By admin March 7, 2019

Women’s Month

Happy Women’s Month to all the women out there; we appreciate all of you and this blogspot is dedicated to all things women! Hair, nails, beauty, weight-loss, hormones and so much more.

We have linked the best buys directly to our website so you can simply add to cart!


A good hair and skin day means more time to focus on everything else!

Lamberts Florisene, contains significant levels of amino acid, biotin and selenium which all contribute to the maintenance of normal hair.

Color of Soin is great if you want to colour your hair. Made with plant exracts, it has been formulated with ingredients that respect the essential health of your hair. Amonia and paraben free, Color of Soin also works as a hair treatment.

Coconut & Castor Oil is great for dry, damaged hair. Coconut oil should be used regularly to condition all hair types as well as to maintain healthy hair.

Applied Nutrition Liquid Collagen boosts naturally aged skin by getting rid of wrinkles and lines with its high collagen content and antioxidant blend of the right nutrients.

Avalon Organics skin care, hair care and bath and body products are created with a profound respect for the earth; where products are created to embrace a holistic lifestyle of health, wellness and sustainability. Their lovely products leave you feeling rejuvenated and fresh.

Hormonal Balancing

Agnus Castus is a great supplement for relieving pre-menstrual symptoms such as irritability, mood swings, breast tenderness, bloating and menstrual cramps.

Kyolic Candida Cleanse & Digestion helps manage yeast production by cleaning out the gastrointestinal tract. Great to use if you are prone to yeast infections.

Maintain normal Estrogen levels with Kyolic Estro Logic and optimize your urinary tract and intestinal function with Kyo-Dophilus plus Cranberry, especially good to use if you are prone to UTIs.

Sage Leaf Tablets are known to provide relief from hot flushes and excessive sweating associated with the menopause. The tables are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Source Naturals Menopause Multiple is also great in easing the symptoms of menopause and hormonal changes.

Pre and Post Pregnancy

If you’re ready to start trying for a baby start taking Natures Plus Procreation as it supports uterine and ovarian function. It also contains reproductive-optimizing vitamin A, C and E, and contains DHA to support healthy early-stage embryonic development and uterine implantation.

Fenugreek Tablets and Neuners Nursing Tea are both great for boosting milk supply for breast-feeding mums. The tea contains aniseed, fennel, verbena, caraway and fenugreek seeds, with no added flavouring, sugar or caffeine.

StrongStart or Natures Plus Source of Life Prenatal multivitamins are ideal for women who are trying to conceive, already pregnant or breast-feeding.

Weight Loss:

If you’re keen to shed some pounds, we encourage you to do it the right way and not by depriving yourself from essential nutrients. Come in and talk to one of our nutritionists or Metabolic Balance Coach for your personalized nutrition plan based on your BMI and your target weight. You can also begin your weightloss journey with Nutrex Lipo6 Extreme Potency Hers, available instore. The formula is created specially for women and helps with metabolism, promotes energy, alertness, helps balance food intake and controls appetite.

We love seeing all our customers in our stores but we also encourage you to try out the convenience of our online shopping platform. Most of our products are available online and they get delivered straight to your door.

We wish you all a happy and healthy March!
Live Life Well!
Team Healthy U.

By admin May 28, 2021

Weight Loss after Pregnancy

It is the desire of almost every mother to shed off baby fat as soon as they deliver their bundle of joy. However to get back to the pre-pregnancy shape is not a walk-in-the-park as most people would want to imagine! It takes time and therefore patience is primary. Trying to lose the weight within a very short time would be termed as selfishness, for lack of a better term. Reason being, that bundle of joy requires love as well and breastfeeding is vital. Hence the need for more calories to meet the need. A six week break is good before the idea of embarking on losing some weight especially in terms of reducing the calorie intake.

Preconception is the first phase in which every nutritional aspect needs sorting. This begins with attaining a suitable body weight. For instance, underweight, overweight and obese women should get in shape before considering pregnancy. This helps to avoid medical complications during pregnancy and bearing children with birth defects. All this can be achieved with a proper diet like pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts and brazilian nuts. Nutritional supplements come in handy here. Get folic acid, vitamin b12, pre-natal multi-vitamins and evening primrose oil to balance hormones.

It is normal to have extra weight during and after pregnancy. One would wonder where the weight came from and the answer is simple! There is usually breast tissue, fetus, increased blood supply, fat storage and enlargement of the uterus, the placenta and amniotic fluid. Part of this is immediately lost during delivery and is usually about an average of 5kgs which is an incredible start. The remaining is gradually lost as the uterus shrinks back to around its pre-pregnancy size.

