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Facing your fertility

Facing your fertility

Often, fertility and issues surrounding fertility problems is considered a taboo subject. However, its a lot more common than you may think with an estimated 1 in 6 couples having fertility issues.

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Gut health and your immunity

Gut health and your immunity

The gut is known as the “second brain” in the body and your gut can have an effect on everything from your immune system to your skin health.

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Gut Health – what is it and why do we need it?

Gut Health – what is it and why do we need it?

One of the sort of buzz phrases we get asked about a lot is “Gut Health.” While this is quite an umbrella term, we all know the feeling when your gut is sluggish! Symptoms may include feeling tired, run down, lack of energy, bloated, constipated etc.

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Blakes Kefir – Local, Organic and Delicious

Blakes Kefir – Local, Organic and Delicious

At Simple Simons we are always striving to get as many products from local suppliers as we can. We find supporting small businesses is a great way to build up a lasting relationship, because smaller businesses will go the extra mile. The product and business we want...

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Donegal Craft Bakery – A day in the life of Franck

Donegal Craft Bakery – A day in the life of Franck

Here in Simple Simons we are lucky enough to have an authentic French baker who makes all of our French bread and pastries.  Franck Pasquier who originally hails from Nantes, Brittany moved here almost 20 years ago and started his first business in 2007. Franck has an...

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International Womens Day 2019

International Womens Day 2019

We have been saying for SUCH a long time that we would love to get a blog up and running for our little shop and today we are finally getting around to it.

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Joint pain – what can we do to ease it?

Joint pain – what can we do to ease it?

At some point in our lives almost everyone will suffer from joint pain. In a recent national survey 1 out of 3 adults reported having joint pain within the last 30 days; so its definitely a common and ongoing issue.

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