Ah, Autumn, the season of change and renewal! September and October can feel like challenging months in many unexpected ways. However, as the weather adapts during this time of year, at Birch & Wilde we love to take lessons from nature, as we realign ourselves with what autumn can really bring for our wellbeing.
So, if you’re feeling the autumnal dread, read on to find out how best to help you re-balance and adjust so that you can enjoy autumn and feel much more at ease in yourself.
Some of us love the idea of aging. The thought of stepping more into a beautiful wisdom and confidence can feel exciting and liberating. Who wants all the drama of youth, anyway?! And yet, on the flip side, for so many of us, it can seem really daunting to feel as if time is slipping away and taking its toll on how we look, our physical ability and our brain power. We can often flit between the two different thoughts in almost the same moment!
In our ‘Supplement Focus’ at Birch and Wilde, we hone in on specific supplements so that you know exactly what they do, why you need them, and how they benefit your wellbeing. If you’re new to supplementing you might not have heard of Selenium, as it’s one of the lesser known minerals. However, being low in Selenium can have quite a negative impact on your wellbeing, so it’s an important one too!
Vitamin D is so important for you: you oftenknowit in the back of your mind, you often feel it in your bones, in your energy levels dipping or in low immunity, but you don’t really do anything about it. However, did you know that this ‘knowing’ about Vitamin D is actually backed by scientific fact? So why should you be taking Vitamin D?
Hyaluronic Acid offers remarkable benefits for your wellbeing and confidence, from joint pain relief and repair, to sparkling skin and eyes. Awareness of this natural carbohydrate has been around for years with scientific studies pre-dating 1947. Hyaluronic Acid has lived within us forever as an important part of our very structure.
Although there are many collagen supplements available, not all collagens are created equal. Hydrolysed marine collagen comes from the skin and scales of saltwater fish. It is well documented that this type of collagen (over bovine, other animal sources, or non-hydrolysed versions) provides the most efficient, easy-to-digest collagen for health uses.