Shabir And Trinny On The Best Supplements

Trinny and Shabir

If you find the world of supplements overwhelming then watching this 20 minute video will help. Shabir and Trinny explore the best supplements and explain what they’re good for and why you might benefit from taking them…

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December Newsletter

victoria health awards

Voila. It’s the last newsletter of the year, so hello and welcome to the VH Awards 2018. As ever, nobody has voted, which makes me happy for several different reasons, not least because I have no desire to bombard any of you with ‘vote for’ emails when you could be watching a box set, having a bath or be sleeping in bed.

The awards are based on facts, although I have allowed myself some creative license here and there. There are treats attached to some of the awards, but not all awards have products attached to them. Each of the awards given are representative of the journey throughout this year, which has been interesting for many different reasons. Life works in mysterious ways and I fully embrace that as we uphold the thing that matters most to us, namely helping to make a positive difference in all that we do.

So having declared to the VH Addicts that there wouldn’t be any more product launches this year, I eat my words once again. Here we are and here we go: Read More…

Addressing Menopausal Hair Loss

hair

It is completely natural to lose hair on a daily basis and on average it is thought that we lose between 50 and 100 hairs on a daily basis. However hair loss can be exacerbated as women approach the menopause with as many as forty percent of women being affected by this concern. When a woman starts to lose hair, it is particularly distressing as a woman’s hair is very much associated with her femininity.

What causes hair loss during the menopause?

There are a number of factors that may be attributed to hair loss during the menopause and beyond and I am briefly going to outline these below. Read More…

Give Toddlers Time For Motion

Green apple.

At a recent press launch I found myself in the middle of a group of mothers of youngish babies, all agitatedly discussing the problem of constipation in their little ones. They were very distressed about it so I asked GP and writer Dr Rob Hicks for advice. This is what he says:

‘Constipation in babies and children is common: about one in three parents report that their child has experienced constipation at some time. It need not mean not going to the loo at all. A person is constipated if they go less often than they would normally, produce less motion than normal – usually small hard dry pellets – or have to strain to go. Some babies and children normally go once a day, some more often, and others only a couple of times a week. Any of these patterns can be normal for that child. Read More…