1. Cranberries

    Cranberries are related to blueberries and bilberries. And like these two berries they contain really high levels of antioxidants (they are higher in antioxidants than most fruit and vegetables!) Antioxidants protect the cells in our bodies against free radical damage which causes oxidative stress. ‘Oxidative stress is believed to lead to the development of the most prevalent and chronic diseases and disorders.’ When our bodies have a good level of antioxidants from the foods we eat or supplements we take they are able to balance the free radicals and prevent chronic disease from occurring. Cranberries are also packed with phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals and fiber and have been used in traditional medicine for many years.


    The most well know benefit of the cranberry is that it can prevent and treat urinary tract infections which are

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  2. Weekly Tip: Matcha Latte recipe

    Did you know that one cup of matcha tea has the same amount of antioxidants as 10 cups of regular green tea. Try switching your morning latte for an almond milk matcha latte. Not only will you save on calories - you will also giving your body a nutritional boost.

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  3. Bees

    I don't think majority of people realise how important they are - but have read to get an idea.

    There are over 25000 species of bees, which is divided into 4000 genera of bees, which can then be divided into 9 different families of bees. The Apidae family being the most well know which includes the Honeybee and Bumblebee.

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