Healthy eating goodies
With their four green traffic light credentials these are the perfect healthy option to snack on without the guilt! All bars follow strict criteria set out by the public health programme Change4Life making their way into a growing number of schools and hospitals being very low in fat, saturates, sugar and salt. Flavours include Caramel, Choco Mallow and Apple & Cinnamon. Available from Sainsbury’s nationwide.
£2 (multipack of 4)
Boost Up CBD Drink
CBD brand Aver has introduced carbonated drinks to its existing product range designed to boost focus among the new legion of home workers. Combining CBD with functional ingredients such as ginger and lemon, adaptogens within the drinks work together to give you a little lift, all the while keeping you centred and clear during turbulent moments.
M+lkplus no naughties nut milk juice. Thirst quenching M+lkplus is packed with vitamin D, super hydrating and a great drink to enjoy during the warmer days. In two delicious flavours: Strawberry Cheesecake Cashew and Salted Honeycomb Hazelnut.
£9.99 (pack of 4)
Hawker’s Snacks are great for people who love a lighter snack and want to lead a more plant-based lifestyle, and without the use of palm oil too. Sweet and savoury varieties. Available from Ocado.
£3.50 (multipack of 5)
High-strength DHA & EPA algae oil from Igennus Healthcare Nutrition. Provides a balanced source of both DHA and EPA long-chain omega-3. Suitable for vegans and anyone seeking effective, sustainable alternatives to fish-based sources of omega-3. Research shows that supplementing with DHA and EPA omega-3 offers benefits for the brain, eyes and heart. Omega-3 is also vital for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers for the healthy development of the baby.
£19.99 (60 capsules)
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