Wednesday, 24 February 2021

#wellbeing #thoughtoftheday Apples are a good source of vitamins and minerals

 I like the crunchy variety and because I find myself not eating so much when I've eaten apples but I prefer apple pies which has more calories than a raw apple, which fits in your bag or lunch bag easily and is a fruit that stays as fresh in your bag as in a fridge.

Apples and Health

Monday, 22 February 2021

#wellbeing #thoughtoftheday If we have to eat snacks healthy snacks like celery sticks and cream cheese instead of crisps a better option

 I'd prefer crisps all the time but they are fattening so snacks like celery sticks and cream cheese are a better option in between meals.

Apples, carrot sticks and pineapple and cheese are easier to put together in a small container.

Top ten ways to use up leftover celery


Sunday, 21 February 2021

#wellbeing #thoughtoftheday Vitamins - High impact vitamins and personalised at get-nourished.com

 I like taking multivitamins regularly but I just came across a site where you can get personalised vitamins - just for you! 

Maybe it's just right up your street and you'd like to try their personalised vitamin service but vitamins like Vitamin D and B complex are some of the vitamins that keep us feeling fine.

All Nourishments (A-Z) at get-nourished.com

Saturday, 20 February 2021

#wellbeing #thoughtoftheday Leafy greens recipes that look delicious at delicious.com (22 ways to cook with leafy greens) - for winter and summer!

Whenever I see greens on a plate, I eat more slowly and a health tip is to eat slowly which should make us eat less. I was having a humourous conversation on Twitter about this health tip, adding that although when it comes to croissants, I never eat a croissant slowly.

22 ways to cook with leafy greens via delicious.com

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