One should set a realistic goal and consult a nutritionist if possible. A goal to lose 1kg per week is reasonable. This means a deficit of between 450 and 650 calories per day from the recommended daily intake. Most mothers can shed a bulk of pregnancy weight by the sixth month, however every mother should shed the weight at their own pace.

It is primary to eat foods that are packed with the proper nutrients. Increase your fibre intake; this includes oats, muesli, cereals and whole grain bread. Reduce your sugar intake and cut down on refined foods. Take plenty of legumes for example lentils, kidney beans, black eye beans and pinto beans. Also take enough omega 3 in your diet. You can incorporate flaxseed, chia seeds and walnuts. Choose healthy satisfying meals as these help reduce cravings and lots of snacking between meals. Incorporate fruits in your daily diet. Moringa is one of the superfoods that is beneficial as a detox and for milk production and provides calcium for nursing mothers. Get enough rest whenever possible as this helps reduce stress levels.

There are many factors that can affect a weight loss program. The first is age as metabolism tends to slow down by two percent every decade after one attains 25 years. Another factor is diet. Eating more protein than carbs improves metabolism and you burn more calories. Activity level counts as the other factor because being more active in terms of physical exercise burns more calories. All these factors determine the period one will take to bounce back to their pre-pregnancy weight.

Breastfeeding by itself helps lose weight. The activity helps melt off weight by stimulating release of hormones that are responsible for shrinking the uterus and thus shedding some weight. As you start weaning, your appetite tends to decrease and so is your metabolism, therefore incorporating physical exercises to lose weight is necessary e.g. gym sessions, swimming, walking, skipping rope and yoga just to mention a few.

As soon as you start on a weight loss diet make sure you are still eating enough calories depending on your activity level which is an average of 2000 calories. Eating less calories can make your body think you’re starving which ends up slowing metabolism. This makes it challenging to lose the extra kilograms eventually.

Losing weight after breastfeeding, can be done in numerous ways since the considerations for breastmilk formation stops. One of the primary ways is by avoiding diet with a lot of calories. Several supplements can be used. This includes and not limited to apple cider vinegar, green tea and other suitable fat burners. There is also meal replacements and plant proteins, e.g. available at Healthy U, Sunwarrior, Pulsin among others.

The ultimate goal of attaining a desired body weight and shape will somewhat be achieved in due time. This means the lifestyle and diet has to change in order to maintain the desired weight, else one can lose more weight than expected. To maintain the weight, light exercises sessions should be a routine. The light exercises includes; yoga, aerobics, walking, swimming, cycling etcetera. A constant caloric intake as per the RDI is key. Remember to incorporate things like green teas, plant based milks, fruits and vegetable and whole grain flours for your baking recipes.

By Jackson Keter, a nutritionist at Healthy U (KNDI certified)

By admin September 24, 2020

The Rainbow Diet

Eating health is colourful, not complicated.

Taste the Rainbow! EAT THE RAINBOW!

The rainbow diet is probably one of the ‘more fun’ diets out there. This is a holistic approach to radiant health, and has rules that are as simple as possible:

  1. Eat whole foods
  2. Eat as many colours as possible

This means that you are simply adding more fruits and vegetables of different colours onto your plate.

This is a very simple diet and health hack, but how exactly does it benefit you?

In having different colours on your plate, you are getting different properties that are unique to that colour. In summary;

  • The natural colours found in fruits and vegetables are the result of pigmented compounds called flavonoids.
  • Each unique flavonoid provides its own anti-oxidative and immune-supporting actions. People who eat at least six servings of high-antioxidant vegetables daily have decreased oxidative damage to their cells.
  • By eating a wide variety of colourful fruits and vegetables, you are consuming a full spectrum of anti-oxidative flavonoids.
  • This is also a great and effective way to boost your immunity this cold season!

In addition to flavonoids, fruits and vegetables contain important immune-enhancing vitamins and minerals. These include zinc, vitamin E, vitamin D, sterols, and carotene’s such as vitamin A and lycopene.

Therefore, just by simple eating more colours; red, green, purple, yellow and blue, your body will be healthier too!

By admin

The Dangers of Fake Bodybuilding Products

Protein is a staple in anyone’s diet, and the quickest and easiest way to get them is through protein powders and sports supplements.

