What we learned in November
Did that there’s lower than ONE MONTH till Christmas? We say it so typically it’s grow to be a little bit of a cliche, however rattling, this yr is flying by. Soon it’ll be time to leap into January hyperfocus mode, however let’s maintain off on occupied with that…
This is the Haribo you’re more than likely to eat
In information nobody requested for, the fellows over at kitchen designers Magnet sifted by way of 100 luggage of Haribo Starmix and located that for those who stick your hand in a bag, you’re more than likely to come back out with a gummy bear. So er, now .
One in 5 suppose bread is dangerous for us
According to Burgen (who, unsurprisingly, make bread) one in 5 suppose bread is dangerous for us, with a 3rd of us chopping it out fully. Burgen have teamed up with nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert and TV’s Melanie Sykes to do some mythbusting round bread and carbs, particularly that bread just isn’t the satan. Especially seeded bread. Burgen seeded bread.
2019 is about to be an thrilling yr for MAN v FAT
This month we introduced an entire host of latest and thrilling occasions that might be going down in 2019 and 2020. Under the banner of MAN v FAT Extra Time (see what we did there), we’ll be placing on a MAN v FAT Festival, enjoying extra soccer and even pitting MAN v FAT Football nations collectively in our first worldwide event. Get the lowdown right here.
We spend a good portion of our lives on the bathroom
Are you studying this whereas on the bathroom? Tssk. According to new analysis, Brits spend EIGHT MONTHS of their lives on the toilet. One in three quizzed say that being on the bathroom is the one change they should get any time to themselves, with many taking their telephones alongside for the journey too – a fifth of individuals stated they’d really feel bizarre in the event that they went to the bathroom with out their cellphone to play with whereas they do their enterprise.
Simon Bayley, from DIY bowel most cancers take a look at Measure Bowel Health, which commissioned the analysis stated: “We were surprised at how much time some Brits seem to spend sitting on the loo. It’s something we all do, but rarely discuss. A loo break is a pause from whatever else you might be doing, but it can also be a really good opportunity to get a glimpse at your health.”
Symptoms of bowel most cancers embrace:
• Obvious bleeding out of your backside and/or blood in your poo
• A change in your bowel behavior
• Diarrhoea or constipation lasting for greater than 7 days
• Unexplained weight loss
• A ache or lump in your tummy
So er…put your cellphone down, have a glimpse into the bowl to see what’s what, and if there’s something out of the odd see your GP.
Younger individuals are extra probably to present veganism a go
Millennials suppose vegans are ‘trendy’ and ‘eco-conscious’ however older folks say it’s not a way of life selection they’d think about, analysis has discovered. The analysis revealed youthful Brits are way more more likely to embrace ‘Meat-free Mondays’ and even fully comply with a vegan or vegetarian way of life. The research additionally discovered three in 10 adults between 18 and 30 describe a vegan way of life as ‘healthy’, whereas simply 18 per cent of these aged 51 or above say the identical, and simply two p.c of older folks would think about going vegan – in comparison with seven p.c of youthful folks.
Non-alcoholic beer has actually improved over the previous few years
Non-alcoholic beer has risen in recognition lately. Gone are the times of 12 pints on a Friday evening as we grow to be extra acutely aware of the impact alcohol has on our our bodies, to not point out simply what number of energy a pint of beer incorporates. The non-alcoholic beer market has exploded with thrilling new drinks which are so far faraway from that lonely bottle of Becks Blue that was once your solely selection. Tom at SteadyDrinker has put collectively a fantastic information to the very best choices for us – learn it right here and make hangovers a factor of the previous.