Acne is the most common skin complaint. It’s often considered to be a problem people struggle with just in their teens, yet many people continue to suffer well into their twenties and thirties too. As many as one in two people suffer from the condition, with acne vulgaris being the most common type followed by acne rosacea and the more severe acne conglobate.
For years, magazines, beauty products, supplements and bloggers have been promising us the truth to flawless skin, and of course we all want to know the answer.
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With so many Brits suffering from diabesity: Diabetes & Obesity, it is becoming more important than ever to be aware of your food’s effect on your blood sugar levels.
It's something that should be as easy as breathing, but more and more of us are finding sleep to be a big problem. So much so, that the Centre for Disease Control & Prevention has proclaimed insufficient sleep a public health epidemic. If you are constantly chasing those elusive 8 hours, something you may not have considered is the effect food and drink can have on the quality of your sleep.
Unfortunately the UK isn't currently bathed in glorious sunshine - but I'm thinking positively and am presuming that summer will arrive and the sun will shine - so its time to think about preparing to bare your skin.
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It’s no surprise that we live in an extremely visual world. But did you really know that the way we perceive colour, can actually impacts how we eat ?
Are you thinking about making the switch from Dairy but with so many products now on are confused about where to start ?
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!