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A focus on eye health

It was National Eye Health Week in the UK last week. Vision, and eye health in general, is something that we tend to take for granted until things start to go wrong. We thought we’d explore ways we can support our eyes on a daily basis. Why does eye health matter? Sight is the sense

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Autumn health: stay healthy through the season

Autumn health: stay healthy through the season

So why is autumn health so important? It feels as though we’ve made an overnight switch of seasons, with a sudden change to the warm days, misty mornings and rich seasonal colours that autumn brings us. The return to school for those with children and move to spend more time inside may mean more challenges

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National Complementary Therapy Week in March 2020 | ProVen

National Complementary Therapy Week

#complementarytherapy  #therapyweek As this week is National Complementary Therapy Week, we have written a short explanation of 10 complementary therapies that might be of interest to you. Naturopathy A Naturopath works with a combination of a number of natural (complementary) therapies including nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture, iridology, herbal medicine, functional testing and other newer methods such

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What do you know about your heart and its relation to your healthy gut

What do you know about your heart?

As well as being the month of St Valentine celebrations, February is National Heart Month here in the UK. Set up by the British Heart Foundation, National Heart Month aims to bring awareness to a variety of heart conditions and those struggling with them – including angina, heart attack, abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmia), coronary heart

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National sickie day and how to feel better

National Sickie Day 2021

Can gut health improve your overall wellbeing? According to national statistics, the first Monday in February marks the day that employees in the UK are most likely to ‘pull a sickie’. The most regularly reported reasons include colds and flu, tiredness/low energy and a variety of mental health issues.  This article looks at how supporting

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National Cholesterol Month 2020 - ProVen Probiotics

National Cholesterol Month

October is National Cholesterol Month, so we’re taking the opportunity to explain a little more about cholesterol, what it is, and why it’s important to manage it. What is cholesterol? Cholesterol is a fat-soluble molecule that is present in the blood and tissue of all animals. It plays an essential role in many human body

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Do you poo regularly?

Are you regular with your poos? Poo, poop, stool or faeces? This is what we call the waste that we pass, as a result of the food and drinks we consume being digested. What is poo? Poo contains fibre, water, bile and bacteria. Fibre is the word given to non-digestible carbohydrates derived from plant sources

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Natural support for the immune system - ProVen Probiotics

Natural Support for the Immune System

There is so much conflicting ‘information’ and ‘advice’ doing the rounds about COVID-19 and the Coronavirus, it is difficult to know what to do and what not to do. We can all follow the measures being suggested to reduce our chances of being exposed to the virus and boost our immune system in order to

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12 Tips to sleep better - ProVen Probiotics

12 Tips for a better sleep

Tips to sleep better Good sleep is often said to be the most important element in supporting health and wellbeing – both physical and emotional. Good sleep is defined as being 7-8 hours of continuous, restorative sleep every night, seven days a week. Achieving this can be a challenge for some of us, as we

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Getting back into healthy routines after Christmas - ProVen Probiotics

Getting back into a healthy routines after Christmas

Establishing healthy routines Once the Christmas holidays are over, there can be a tendency to beat ourselves up and to push to be in better shape both physically and mentally than we were before the party season. Whilst having goals can be beneficial, simply getting back into normal healthy routines can be a challenge –

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