The well-being of your body is determining the needs of vitamins and minerals you need, your sporting needs and you body running smoothly is our goal, yours improve yourself. READ MORE
The stress from our lifestyles, poor eating habits, and not to mention seasonal changes, all contribute to the appearance of problems derived from a weakened immune system. Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean medicine use mushroom varieties selected for their health benefits, especially their positive effect on the immune system and because they are available on the market as food supplements. The most noteworthy are Shiitake, Reishi and Maitake. READ MORE
Eating in excess, too quickly, stress eating or eating too many fatty foods can cause indigestion and constipation. Most disorders could be resolved by adopting certain preventative measures. READ MORE
The art of walking lies in feeling that we can dedicate time to ourselves and being stress-free. We can feel our body at every step of the way, and as we progress, we feel more agile, step by step, and realise that our muscles are releasing tension… This process helps us achieve stability and wellbeing day by day. READ MORE
Tea trees (Melaleuca alternifolia) naturally grow in Australia.
Tea tree oil has multiple uses, making it one of the most versatile oils. It can be used externally for hair and skin care, in aromatherapy, to clean the home and even care for our pets. READ MORE
With the arrival of spring comes instability, more hours of sunlight and more pleasant temperatures. This is a period of transition from the cold of winter to the heat of summer, but for many it represents an explosive mix of sudden temperature changes, blossoming plants and trees, and gradually longer days that invite you to spend more time outside.
Not only hay fever sufferers dread this season, a percentage of the population is also affected by what is known as spring fever. At MARNYS, we have what you need to enjoy this season with peace of mind. READ MORE
As its name suggests, breakfast is the time that we break our fast from the night before. That’s why it’s the fuel that ensures we start the day off well. People who don’t eat breakfast have higher cholesterol levels than people who regularly do, even if they follow a low-fat diet. It can also help control weight, because when you eat earlier in the morning, you have longer to lose weight and fat than if you eat later. READ MORE
For most people “fat” has a negative connotation. But not all fats are bad. Among those that are popularly called “good” are “essential fatty acids”. They continue being healthy if we eat the correct type, in suitable amounts and proportions, and prepare them in the correct way. READ MORE
Spring fatigue is a seasonal disorder affected by the clocks changing and a temperature increase. Our biological clocks have to adapt to the new climate and that takes up energy. Spring fever, which is believed to be temporary, requires us to adapt to new light and temperature conditions, foreseen by the arrival of good weather, which takes us through to summer. READ MORE
Autumn is a time of great change, the transition from the long summer days and the decrease of temperature at the end of holidays lead to alterations to our mood and body, resulting in decreased body defences, increased tiredness and apathy. But coming back to routine can be a great opportunity to achieve new goals, […] READ MORE