September 04, 2019 3 min read

Feeling healthy is what we all want, yet as we go through life, we may find it slips through our fingers. At times like this, we have been told that doctors and nurses can support us and that the healthcare system will mend us back to good health.

Yet, the reliance on other people to fix our health problems, mean that budgets are being stretched and patient resources are wearing thin. Indeed, according to recent statistics, the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK now deals with over 1 million patients every 36 hours.[1]

Meanwhile, the number of hospital beds available has more than halved over the past 30 years, from 299,000 to 142,000 – as the number of patients increases.[2] As our healthcare system is being stretched to its limits, now more than ever, it is important to follow a healthy lifestyle – and take your health into your own hands.

You Hold The Power To Good Health

Your power to get better and achieve good health doesn't start with the health care system – it begins with preventing the problems in the first place. Real health and vitality begins by following a healthy lifestyle and diet. By ensuring you get the nutrition you need to enjoy good health, you can prevent many problems from occurring, or getting worse.

An increasing number of people are however, suffering from nutrient deficiencies and may not even know about it. Nutrient deficiencies occur for many reasons, but the absence of nutrients can lead to malnutrition in worst cases.

Along with a rise in processed 'junk' foods, certain lifestyle and dietary choices such as veganism may require supplementation to ensure certain levels of vitamins and minerals are met, so optimal health can be achieved.

Why Are Natural Supplements Good For You?

Taking a natural supplement is highly recommended because it can provide all the necessary nutrients, vitamins or minerals that the body requires for good health.

When choosing a supplement, ensure it uses only natural ingredients and no fillers, binders, coating agents etc. that may be taking away from the purity and potency of the product.

By ensuring that the bioavailability of the supplement is high, you can be assured that the amount of nutrients you intake is available for your body to use. Taking a supplement is often a good option for people who struggle with certain deficiencies, dietary restrictions, or health conditions.

Just as with buying fresh produce, it is best to choose organic as not only is it better for the environment, but you can be reassured that you are getting the natural ingredients – without any pesticides or unwanted chemicals.

The Natural Solution You Need For Good Health

At The Natural Health Market, our goal is to find new and innovative ways for you to stay healthy – without compromising in any area. We believe in giving your body the nutrients it needs while maintaining a positive and contented outlook on life.

We pride ourselves on using only high-quality and organic ingredients, so you receive the full benefits of the nutrients and supplement we have on offer. Our Hemp Protein Powder, Brown Rice Protein Powder and Pea Protein Powder range are Certified Organic by the Soil Association.

How To Use Our Plant-Based Protein Powder Range

To use, it's recommended to blend one scoop of your preferred plant protein powder into a glass of water, juice, milk or your favourite smoothie and shake well before serving. It's always best to start with a small amount of protein powder and build up to 20g per day during a week.

Each of our popular plant-based protein powders is a great addition, alongside following a healthy lifestyle, to ensure you receive the daily nutrition you need to enjoy optimal health. All of which may, in the long term, help you to potentially avoid the expensive costs involved with the healthcare system.

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References:

[1] https://www.rcgp.org.uk/training-exams/discover-general-practice/overseas-doctors-guide/the-national-health-service.aspx
[2] https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publications/nhs-hospital-bed-numbers

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