You do not need to be a fitness enthusiast or an athlete to use sports supplements. Everyone from the elderly to those who require enough protein such as vegetarians can get incredible benefits from utilizing such products.

These products can help athletes as a way to increase performance, recovery, endurance or growth, or it can be used by particular individuals to make sure that they are getting enough protein in their day.

With such a wide variety of uses, with so many different products in the market, it can sometimes get confusing. There is one simple rule , however; “MAKE SURE YOU GET AUTHENTIC”

So what exactly is an authentic sports supplement and bodybuilding product? These are products that are made from reputable companies with certifications on their products. These should not be tampered with, imitated, or altered at any point from the source.

One can also trace their product directly back to the manufacturer, to make sure that it is authentic.

Although counterfeit products may look or taste the same, it may not mean that it holds the same benefits, and may sometimes counteract your long term health goals. This is because some counterfeit products may not have the right ingredients, are lower in quality, and may even have some potentially damaging ingredients in them.

With making sure that you are purchasing authentic products, you are minimizing the risk of being exposed to products such products, and you make sure that you are getting exactly what you asked for!

At Healthy U, you know that you are getting the best products, at some of the best prices!

We are certified distributors of;

  • Optimum Nutrition
  • Muscle Tech
  • Sun Warrior
  • Evlution
  • Dymatize
  • Sci-Mx
  • Olimp
  • Garden of Life
  • Cellucor
  • Neocell
  • MusclePharm
  • Nutrex
  • Quest
  • Grenade
  • Fulfil
  • Pulsin
  • And so many more!

Be the Best! Get the Best!

By admin December 19, 2017

Stay healthy before during and After Pregnancy

Optimal nutrition before, during and after pregnancy is essential for not only the mother but her baby too.


  • Some nutrient deficiencies have been shown to contribute to congenital abnormalities and birth defects.
  • Also, gestational under nutrition contributes to increase offspring’s susceptibility to chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension among others in adulthood.
  • Proper nutrition makes conception easier and helps prevent possible miscarriages, promotes a healthy pregnancy and the birth of a healthy baby.
  • It can also help to lessen or avoid the common problems experienced during pregnancy.
  • The pre-conceptual plan should take at least 3 months it takes for the egg and sperm cells to fully mature.


How can you boost fertility and provide a good foundation for a healthy pregnancy?

  • Avoid/reduce foods, drinks or substances which reduce fertility i.e.
  • Smoking – Smoking is linked to infertility in women and contributes to reduced sperm count in men
  • Alcohol – Studies have shown that women who drink less are more likely to get pregnant. Research has shown that alcohol reduces sperm count and increases abnormal sperm cells in men. In addition, it decreases the absorption of important minerals such as zinc.
  • Xenoestrogens – These are environmental oestrogen from pesticides and plastics which can cause hormonal imbalance. Consuming organic produce helps to eliminate such compounds.
  • Caffeine – Drinking a lot of caffeine especially in form of coffee may reduce fertility.
  • Do a proper detox/cleansing e.g. a whole body detox
  • By removing toxins from the vital body organs such as the liver, kidneys, blood, gastro-intestinal tract and lungs among others you can improve hormonal balance (liver), improve circulation especially to the reproductive organs and enhance proper digestion and absorption of nutrients.
  • Consume a suitable diet which provides the full spectrum of nutrients.
  • This helps to avoid common deficiencies during pregnancy s
  • Nutrients such as iron, folate and other b vitamins, vitamin A, calcium and vitamin D, zinc, omega 3s and probiotics are very important.
  • Also, supplementing quality pre-natal multi-vitamin and mineral complex can provide these nutrients in proper proportions and formulations.


Proper nutrition may help to lessen or prevent common problems associated with pregnancy such as morning sickness, constipation, heart burn, weight problems, pre-eclampsia, pre-mature labor and infections.

These important nutrients include;

  • Folic acid – Prevents neural tube defects such as spina bifida
  • Iron- helps in hemoglobin formation which transports oxygen throughout the body. During pregnancy the amount of blood in the body increases steadily hence more iron is required.
  • Omega 3 fats – Provides DHA and EPA which are essential to build a healthy brain.
  • Calcium and vitamin D – For proper development of bones and teeth. Also, it prevents the loss of bone minerals in mothers.
  • Zinc – Required for proper growth and development and for immune boosting.

