Health Drinks to adopt for National Obesity Week
January is a month of resolutions. Resolutions made in the hope of change. The change of bad habits to good ones.
This week, National Obesity Week kicks off an initiative led by the National Obesity Forum, an independent organisation of medical practitioners, to promote healthy living and encourage the UK to be that little bit healthier.
With 1 in 4 adults and 20% of children leaving primary school all considered obese, and with numbers expected to rise for the former to above 50% by 2050, the campaign for encouraging the UK to adopt a national New Year’s resolution and improve the nation’s health seems to be more important today than ever before.
To this end, we’ll be doing our bit to encourage you and your family make those small changes and help you on your way by bringing you a selection of healthy foods for five different food categories over the course of this week.
So let’s “Do something good for JanUary”, and incorporate some of these health drinks into our lifestyle:
1. Mello Drinks
Mello juices was conceived by the determination to create something better. Possible by refining one of the most advanced food technologies available today. Mello embodies the raw healthy goodness of melon, in a bottle.
With absolutely no additives or preservatives. Its natural characteristics sets a precedent, not just for what is possible but for what we should expect from the drinks market.
2. Jools Drinks
The concept of Jools was born in 2012, during a trip to South East Asia: combining different flavours in a unique way.
After 2 years of hard work, they came up with their unique Jools Pearl Technology called spherification that’s made from edible seaweed grown in the Pacific Ocean, and which allows the juices, vitamins and all things good to keep intact, until you pop them in your mouth.
The healthy wisdom of their Nordic super berries has been passed down the generations in Finland and has been backed with several scientific studies.
Finnberry is the exclusive distributor of the biokia berry range in the UK, and offer a selection of natural wild lingonberry, bilberry, sea buckthorn and cranberry products through the Finnberry UK online store and selected retailers.
According to the drink’s founder, James Shillcock, “Sugar in energy drinks is proven to negatively impact the brain; Vivid provides the alternative.”
Matcha is “pure, high-grade green tea leaves” that have been picked and ground into a fine powder.This powder is blended straight into the drinks to give the nutritional benefits in a highly concentrated form.
Green tea is the only dietary source of L-theanine. It is found in its highest doses in Matcha.