29.11.14

WIN: Stay Well This Winter with Simply Supplements


Reading everyone's blog posts about training through winter for spring races / marathons, one topic keeps popping up. How to stay well during the months when germs and bugs are raging so as not to set you back in your training?!

Simply Supplements have an entire immunity range on their website. The range includes one of my favourites - Echinacea. I've used it in the past to help me recover from colds. More recently, I've been lucky enough not to pick up too many nasties.

Simply Supplements recommended this product to me - ImmunoBoost with Black Garlic - a combination of vitamin C, Zinc and Black Garlic. Health experts have reported the many benefits of garlic and even more so from black garlic, an aged version of fresh garlic which has no smell in comparison yet all the benefits!

Wanna try this with me?! Enter NOW via the rafflecopter plug-in below!

Entries close on 15th December 2014 and are open to all those in the United Kingdom.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good Luck!

Elle :)

p.s you can also get yourself 15% off the entire Immunity range from Simply Supplements until the end of December 2014. Use this link - http://www.simplysupplements.net/ailments/26/immunity/ - and enter code: IMMUNE15 at the checkout! 


14 comments:

  1. I swear my good vegetable soups in the winter, with lots of spice!

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    1. Soup has defo kept me going so far as the days / nights have been getting colder and darker! Good luck for the comp!

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  2. I've been off work this week feeling awful so this couldn't have come at a better time! :)

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    1. Hope you're back on full form asap! and good luck for the comp!

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  3. I am loving bee pollen atm... I take the pills and every morn have a couple of grains with a spoon of honey.. helps the ammune system

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    1. I've heard about bee pollen but never tried it! Must add it to my (mahusive) list of things to try! good luck for the comp!

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  4. I like lots of fruit/veggies, echinacea and garlic if I feel I am coming down with something.

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    1. Yes :) I found a good juice with lots of vit c and ginger has looked after me so far!

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    1. I've never tried tomato soup! i must give it a go one day! :)

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  6. Sage is really good during winter months :)

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    1. Oh yeah?! I will be cooking with more sage then! Thanks Cherie!

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    1. always :) Thanks for entering Natalie!

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