It’s important to note that all nutrients are required in proper proportions to support optimal health for both the mother and the developing fetus.

The important food choices to obtain these nutrients include:

  • Organic green leafy vegetables and fruits– They are high in fiber and contain important nutrients such as vitamin C, k, iron, magnesium, manganese, and fiber among others.
  • Cultured or fermented foods e.g. yogurt and Kefir. These provide fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. Also, they provide probiotics which improves digestion, improves immunity and reduces the growth of pathogenic bacteria among other functions.
  • Proper protein rich foods e.g. poultry, fish, eggs, lentils, tofu – Suitable protein sources for growth and development.
  • Seeds and nuts – Provides fibre, minerals and essential fatty acids essential for normal brain development.
  • Whole foods e. whole grains, oats – low glycemic load foods which ensure sustained energy release and helps to regulate blood sugar levels.


How can I ensure my body has all the nutrients I need when nursing?

  • Neuner’s nursing tea and stomach calm tea – Provides nutrients such as fenugreek and fennel which helps to increase breast milk production and reduce colic respectively.
  • Colic calm – A homeopathic remedy which helps to relieve colic in babies.
  • Prenatal omega mom – Provides essential nutrients for a healthy mother and baby.
  • Probiotics – Promotes a healthy intestinal lining thus helping to improve digestion, immunity and reduce the growth of pathogenic bacteria.
  • Omegas – For proper growth and development especially the development of the brain.
  • Seeds and nuts
  • Fenugreek seeds and powder, dill seeds – Helps to increase breast milk production
  • Fennel tea – Helps to relieve colic.
  • Green foods (organic) – Provides essential nutrients for proper growth and development.
  • Peas, beans, lentils, brown rice – nutritious whole foods.
By admin April 22, 2021

Ramadhan and Nutrition

Ramadhan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community cohesiveness.

During this time, fasting from sunrise to sunset is obligatory for adult Muslims who are not acutely or chronically ill, travelling and elderly, breastfeeding, diabetic or experiencing their monthly flow.

For those who are fasting they need to wake up well before sunrise to eat food that has to sustain them until sunset and this means eating foods high in protein, complex carbohydrates, vegetables and maintaining proper hydration.


This is where Healthy U has your back with a variety of high protein and  high fibre meal options which will help maintain energy levels throughout the day while providing the necessary nutrients for the body.

  • Iftar (After sunset)

  • Fruits e.g. dates, prunes, raisins etc. Easy to digest thus ideal to consume when breaking the fast. In addition, they provide electrolytes and dietary fibre for a healthy blood PH and bowel function.
  • A variety of health snacks e.g. protein and energy bars, nuts, crackers, wafers etc.
  • Healthy juices (The Berry Company, Mangajo drinks) herbal teas and water to maintain healthy hydration levels and other health benefits e.g. relaxation, digestion and detox.
  • Dairy alternative drinks (almond, soya, hazelnuts and rice milk). Suitable for lactose intolerant individuals.
  • Quality whole foods (pulses, grains, flours) rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
  • Superfoods (moringa, baobab, wheatgrass, spirulina). To supply essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients considering it might be difficult to achieve the required servings of fruits and vegetables.
  • Suhoor (Before dawn)

  • A low GL diet (high in protein, complex carbohydrates and healthy fats) would be ideal for Suhoor to supply the required nutrients slowly throughout the day.
  • Oats (jumbo, porridge). May be consumed with dairy free milk (e.g. almond, rice and coconut especially for lactose intolerant individuals) and topped off with raisins to make the dish sweeter and the additional nutritional benefits from the raisins such as dietary fibre and antioxidant.
  • High fibre mueslis and granola, for sustained energy release during the day
  • Quality whole foods (pulses, grains, flours) rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals
  • Superfoods (moringa, baobab, wheatgrass, spirulina), to supply essential vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients considering it might be difficult to achieve the required servings of fruits and vegetables.


During Iftar and Suhoor, make an effort to replace fried fatty and oily foods with baked products, fresh fruits salads, dates and yoghurt. These are rich in probiotics (help maintain a healthy digestive system in addition to boosting immunity through the gut.)

Weight Loss and gain

A major concern during this time is weight loss though many people view fasting as a great way to lose weight. However, this may lead to weight gain for some people since consuming large meals at opposite ends of the day (early in the day and late at night) coupled with low activity level may slow down your metabolism in an attempt to conserve energy for fuel throughout the day.

