All multi-vitamins are the same, right?

Did your great granny get her five a day?

Food just isn’t the same as it used to be. Decades of industrial agriculture have taken their toll on the soils used to grow our food and this means that we’re getting less nutrients per mouthful than our great grandparents.

The need for a good multi-vitamin has never been so great. But how can you choose the best supplement for you?

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THE AMY MARREN BLOG – SWIMMING AWAY FROM INJURY

As all competitive swimmers know well, the work we put in to prepare for major meets and championships is enormous. The training load alone takes a huge toll on our bodies and we’re constantly managing muscles, core strength, cardio fitness and endurance, as well as refining our technique.

No one wants to get injured but it comes with the territory. It’s how you cope with injuries that sets you a part as an elite performer.

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Instant lift, instant success!

Instant lift serums are on the rise

Gone are the days when surgery was the only option for reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Offering a quick and reliable alternative, instant lift serums are on the rise and are building a reputation for temporarily reducing fine lines and wrinkles.  Continue reading →

How to get a golden glow tan the healthy way

Many people love hitting the sunbeds and getting that elusive tan, but it’s essential that you look after your skin whilst you’re exposed to the sun. This will keep your skin healthy and looking young.

 

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How to choose the right colour for your lips

According to Jamie-Lee Hart, the Head Therapist at proto-col clinic in Westbury, experimenting is the most reliable method when it comes to finding the perfect lip colour for your skin tone.

But where do you even start? Jamie-lee shares her tips on how to choose the best lip colour. From fair to olive and deep skin tones, there’s a colour that enhances every complexion. Continue reading →

How exercise causes tissue damages and how to recover

It will come as no surprise to anyone that watched the recent British & Irish Lions tour to New Zealand that tackling an All Black can seriously damage your health.
Trying to stop 116kg of pure New Zealand muscle is sure to give your system a physical jolt but it’s the micro damage to muscles, connective tissues and other cells in the body that go unnoticed by the player and unseen by the fans.

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