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World Vegan Day - what is veganism and is it healthy? - ProVen Probiotics

World Vegan Day – what is veganism and is it healthy?

Happy World Vegan Day Sunday, November 1st, was the national celebration of Vegan awareness, World Vegan Day. As more people become interested in veganism, we have compiled a list of some frequently asked questions around this way of eating, along with some helpful tips with regard to the most healthful food and supplement options. What

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Pumpkin gut health benefits and facts - ProVen Probiotics

Pumpkins – fun facts and benefits for your gut

Pumpkin Gut Health Benefits Whether you’re a fan of pumpkin pie or pumpkin soup, pumpkins are much more than a Halloween ‘Jack-o-lantern’!  Here are 10 fun facts about pumpkins to share with your friends: Pumpkins originated in Mexico and date back to 7000BCPumpkins are fruits as they have edible seeds on the inside – scoop

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Happy Apple Day - 20 Facts - ProVen

Happy Apple Day

October is Apple Day – started in 1990 as a simple celebration of the apple and now a national event in the UK. We thought it was a good day to bring you 20 fun facts to celebrate this humble fruit. #appleday There are over 3,500 varieties of apples in the UK There are 8,000

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Go Sober for October challenge - Pro-Ven Probiotics

Go Sober For October

As its Go Sober For October month, we thought we would highlight the impact that alcohol has on gut health and the microbiome. Excessive use of alcohol is now a global problem, causing a variety of harmful effects on health. An estimated 2 billion people worldwide drink alcohol every day and around 70 million people

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Healthy taco recipe from ProVen Probiotics

Healthy taco recipe

It’s National Taco Day! Ingredients:• 1 cup brown rice• 2 tablespoons olive oil• 400g minced beef/turkey• 1 can black beans, drained and rinsed• 1 can sweet corn, drained• 3 Roma tomatoes, diced• 2 avocados Taco Seasoning:• 1 tablespoon chili powder• ¼ teaspoon garlic powder• ¼ teaspoon onion powder• ¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes• ¼

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World veggie day on 1st October - ProVen

World Veggie Day

Today (1st October) is World Vegetarian Day, also known as world veggie day and, whilst we might not want to become a full-time vegetarian. eating meat-free one or two days each week can help to broaden our vegetable intake. Vegetables are a great way to add fibre to our diet to support our gut health

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British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating week

British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating Week

Healthy Eating Week With a myriad of resources and a variety of authorities defining what comprises a healthy diet, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the information. The healthy eating week is an initiative by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) to promote healthy eating habits to support mental, emotional and physical well-being. The BNF is

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National BBQ Week 25th-31stMay 2020 - ProVen

National BBQ Week 25th-31st May 2020

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

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Nutrition and Hydration Week – 7 Tips for Health | ProVen

Nutrition and Hydration Week – Seven Key Tips for Health

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

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Snack ideas to keep the kids happy through the holiday 2019

Snack ideas to keep the kids happy through the Christmas holiday

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!

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