Fancy a bite of clay?

Iron deficiency is ranked the world’s #1 nutrient deficiency. What does this have to do with eating clay? Keep reading, it will all make sense soon 😉 Why is iron so important? A significant function of iron is growth, most notably required in the early stages of life, from foetal growth through to adolescence. It... Continue Reading →

Please don’t take my sunshine away

Our sun is where 80% of the body’s vitamin D comes from. Just five to 10 minutes in the midday sun most days of the week helps the body to maintain sufficient vitamin D nutrition. The time of exposure also depends on the colour tone of your skin, for e.g. light skin tones require more... Continue Reading →

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