For most people, weight loss may occur during Ramadhan because the amount of food consumed changes (portion sizes) and your stomach may become smaller during the period and therefore hold less food in addition to appetite changes.

A study showed that the changes during Ramadhan were not as much and often reversible after the period unless consistent lifestyle modifications are made in an effort to maintain the weight milestone achieved during the period.


Ideally, the best time to exercise is before the pre-dawn meal (Suhoor). Exercise will help improve your metabolism especially for those looking to lose weight during this period.


During this period, it is important to remember that Corona virus is still lurking in the streets thus maintaining immunity should a top priority. Therefore, immunity supplements would help to bridge the gap in the diet. The essential nutrients to prioritize are; vitamin C & D, zinc and selenium.

At Healthy U, we have variety of immune boosting supplements and you are very much welcome to our nearest branch for further consultation, by our qualified nutritionists on the best supplements to help keep your immunity in tip top shape.


By Mercy Mwikali Muthami, a nutritionist at Healthy U.

By admin December 19, 2017

Quit Smoking the Healthy Way

You want to quit smoking, you know all the bad effects it can have, you keep making excuses that now is not the right time, you tried it once and found it too difficult. We are here to help you get rid of these thoughts and find the healthiest way to #LiveLifeWell and quit smoking.

Smoking can have some severe side effects. Some of these include:

  • lung disease, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, cervical cancer, pregnancy complications
  • Females can experience early menopause, osteoporosis, cervical cancer, decreased fertility and pregnancy complications
  • Males may experience low penile blood pressure which may contribute to impotence.

Quitting can be hard due to nicotine addiction. You can also experience other withdrawal symptoms such as nervousness, irritability, headache, tremors, and disrupted sleep.

How do you get past this? Proper supplementation and diet can help to control these symptoms, getting you back to normal in no time.

Here are some of our suggestions:


  • Smokers cleanse kit – this is a three-part program that contains herbs, vitamins and amino acids aimed at respiratory system cleanse and support, reducing cravings and stress relieving.
  • Total lung therapy – Helps to expel mucous from deep in the respiratory system, sooth and heal the inflamed tissues as well as protecting and strengthening the system.
  • Antioxidants e.g. Coenzyme Q10, grape seed extract, N-Acetyl cysteine (NAC.) These protect the system against the oxidative stress and improve circulation and oxygenation of tissues. They also help to repair lungs and the other damaged cells.
  • A potent multivitamin and mineral complex which provides important nutrients such as Vitamin C which is depleted by smoking and Vitamin B3 which helps to lessen the cravings.


  • Peppermint, lavender and orange essential oils – they can help to fight the urge to smoke and can reduce headaches associated with nicotine withdrawal.


  • Consume more fruits and vegetables to get all the beneficial nutrients you need such as vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
  • Consume more cayenne and ginger- cayenne helps to desensitize respiratory tract cells to irritants from cigarette smoke.
  • Consume more onions and garlic as they contain nutrients that help in detoxifying harmful substances from the body and can boost the immune system.
  • Consume herbal teas that help in blood cleansing, relaxation and general well-being.
  • Consume nuts and seeds that have nutrients with nerve-calming properties.

To find out more or get the support you need, talk to one of our in-store nutritionists today and don’t forget to #LiveLifeWell

By admin September 24, 2020

Natural versus Synthetic Supplements

At Healthy U, we pride ourselves in having the largest and most extensive range of natural and high quality supplements in Kenya.

What does this mean however? Aren’t all supplements created the same?

When it comes to supplements, you have two basic options, natural or naturally derived supplements, and synthetic ones.

Although some may argue these are the same, there are some fundamental differences between the two.

Synthetic vitamins and minerals are processed in a laboratory, and these synthetic supplements contain little or no natural ingredients.

Whilst sometimes these may be cheaper in price, the benefits may be limited as your body (probably) does not absorb synthetic supplements in the same way that your body would absorb natural supplements.

Although they can be effective, when given the choice, we would always recommend going for a natural supplement.

Naturally derived vitamins and minerals come  from plants. We leave nature to do the creation of these supplements, but they are only manufactured, not produced, in a laboratory for sterile purposes.

Natural supplements are as close to nature as you can get without eating the actual plant. Natural supplements, or high quality naturally derived ones, allow you to ingest concentrated amounts of vitamins and minerals. They also allow you to get vitamins and minerals from plant foods that you may not have access to, from faraway places.

With natural supplements, you are directly harnessing the power of plants, and all their wonderful and magical properties.

