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  • 9 Jan 2015

    WIN 1 OF 2 SETS AKOMA FAIRTRADE BASKETS

    Be 1 of 2 lucky winners to receive an Akoma Fairtrade Gift Basket (akomaskincare.co.uk) containing our best selling products. Our 100% certified fairtrade, natural, organic and vegan body butters, soaps and oils are suitable for all skin types. These unique, high quality products are made using only pure plant ingredients and are renowned for their natural healing properties, giving a new level of comfort and luxury at affordable prices. So whether it’s our raw organic fairtrade shea butter, Ghanaian black soap or virgin organic coconut oil there is an Akoma product suitable for you. […] more

  • 2 Jan 2015

    8 Ways to beat the January blues

    With January statistically the most depressing month in the UK, we round up eight ways to beat the blues and make January happy and fun. […] more

  • 29 Dec 2014

    Love your Liver

    There’s no doubt about it, the liver can take a bashing at this time of year. Rich, fatty foods, alcohol, and sugary puddings all add up to a toxic load. Healthy well-functioning livers can take a small amount of this kind of activity, as long as it is only temporary. But it pays to support and care for our livers – here are fifteen ways to love your liver. […] more

  • 8 Nov 2014

    5 natural cold remedies

    It’s a magical time of year, memories of Halloween still dancing through children’s minds and fireworks bursting through the evenings. Christmas twinkling on the horizon but what’s that sound coming from the upstairs bedroom? Oh no, one of your littles has the sniffles. It’s THAT time of year again. Coughs and colds are unavoidable and are, according to a growing body of research, actually important for our long term health. But that doesn’t make them any more pleasant or bearable when the whole family is struck down at once. Instead of reaching for the Calpol, Tixylix or antibiotics why not try to find relief naturally, without any chemicals, to help give your body the best possible boost it needs. […] more

  • 21 Oct 2014

    Five ways to cope with clocks going back

    It’s a time of year a lot of us dread. Suddenly, on the 26th October at 2am, the clocks go back and we find ourselves entering the darker evenings of winter. Even the brightest of souls can feel affected by the clock shift, and those with a tendency towards Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD may dread the onset of symptoms. Research shows that clock shifts can have a real impact on our health, with the governments of Kazakhstan and Russia abolishing them because of the increase in suicides around this time. Clock shifts impact our circadian rhythms, our individual internal ‘body clock’ that dictates when we feel sleepy and when we wake up. There are several ways to manage this. […] more

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