I think that it can sometimes be a common misconception that eating a healthy diet is an extremely expensive way. To some extent, I suppose this could be true if you purchased large quantities of organic meet, superfood and specialist products however, buying natural wholesome ingredients such as: vegetable, grains and pulses can actually turn out to be really affordable; often even more so than eating lots of processed food and meals. Like with most things, the cost of a healthy food shop can vary greatly depending on numerous factors such as: where you shop, the amount of food you’re buying and the types of products you by. Today we wanted to talk about some of the ways that you can stock your fridge and cupboards with a selection of healthy ingredients, whilst still being more friendly on your budget.
One of the things that nearly always affects my skin is the change in weather over this time of year. I find that as soon as the colder weather starts to kick in, my skin tends to become a lot dryer. We all know that the food that we put into our body can have a huge impact on our health and how we’re feeling, but what about what we put onto our skin? Things that you put onto your skin can also be absorbed into the body, so it’s also important to consider the products that you’re using as well! We recently had the lovely ladies from A’kin in store to tell us a bit more about their wonderful skincare products and also use a skin assessment machine to show things like skin damage from UV rays and dehydration. Different parts of your skin show up in different colours depending on the health of your skin, so it’s a really interesting experience! Don’t worry if you didn’t manage to pop in this time, we will be having events with them in the future, so keep your eyes on the newsletter so you don’t miss out on anything!
Are you ready for winter? People are sneezing, coughing and complaining about sore throats? Lots of our customers find it beneficial to use Manuka Honey. Here is some interesting new research about the bees knees – Manuka Honey for other applications
Coconut oil is probably something that the vast majority of us now have sat on the kitchen counter or in our kitchen cupboards right now.. as for me, I have about six jars of the stuff stashed away in my kitchen! Coconut oil has been around for quite some time now and to be honest, I think there is still just as much hype surrounding it as there was a year or so ago. It really is an incredible product and something that has become incredibly popular in the health and wellness industry.
Here at Inside Out, we’re all huge fans of getting a little creative in the kitchen and making our own healthy snacks and raw desserts. Eating a healthy diet of wholesome and natural foods definitely doesn’t mean you don’t still get to indulge in lots of delicious sweet treats and the good news is, they’re pretty easy to make yourself at home too! Today we wanted to share with you our top 10 store cupboard essentials from our health and wellness blogger Charley’s Health to help you kit out your kitchen and get started!
Since the Run Reigate event, I’m sure lots of us have become a little more inspired to get those trainers out of the cupboard and take to the streets. We wanted to share our top 5 tips for running with beginners from our guest blogger and personal trainer; Charlotte from Charley’s Health.
When I first started running, I literally couldn’t run for a minute without stopping and feeling incredibly out of breath. This made running seem like an impossible task and incredibly daunting.. but it doesn’t have to be and don’t let that put you off! In this case, practise really does make progress and with each run you embark on, you’ll be getting that little bit better and the confidence will grow! So, without further a do, here are my top tips and things that helped me, for those of you who are wanting to start out with running..
If you follow us on social media, then you may have already seen that we’ve participated in Organic September which is run by the Soil Association. Buying organic produce where possible is something that we’re really passionate about in the shop and we try and insure that we stock lots of organic products for you in store. In todays blog post, we wanted to share The Soil association top 5 reasons to go organic this September and they are reasons I whole heartedly agree with:
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Run Reigate 10k and half marathon yesterday! You should all be extremely proud of yourselves, that’s such a fantastic achievement! I don’t know about you, but whenever I go to these events it always really inspires me to get more into my running again! In case anyone is feeling the same way, today we wanted to share a little bit about one of our products that been very popular amongst runners. If you’re an avid runner, then you probably know about this already, but the product that we’re talking about today is BeetActive, which is a completely natural beetroot concentrate.