well having a really healthy impact on the body. Try and pay it forward today.  Image by Secret Holiday

Gut Health & Weight

Gut Health & Weight

A disturbed microbiome can lead to putting on weight. I.e. more fat is burned when your gut is in balance. This also counts for kids that have been breastfed, as the better microbiome a child starts their life with makes them less likely to become overweight later in life. Image...

Meditation

Meditation

There is evidence to prove that meditation reduces depression symptoms, stress, hostility, anxiety and improves sleep, academic performance and social skills. These health benefits of meditation apply to all ages though, along with several other benefits which can include reducing the risk of heart disease and reducing blood pressure &...

Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Eat cucumber as snack for dental health especially for kids. They flush away harmful sugars and put your oral microbiome back in order.

Sugar

Sugar

The recommended daily amount sugar for adults is 90g, but that's consisting of both naturally occurring sugars and added sugars. If you have too much sugar in your diet it overloads your liver and can cause potential damage to your liver, much like the effects of alcohol. Eating too much...

Yogurt lids

Yogurt lids

You should never lick your yogurt lid. There are traces of aluminium that are used in the adhesive which get transferred to the lid and aren’t that healthy or safe to consume. Just pop the lid in the bin. If you don’t like wasting food We’d recommend getting yogurts in...

Drinking water

Drinking water

Why do we need to drink at least 2 litres of water a day? Every cell in our body contains water and they’re continuously flushing water through them in order to remove water soluble waste. By drinking water we help these cells flush waste faster and more efficiently - it...

Onions

Onions

Onions can be used to ease an ear infections, soothe a bee sting, tea made out of it can treat a cough and the juices can give glowing skin. Image by mignonettetakespictures

Walking

Walking

Walking has so many benefits. It’s super underrated as a form of exercise but it’s suitable for anyone, of any age, of any fitness level. When you consistently do it it’s been shown to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease, asthma, type 2 diabetes and some cancers....

Essential oils & children

Essential oils & children

Not all essential oils are safe to use around babies or children. Never, ever give them for digestion, do your research as different oils can be used at different ages. Always dilute them and use a water soluble carrier if you’re using them with water - say in the bath. ...

How to floss

How to floss

The trick to flossing is to hook the floss around your teeth in a > shape and wipe up so you’re pressing against the tooth otherwise you’re not maximising the process. It's also best to floss pre-brushing as you get the cleanest teeth.   Image by Katie Merchant

Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting

If you go 12 to 16 hours with no food and no snacking you body has more time to process and digest your food, which means giving your body time to detox and in turn can help your cells to age slower.  Image by Brooke Lark

Why do we floss?

Why do we floss?

No one explains why we should be flossing. Tartar can build up on your teeth and it can actually cause damage to your gums and deteriorate the bone beneath by going between your gum and the teeth in your mouth. By flossing you remove the cause of that damage.  ...

Tooth health

Tooth health

For healthy teeth you need fat soluble vitamins, vitamin A, D & E in combination with K2. You can get them from main sources such as nuts, fish and leafy greens.  image via clickin moms

Sleep

Sleep

Sleep affects everything from our cognitive function to our immune systems - you’re much less likely to catch a virus if your body is well rested. It can help with stress, ensure proper function of your metabolism and help to regulate blood pressure. Basically the better the sleep you get,...

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