Red Nose Day launched 25 years ago with the aim to raise money to help provide shelter for young, homeless people living on the streets in the UK as well as helping those living with domestic abuse in the UK. This year, Rock Beauty is launching a range of Nail Rock, Eye Rock and Body Rock to help raise money for Red Nose Day. A £1 donation will be made to the charity for every sale of the exclusive Rock Beauty products.
The cartoon ‘Dinosesaurs’ – T-Spex, Triceytops and Dinomite – from the Red Nose Day campaigns have been taken through into the Rock Beauty designs.
Body Rock £5.50
Eye Rock £6.50
All available from Claire’s Accessories nationwide… get rocking for charity.
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Green tea can help prevents strokes
Drinking green tea every day can slash the risk of stroke by up to a third.
Scientists say this “small but positive” change in lifestyle can have a major impact on the deadly disease.
And the more tea you drink, the lower the risk, according to the latest large-scale research. A 13-year study of more than 83,000 people found that people who have at least two cups of green tea a day have a 32 per cent lower risk of intracerebral haemorrhage or bleeding in the brain.
Every year an estimated 150,000 people in the UK suffer a stroke when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off and brain cells are damaged or die.
Dr Yoshiro Kokubo, who oversaw the research, said: “This is the first large-scale study to examine the combined effects of both green tea and coffee on stroke risks. He added: “You may make a small but positive lifestyle change to help lower the risk of stroke by adding daily green tea to your diet.”
So why not make this simple change to your diet and help reduce your risk? Try Pukka Herb’s delicious orgainc, fair-trade Three Green tea – a truly superior tasting, smooth green tea. Blending some of the finest hand picked organic green tea varieties – Sencha, Oothu and Suoi Gang – from Fairtrade growers in China, India and Vietnam the whole leaves are gently dried to retain the fantastic, delicate flavour.
RRP £1.99 for 20 sachets, available from Tesco stores nationwide and at www.pukkaherbs.com