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How to run events with Well-Defined

Tell us more about Well Defined: We started Well Defined to help bring the wellness industry to life, helping translate all the passion for wellness that we all see on social media, into engaging live events and experiences, and helping…

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A Local Guide to LDN

One thing I often get asked by friends abroad, is for a list of recommendations of some of the fun, quirky and less touristy attractions in town. Here’s how to eat, drink and dance your way around the capital, according…

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Meet Elyse, founder of FlyKick

Tell us a little about your background and your role within FLYKICK? Before starting a career in health and wellness, I was working as a designer in Canada, and found that any free time I had I was in the…

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Stoptober: Herbs, CBD, CBT & Tobacco

The month of ‘Stoptober’ – a Public Health campaign that encourages smokers to give up for 28 days of the month, apparently making them five times more likely to quit. However going cold turkey doesn’t always work for everyone. Here…

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Meet Serena, founder of the Good Zing well-being platform

Tell us a little about your background and your role within Good Zing? I am the Founder of Good Zing, currently the fastest growing health and wellbeing platform in the UK. We are a user-generated content platform that engages with…

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Skincare Saviours ’18

During London Fashion Week (something I’m not heavily involved in given the state of my highly comfy-looking wardrobe), while most people are lusting over the clothes, I find myself admiring the parade of youthful and dewy complexions on show, along…

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Balinese Jamu : An Indonesian Health Tonic

Forgotten Spices of the Archipelago ‘Jamu’ is most commonly found on the backs of traditional Kain Kebaya-wearing Javenese women. Transported via bamboo baskets, these young-middle aged women travel from villages to towns throughout Indonesia, shifting supplies of their local medical…

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Cotton, Cashmere & Chemicals: A guide to clothing labels

Clothing materials – what they mean, where they come from, are they ethical and will they be kind to your skin? Fast fashion, slow fashion – it can be difficult to keep up with the speed at which the fashion…

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Probiotic skincare: a waste of money?

2018 cannot get enough of bacteria. The microscopic trend has seen them added to our drinks, our fermented foods and now even our face creams. Aren’t bacteria bad for you – what are probiotics? The yin and yang of the…

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Top 10 co-working on a budget

The perfect half-way house between the comforts of home alongside the networking, interaction and efficiency of a startup office, London houses some of the quirkiest and most spacious co-working venues in the UK. However rents are high and office space…

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Meet Dr Michelle Braude, founder of The Food Effect

I first contacted Michelle a couple of years ago, whilst I was a student at university. A few google searches had led me to her site and I wanted to ask so many questions about the business she founded @thefoodeffectdr. She…

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