• National Eye Week reports that half of all sight loss is avoidable

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    This week is National Eye Health Week.  According to Vision Matters, the organisers of Eye Health Week,  half of the 2 million cases of people suffering with sight loss in the UK, are avoidable.

    A sight test can detect early signs of conditions like glaucoma, which can be treated if found soon enough. During a sight test, other health conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure may be detected.

    Key to maintaining healthy vision, are regular eye tests and a healthy diet. Yet, awareness of the link between diet and good eye health is low – a recent survey found 60% of people living in the UK had no idea that what they eat can affect the health of their eyes.

    Here is our run down of top foods to eat to maintain healthy vision.

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  • Turmeric Powered Triathlete heads to World Triathlon Grand Final


    Triathlete Jane Paterson-Todd is heading to the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Rotterdam with her own spicy tonic for success, turmeric!

    Jane, from Newmarket has qualified for the end of season spectacular, which will feature leading athletes such as Jonny Brownlee, of the gold medal winning Brownlee brothers.

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  • We put our KRILL OIL to the test

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    We know that our KRILL OIL contains the most omega 3 of any supplement available to buy in the world.  On paper that is undeniable. But what about the things our customers really want to know; how much of it is actually absorbed into the body? How quickly does it work? And what results could we expect to see in eight weeks.

    Armed with some harsh critics (the FutureYou team), some blood test kits and an eight week supply of FutureYou KRILL OIL, we put our product to the test.

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  • Exercises to improve posture and aid lower back complaints

    banner yoga 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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  • NEW: Introducing our latest product - Vision+

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    We are proud to announce the launch of VISION+, the latest addition to the FutureYou range.

    VISION+ from FutureYou contains a patented combination of ingredients formulated to support eye health and maintain normal vision.

    To celebrate, for a limited time we are offering you £5 off your first pack. Read more to find out how.

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  • You are what you eat this Digestive Health Day

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    This week welcomed National Digestive Health Day, where we are all encouraged to consider what small steps we can take to improve our digestive health.

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  • Turmeric makes gardening easy kneesy for Dawn



    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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  • Doctors set a World Record on their Epic Rowing Charity Challenge

    In April, Doctors Ted Welman and Jack Faulkner left the coast of Western Australia on their 84 day expedition to Port Louis, Mauritius.  They aimed to become one of only 20 boats to have completed the challenge.  Not only that, but they had aspirations of becoming the fastest.
    The young Doctors spent nearly 3 months at sea, burning 8000 calories per day and rowing in 2 hour shifts, 24 hours a day for the duration of the crossing. The grueling schedule will saw them battle sleep deprivation, hurricane force winds and 50 ft waves! The Doctor's took Turmeric+ throughout the journey to aid their recovery and help them along the way.
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  • Top tips for making small steps toward a big difference


    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.  Continue reading

  • National Walking Month: Top 8 reasons to walk for 20 minutes a day


    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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