Festival Favourites


Festival favourites

The festival season is just about to start so I have come up with a few must have beauty products to get through the weekend.
I have been to a few camping festivals in the past including Glastonbury last year. I asked a few experienced festival goers  – what essential products  should you take to a festival? 

The first thing I worried about was what would I be eating. It was a long journey from the car to the campsite so I knew I needed to pack lightly. The food was relatively cheap with some quite healthy but with that extra drinking (if that applies to you) or fast food it’s always good to have some extra supplies.

Here are a few of my festival favourites…



Antioxidant drink

This is my saviour product especially if by mistake you drink more than you ought to.  Have a couple of shots of this before…

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  1. foundationnutritiontrust says:

    Brown doesn’t mean Wholemeal ! “Wholemeal” is a term used in the UK “Wholegrain” and “whole-wheat” are terms used in the USSo you might be thinking that you are one of the good guys munching on your ‘brown bread’ – well don’t be tricked…just because it says ‘brown bread’ doesn’t necessarily mean it is any different to white bread or much better!Check out the ingredients on the side of the packet and make sure you know exactly what you’re putting into your mouth. If you see enriched/wheat flour then forget it – this is exactly the same things they put into white bread so you won’t be getting the benefits of the wholemeal goodness! Processed = stripped of natural goodness …As a basic rule of thumb the few ingredients the better so keep that in mind the next time you’re out shopping for bread.Brown does not mean bread is made from whole wheat. Brown bread is often a mixture of white flour and whole-wheat flour with added ingredients for colour, such as caramel.So bewarrrreeee of the overly used terminology “brown” > read the labels !!!! Or make your own at home
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