This year after Christmas, I concluded that I must be about 55% cheese, 45% mince pie. Which is not a great state of affairs and goes some way to explain my increased derriere.
So as soon as midnight struck on the first day of January, I switched gear and made a promise to myself to eat better… and this meant less sugar, less cheese (sad face) and to embrace as much natural food and drink as possible.
And that is exactly what I have done.
Tea plays a big part in my life, and for the whole of last week I made the switch, from my usual black caffeinated tea, to a new Twinings fruit and herbal infusion tea…. and it was EASY.
This was such a small change to make, but this weeny tweak to my daily routine has made a real difference… and they are all delicious. I savour the natural taste and enjoy *that* smug feeling, knowing I’m doing something really good for my body.
I don’t know about you, but unless I visit a natural health food shop, I find it can be really tricky to buy products that are 100% natural. And I ma actually pretty skeptical when a product claims to be entirely natural too, as it’s often not true. BUT I can say with total confidence (I have read all the ingredients myself) that these teas are definitely 100% natural, they are caffeine-free and contain less than 4 calories a cup. Crackajack.
I have always struggled to drink enough water during the day, so this has been a great boost in that department – my water intake is so much closer to where it should be, which is a big deal for me.
I’ve always marvelled at how careful we all are at putting fuel into our cars, but we don’t think twice about putting rubbish into our own engines – the most important engine of all!
These new natural teas from Twinings are my new Must Have – forget that tote bag or pair of boots. Instead, put the kettle on and get involved in this season’s biggest trend; Go natural.
Bring flowers into your home, get outside for a walk, splash in the puddles, stretch and breathe in deep – we’ve only got one body, and I for one and determined to treat it as kindly as possible.
This post was sponsored by Twinings.
All thoughts & opinions are my own.
This post was shot on my LEICA D-LUX – dinky but dynamic ;)