National BBQ Week 2020 This week is National BBQ Week, which was set up more than two decades ago to help increase barbecue activity throughout the UK and to get people thinking about getting BBQ-ready in early summer. #NationalBBQWeek This is the 24th national BBQ week, but of course, this year is different. We are
Nutrition and Hydration Week was launched in March 2012 and its primary aim is to educate people on the value of food and drink in maintaining health and wellbeing, particularly in the health and social care setting. #nutritionandhydrationweek To show our support, we put together seven days of tips focusing on nutrition and hydration for
How you (and the microbiome) can help to support somebody with an eating disorder This week (2-8 March 2020) is Eating Disorder Awareness Week (EDAW) in the UK – an international awareness event designed to fight the myths and misunderstandings around eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder and EDNOS (eating disorder not otherwise specified).
Snack ideas for kids With the kids off school for the next couple of weeks and the cold, wet weather keeping us indoors for much of the time, it can begin to feel that our children are constantly saying things like ‘I’m hungry/starving/dying’, ‘what’s for lunch/dinner/food?’, ‘what can I eat?’ and similar requests for food!
How to avoid hangover gut rot Today is the second Black Friday of the year – only this one has nothing to do with shopping and everything to do with alcohol. If you are planning on hitting the town tonight and partying to the max, here are some tips that might help to support your
Christmas food choices Many of us will have already eaten a Christmas dinner or two, complete with a starter, Christmas pudding with cream or brandy butter and perhaps mince pies, cheese, and biscuits and if we are lucky, some after-dinner chocolates…and don’t forget the bread roll with butter on the side. We may also have
A warming gut-friendly recipe for Bonfire Night. Pumpkin, butternut squash and sweet potatoes all contain high levels of fibre, which supports healthy digestion, and provide lots of beta carotene (vitamin A), which supports the structure of skin and other body membranes (including the gut wall). Ginger, coriander and turmeric are all anti-inflammatory spices that also
Worst foods for your gut exposed Digestive health is critical to the health of your whole body – from your brain to your skin, your immunity to your weight. And of course, not forgetting digestive symptoms themselves – bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, acid reflux, indigestion… But what can you do every day to support your digestive
Vegan buckwheat pancakes recipe For #worldveganday, we wanted to share this easy vegan breakfast pancake recipe. As well as being vegan, the pancakes are also gluten and dairy-free – buckwheat is a gluten-free grain. The ground flaxseed adds extra fibre, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids. The recipe makes around 10 pancakes. Ingredients 200g buckwheat flour
National Chocolate Week 2019 This week, October 14th-20th is National Chocolate Week here in the UK and as we love chocolate here at ProVen, we thought we’d bring you some health-related chocolate facts to help make you feel better about your chocolate consumption. Cocoa has been shown to increase the levels of friendly bacteria in the