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  • How turmeric helped Roz stay active

    We’ve been keeping an eye out recently for exciting stories from our customers, so we were delighted to talk to Roz Palmer, a Cambridgeshire local who had a fantastic experience with Turmeric+.

    In fact, we were so happy after hearing her story that we thought you should hear it too!

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  • Want to train harder? Try turmeric

    Research has shown a new benefit for turmeric, the wonder spice commonly used to flavour popular curries – it’s giving elite and amateur athletes an edge over the competition.

    For a long time, it has been known that turmeric contains curcumin, which helps the body in several ways. TURMERIC+ is an especially effective supplement, combining turmeric and vitamin C to assist with collagen formation to support cartilage function.

    Now we know that curcumin also helps with normal muscle function after high intensity exercise.

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  • Anne's Story: see how TURMERIC+ helped Anne pursue her passions

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    When your passions in life revolve around being active, looking after yourself becomes vitally important, especially as we get older. This is how dressage and fitness enthusiast Anne Evans came to discover the power of turmeric.

    Anne, aged 57, from Cirencester, has been riding horses for 20 years and has a keen interest in gardening. Despite leading an active lifestyle, she began to find her joints were not quite what they used to be.

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  • Exercises to improve posture and aid lower back complaints

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    Dietary supplements are a great way to boost your nutrition.  However, they must always be used alongside a healthy lifestyle, diet and exercise.  This is often easier said than done if you are suffering from joint issues or lower back pain.

    Fenella Lindsell, an instructor from a busy yoga practice in London, walks us through an easy and accessible video yoga sequence which helps to reduce symptoms and discomfort from back pain.

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  • Turmeric makes gardening easy kneesy for Dawn

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    As every keen gardener knows, kneeling down is part and parcel of the job, so it is essential to be able to comfortably bend your knees.

    Being an enthusiastic horticulturist, it is only fitting that Dawn Schier has discovered the power of turmeric, a root spice that is commonly grown in southern India.

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  • Top tips for making small steps toward a big difference

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    So, we've explained how walking is incredibly good for your health. It can aid your heart and brain as well as helping you maintain a healthy weight. Let's also not forget that it's really enjoyable. Not only do you get out and about, it can be used as a great social activity. Here are our top tips for enjoying a stroll in the great outdoors. 
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  • National Walking Month: Top 8 reasons to walk for 20 minutes a day

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    Walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise that’s easy, free and available to everyone. Not only can it do amazing things for your health, it can be a great social activity too. Here is why we at FutureYou are getting behind National Walking Month.

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  • Revitalise and Detox for the New Year

    As we enter another new year, we reflect on the past and look ahead as to how we might make this year better than last year. By setting resolutions and goals we attempt to re-programme our lives and detox after after a period of festivity and excess.

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  • Warming Winter Wake-Up

    Yoga is for everyone, it’s versatile, adaptable and suitable for all age groups. You don’t need to be naturally flexible, and most people don’t fit that category anyway, which is why yoga is such a good friend to take onwards in life!

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  • Unwind from Travel Tension

    If you’re taking off to a tropical destination this summer, sauntering into Europe, or holidaying closer to home, there’s a good chance you’ll be seated in a vehicle for an extended period of time.

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