Summer is the perfect time to enjoy seasonal fruits and vegetables. They are both healthy and delicious! Here are some examples:
Eat the fruits as they are or prepare colourful fruit salads, smoothies or healthy home-made “nice cream”. Nice Cream is healthy, vegan ice cream made with frozen bananas only.
Tip: Nice cream requires only 2 ingredients: Frozen bananas and the fruit/berries of your choice. Just mix the ingredients in a blender and enjoy!
Exposure to sunlight is the single biggest culprit in aging skin. Besides that too much-unprotected exposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause skin damage and even skin cancer.
Remember these tips to keep your skin healthy and glowing:
Now you might wonder: Why Beta Carotene?
Our supplement allows you to be sun safe without compromising on a bronzed complexion! Utilizing the yellow and orange pigments of this natural carotenoid, our Beta Carotene formula can enhance your skin’s radiance and help you achieve a bronzed complexion without the risks that are involved in excess tanning. Find out more about our Beta Carotene here.
Just because the temperatures are rising doesn't mean that you have to give up your training program completely. Take a bike ride, discover new outdoor sports or try Zumba in the park - there are countless ways to have fun and get fit at the same time.
Headaches, lethargy, and irritability are typical signs of dehydration.
Water is even more essential when you are physically active as dehydration can lead to muscle cramps and fatigue
Dehydration and heat stroke are two very common heat-related diseases that can be easily prevented with the right measures.
Remember to drink plenty of water throughout the day, Other good substitutes are coconut water, lemon water, fresh buttermilk, clear soup or fruit juices (without sugar) once in a while to keep up your electrolyte levels.
Swimming is probably one of the most refreshing ways to spend hot summer days. No matter if you are on holiday or at home - usually there are plenty of places for swimming.
Swimming is an excellent way to strengthen muscles, build up stamina, and burn calories. Swimming promotes blood circulation in the legs, strengthens the immune system, and is easy on the joints.
Like other outdoor sports, swimming is considered safe in Corona times, as long as distance rules are observed. That said nothing stands in the way of jumping into the cool water!
Remember: After swimming in swimming pools or the sea, the body should always be rinsed with water to remove chlorine or salt. After the shower, the skin should be treated with a body lotion or other moisturizing skincare product.
"There should be effective supplements on the international market that are as pure as Nordic nature!" This was the thought of Otso Kääriäinen, founder & CEO of AAVALABS, when he decided to start the company together with his parents 10 years ago.
Otso comes from Finland and grew up with the mindset that nature provides us with all the ingredients we need to promote our well-being. With this strong belief, he built AAVALABS together with his parents and started to develop pure and fresh supplements.
Learn more about the story behind AAVALABS and how Otso made his vision come true!
It' s small, green and nutrient-rich. What are we talking about?
Exactly! About the super algae chlorella!
Have you ever heard of chlorella? But do you really know what it is?
In today's article, we want to give the algae the attention it deserves! We'll clarify what chlorella actually is, how it grows and what benefits it can bring us.
Are you ready for more GREEN in your life? Then let's get started!
Did your parents or grandparents also take cod liver oil? They sure did! Fishy, oily, greasy - simply disgusting! Whole generations grew up with this penetrating taste of cod liver oil until it finally disappeared from the shelves. Cod liver oil is a great source of omega 3 but nowadays, taking supplements with omega-3 essential fatty acids EPA is clearly the more pleasant way to go.
Omega-3 fatty acids are found mainly in marine fish and algae and are a vital part of the human diet. They regulate important bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart rate or the immune system and are found as a component of nerve cells, especially in the brain and retina. The two most important omega-3 fatty acids are eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), both obtained mainly from fish oils and marine algae. To be able to integrate these fatty acids into supplements, they must first be extracted using complex processes.