Ester-C® Plus Effervescent 1000 mg Vitamin C sachets offer a unique and refreshing way to get you through the day. They provide 24-hour immune support from clinically studied Ester-C®. And, help to recharge body and mind because they are packed with B-vitamins, zinc and electrolytes
Immune health is an important component to maintaining overall health and achieving your wellness goals. While your diet should always be the primary way to get your vitamins and minerals, supplements can help fill in the gaps for any areas of immune support your diet may be missing
Developed by our team of experts, Ultimate Calm Daily Support is designed to build your resilience to the stresses of modern life and supports your state of mind. This unique formula contains two scientifically studied ingredients – a naturally sourced B-complex and a standardised rhodiola extract (Rhodiolife).
Designed to balance a worried mind, Solgar® Ultimate Calm combines two scientifically studied plant-based ingredients Ashwagandha KSM-66® and affron® Saffron.1,2 Rooted in the tradition of Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is celebrated for its adaptogenic properties; promoting mindfulness and calm.
Many women may find menopause stressful. Changing hormone levels and the arrival of menopausal symptoms such as night sweats and hot flushes as well as the stresses of family life, career changes and caring for elderly parents may also contribute to women feeling a bit overwhelmed during this natural transition.
Stress can be thought of as the feeling of being overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure. Stress can be triggered by a variety of situations and life events – even good one’s like getting married or having a baby!
Menopause does not mark the end of a woman’s vitality and vivacity. Margaret Mead, an American anthropologist, talked about ‘menopause zest’ noting that many women see menopause as a positive ”mid-life transformation “ and a time to reflect and focus on the things that bring their lives more meaning and joy.
As women approach their late forties and early fifties, it’s common for symptoms of perimenopause and menopause to begin. And while it is a natural stage of a woman’s life, menopause can occasionally cause many uncomfortable and disruptive symptoms.
In the last blog I questioned the wisdom of focusing on single nutrients and their involvement with the immune system. Whilst it may be useful to encourage awareness of the fundamental role of nutrition, it is possible to lose sight of the complex interplay that exists between nutrients.
A tried and tested way to market something, be it a product or service, is rather than sell whatever you have on offer, is instead to imply that something about your potential customer or follower isn’t quite right and could be fixed.