Talking detox before intoxication may seem an odd way to look after our bodies but with Christmas almost upon us we can be sure that many people will already have indulged in a helping of Christmas spirits and mince pies, and be headed for a few weeks of casting aside their diets in the hope of starting again in the New Year. In order to be ready for the fun come February, with lighter evening, Spring sunshine and St. Valentine on the horizon, January is a good month to reassess your diet and detox from December.
At Your Source Today we are getting 'Fabulous for February' with a month long detox and revitalising diet throughout January - and to kick off the month we will be following an energy boost programme with the help of the ilumi Boost Your Energy Diet. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, all specially designed to boost your energy levels and help give you a much-needed lift to ward off those January blues.
It's that festive time of year again, when trying to find a perfect Christmas present is essential. So what do you get your gym going, health conscious friend or family member, who really cares about their diet or weight? The ideal gift this year could be the Nutribullet. Simply because the Nutribullet is unlike any other juicer or blender they would have used before. It is an extractor. It creates delicious Nutriblast™ drinks in moments. And it completely blending almost any food.
If you are seeking Christmas inspiration for something that's a little bit unusual, take a look at the range of home furnishing and accessories from prison charity Fine Cell Work. Comfy cushions with bon mots such as 'The best thing to hold onto in life is each other' or the festive pineapple design are the latest additions to the extensive range. Little robins make charming decorations and stocking fillers. and for cool customers, the 'Swag' and 'Jailbird' cotton shoppers are witty and useful. Whether traditional or contemporary, there are designs for every taste, style and budget.
The interest in Swedish food is on the rise in the UK, with TotallySwedish, one of the leading retailers for Swedish groceries in the UK, seeing a big increase in Brits visiting their two London stores. Swedish chef Niklas Lindblad from pig farm Nibble Gårdsgris i the Västmanland region of Sweden will be visiting the TotallySwedish store on 32 Crawford Street this week in the afternoon of Thursday 21st November, as well as both afternoons this coming weekend from Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November 2013.
Formerly known as Gingko Eco Electronics, Ginko Electronics was founded in 2011 by Paul Sun with the objective of designing, manufacturing and selling high-class eco-friendly, stylish, functional and unique quality LED products for home and design-led gifts. Fascinated by time and with a passion for clocks Ginko think time can be smart, stylish, simple yet still functional - which inspired them to design their LED Click Clocks range.