With the essence of nature captured in our high quality range of supplements, you know you are getting the best.

At Healthy U, we therefore believe in quality. Your body can tell the difference, even if a microscope can’t.

By admin January 14, 2021


According to several studies, 48%* of New Year’s Resolutions included weight loss. Are you one of them? If you are, we want to make sure you stick to your resolution past February 1st , and here’s how:

They say if you give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day, teach him to cook, and he will eat for a lifetime. Mindful Eating means no more crash dieting, self-deprivation or starvation, it means having a healthy, meaningful and mindful relationship with food. It’s all about building the right tools to help you lose the weight and keep it off.

Mindful eating is about being present and aware of what you’re eating while you’re eating. You are paying attention to your food, appreciating it, and enjoying the experience of eating it. Through mindful eating, you gain techniques to help control your eating habits, as well as ways to help heal eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and various food-related behaviours.

How to practice mindful eating:

  • Eat slowly and without distractions
  • Eat only when you are hungry, and stop when you are full
  • Identify true hunger and non-hunger triggers for eating (e.g. emotional eating)
  • Notice colors, smells, sounds, textures, and flavors
  • Try to understand your anxiety about food
  • Notice the effects food has on your feelings
  • Be thankful and appreciative of your food as you eat

Make your resolutions focused on the right goals!

Be mindful of your goals.
By changing your focus to overall goals such as wellness, weight loss can (and most likely will) still by a by-product but with other more satisfactory benefits. These benefits can include having more energy, increased stamina, and better sleep.
By just focusing your goals on weight loss, there might be too much attention on food and body image. This is a negative relationship that can lead to cycles of overeating/undereating, crash dieting, and creates a negative perception of food.

Try shifting to a healthier lifestyle, with different goals that are more satisfactory, such as;

    • eating more plants,
    • getting enough sleep,
    • drinking more water,
    • consuming less sugar and processed foods,
    • exercising 4-5 times a week, etc

Health Tips

  • Plant based diets are an immediate way to have low calorie but high nutrient meals and snacks.
    • Get all your favourite foods, but plant-based from our online store here
  • Gluten-free options can leave you feeling less bloated and tired after you eat
    • Try out gluten-free baking for healthier at home treats
    • Swap to ancient grains (such as spelt and rye) for more gut friendly options
  • Instead of candy and chocolate, try out energy bars and protein bars for a mid-day boost.
  • Instead of soda, try out healthier low-sugar alternatives such as cordials, kombucha, and other flavoured sparkling drinks.
  • Supplement with a daily multivitamin for an immediate health kick

With mindful practises and mindful eating, you may end up with resolutions that become part of your lifestyle.
As always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us to speak to qualified nutritionists and experts on these topics.

Happy Being Mindful!

*2019 Study conducted by YouGov UK.

By admin July 21, 2020

Men’s Health – Ageing Gracefully

Age is inevitable. Despite the fact that it gets a bad reputation, aging does not need to be a dreadful process.  At Healthy U, we want to support the lifestyles and habits that makes you a man that is more distinguished with age.

Aging gracefully was something that was thought of as just traditionally for women, but we also support our men looking great too!  In this short guide, we highlight the key points that might help remind you to take care of yourself.


Looking after you skin should be just as important with men! Keep your routine short but effective!


  • You want to keep your skin looking fresh and subtle throughout the years. Simple moisturisers or oils such as rosehip oil are a skin lifetime saver!


  • Did you know that 90% of skin aging comes from UV rays from the sun? Keep your skin looking younger for longer by using a sunscreen everyday!
  • We recommend our natural sunscreens that are free of harsh chemicals, and environmentally friendly.

Hair and Head

Afraid of hair AND/OR memory loss?

Take care of your hair with;

  • Multivitamins! In an easy and efficient way, make sure that you are getting all your essential vitamins and minerals through a simple once-a-day multivitamin. We recommend Irwin’s Living Green Liquid Gel Multi-Vitamin. This product has a breakthrough formula which combines over 70 nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

Take care of your memory with;

  • Omega-3’s! These fats are important for overall health and have been shown to lower the risk of heart disease, reduce inflammation, relieve stress and anxiety, and slow mental decline. Therefore, make sure to cover your bases with this supplement! Omega-3’s are also great for mitigating anxiety and depression.


Under body, we shall highlight main concerns with the gut, blood sugar and pressure.

With Blood sugar:

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