You may have seen us mentioning Vitamin D just once or twice on social media recently! There are theories abounding that it is a magic prevention for Covid-19 and it’s getting more press attention than ever before. So, let’s explore the facts to give you the information you need to decide whether it’s worth taking a vitamin D supplement.
Take a look at the photo above of the lady working from home above. Do you recognise that pose? She’s sitting on a dining chair with her neck stretched forwards and she’s looking down towards the laptop screen. Her back is hunched over, and her shoulders are rounded forward. She’s clearly not happy about something, but at least she has a cup of coffee…
That’s how an old phrase goes and it’s true, in a one-week ski holiday, you may well find yourself going home a little less fit than when you arrived. After all there’s beer to drink and endless cheese-based food to eat while your away… and unless you’re super dedicated to the slopes you many find those long indulgent hot chocolate stops just too tempting to resist. So, with that in mind we recommend getting as fit as you can manage before you jet or drive off to the mountains.
So here we are, almost at the end of January 2020. How’s it all going? Most of us will have made some sort of plan or resolution at the beginning of the year to make a change to the way we live. If you did, you would certainly have had all the best intentions in the world: get more exercise, go vegan, spend less, drink less, pick up old friendships, reduce plastic, practice mindfulness… Sadly, a lot of these intentions may have already flown out of the window as we get back into the thick of commuting, meetings, emails, ferrying children around and weekly grocery shops.