In today’s fast moving society, we all want information immediately and when it comes to looking for advice on topics like healthy eating, training or dieting, we expect to find what we want, when we need it. One way of getting the information you need, when you need it, is by using one of the most popular social media channels on the web today – Twitter. Twitter has become a really valuable source of information in recent years and following the right accounts on Twitter can really help you keep on top of things like healthy eating tips, the latest diet plans, training ideas and new recipes for you to try in your home. Twitter is real time information at its best and if you are a regular user of Twitter, here are 7 accounts we recommend you start following.
One way to improve concentration levels and reduce tiredness is by providing your body with the right sources of energy. This means eating foods that can provide an energy boost to your body, helping you last longer throughout the day. Depending on your daily routine, some individuals will need to provide their bodies with more energy than others. Below we look at 10 foods that will really help provide a boost of energy to your body in 2014.
Seeds may be tiny in size but they are huge when it comes to the benefits they can bring to your body. Seeds are packed with many valuable nutrients that our bodies need and when added to meals they can taste great.
We often talk about the great benefits of having flaxseed in your diet but did you know that it is also an extremely versatile ingredient and can be consumed in three ways - ground (or milled), whole or as an oil. This often results in the following question - what is the best way to eat flaxseed? Well, when it comes to eating flaxseed, most people will opt for a milled or whole form of the seed, as the oil (also known as linseed oil) is best used in cooking in place of oils like sunflower and olive oil. So with this in mind, we thought we would take a look at the differences in ground flaxseed and whole flax seed.
For many of us, feeling good on the inside can often help us feel better on the outside. The most important thing to helping you feel good on the inside is the food and drink that you are actually putting into your body.
Different foods can have a different impact on how we feel throughout the day, with things like high sugar foods providing an instant energy boost but high protein and high carbohydrate based foods, providing you with a more sustained source of energy throughout the day.
We often get asked by our great customers, what is the best way to eat Linwoods seeds? With so many ways to consume our products, it's hard to give one definitive answer; so we thought we'd give you 12. In our latest blog post we take a look at how our range of super seeds can help you at breakfast, lunch and dinner as we look at 12 ways to enjoy Linwoods throughout the day.
This week in our blog we are going to look at the BIG benefits of the flaxseed. While it may be tiny in stature it is certainly large on goodness and can provide your body with so many great nutrients. Flaxseed oil and flaxseed seeds are starting to make their way into many kitchen cupboards, and it’s easy to see why.
Many of us do not get enough physical activity on a weekly basis. Whether it’s due to the darker nights and colder weather, your job or looking after the kids, it’s often easier to find excuses not to train than it is to find reasons to get started. Adults are advised to get 150 minutes of physical exercise each week. One of the easiest ways to try and ensure you get this is by splitting your 150 minutes into five 30 minute sessions. It’s also important to ensure you are eating the right foods while exercising as your body needs to be able to perform and recover during any exercise session.
You’ve probably heard many people say that it’s important to have fiber in your diet. Have you ever wondered why?
While it’s good to know that we need fiber, many of us don’t understand where fiber comes from and just why it is so important. In this latest blog article we are going to look at why fiber is such an important part of a balanced diet and where it comes from.
In our latest Linwoods product blog we are going to take a look at our milled flaxseed, cocoa strawberries and blueberries. The addition of cocoa and mixed berries to our traditional milled organic flaxseed produces a tasty blend to support a healthy balanced diet and active lifestyle.