National ‘Nothing’ Day
January 12, 2018 Simon Kornbluth

January 16th is National ‘Nothing’ Day.

This day is literally about doing nothing at all, which is not a bad thing considering that we often lead such stressful lives. During stressful times it is important to take some time out and be kind to yourself, eat well, rest and sleep, allowing your body to recover.

Chronic (long -term) stress has been linked to the body storing fat around the middle area (stomach) therefore often stress management may be the most significant way to help aid weight loss. Managing stress levels as well as consuming a nutritious diet and/or taking supplements my help to support the immune system as well as minimise the negative effects such as weight gain during stressful periods.

Consider increasing intakes of fruit and vegetables each day and focus on foods containing:

B Vitamins – Bananas, leafy green vegetables, avocados, nuts, seeds and also meat, fish and dairy products to help support your energy levels.

Vitamin C – Oranges, tomatoes, peppers, kiwi fruit, leafy green vegetables, broccoli are rich in Vitamin C, important in supporting the adrenal glands, which contain the largest store of vitamin C in the body.

Magnesium – Nuts, leafy green vegetables, whole grains, especially oats, brown rice and beans are good sources. You can also take a relaxing bath with Epsom salts as these contain magnesium that can be absorbed through your skin, which can help to relax muscles and reduce anxiety.

Reduce – Caffeine, alcohol, sugar and salt and smoking as these put stress on the adrenal glands, and strip the body of essential nutrients.

Increase – exercise, even gentle exercise can help reduce stress levels, including Yoga and tai chi, swimming, breathing exercises, meditation may also help reduce stress. Taking time out just to relax can help you manage your stress more effectively.

Sleep – Getting sufficient and quality sleep, whilst eating healthier and avoiding excessive caffeine may help you sleep well and for longer periods.



Hi Honey – Manuka honey has been proven to have some amazing health benefits. Health and great taste come together in this unique hamper. The gift basket is bursting with honey from teas, soap, lozenges and the honey itself. You will receive the softest, cutest bear with your purchase we called it Beryl but feel free to rename when it arrives…

LComvita Manuka Honey Lozenges with Propolis Honey and Lemon, 12 Lozenges.
Manuka Honey Soap 100g – Hypoallergenic Fragrance Free Soap.
Pukka Herbs – Lemon, Ginger & Manuka Honey Tea – 20 sachets Tea Bags
Comvita MGO* 83 Manuka Honey UMF 5+ 250g
Free Cuddly Teddy Bear.

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We have put together the ultimate relaxing and rewarding hamper for you or your loved one. In this all encompassing hamper you will find something for your skin, bath, hands and face. Relax like never before. Go on, you know you’re worth it…

Avalon Organics Rejuvenating Rosemary Glycerin Hand Soap 355ml

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Body Scrub Sea Salt 411g

Good Health Naturally Ancient Magnesium Bath Flakes 750g

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Detox Sheet Mask Anti-Pollution Volcanic Clay

Alba Botanica Camu Camu Anti-Wrinkle Sheet Mask

What's in our healthy hampers



With 165 million cups of tea being drunk daily and £483 million spent annually in Britain on nuts, we have combined the two creating a one of a kind hamper with nuts to tantalize your taste buds and some of the most refreshing teas to wash them down with a mug you’ll be proud to keep out and keep refilling.

Organic Raw Vegan Activated Hazelnut Nut Butter
Salus Fennel Tea – 15 Tea Bags.
Pukka Herbs Cleanse Tea – 20 sachet Tea Bags
Heath and Heather Organic Green Tea & Ginger 20 Teabags
Lifeforce Organics Activated Live Trail Mix Bombay Style (Organic) 125g
Lifeforce Organics Activated Mixed Nuts Sweet & Spicy (Organic) 125g​

Free Mug

What's in our healthy hampers