Most of us find ourselves in a new situation where we are working from home at the moment, for longer than most of us would like. Maybe for a few weeks, maybe for a few months, in any case it's necessary to create some routine and redesign your 'work-life'.
In the current worldwide health situation it makes sense that people are experiencing a lot of worry. It is an unusual situation with much uncertainty, which can naturally lead us to worry and feel anxious.
New Zealand blackcurrants – more than a one-hit wonder for exercise recovery. It’s further good news for people who exercise regularly. According to a study by scientists at Plant and Food Research, anthocyanin-rich New Zealand blackcurrants provide more than one-off benefits for exercise recovery.
With New Zealand heading in lockdown, Ārepa is classified asan 'Essential Service, delivering wellbeing to New Zealand'. Our supply chain provides goods of multiple products to supermarkets and homes across the country, hence why we are able to continue our services. We have implemented new manufacturing and logistical protocols to ensure minimal exposure risk and maximum hygiene rules are in place. We're working with the legends at Post Haste to get orders to supermarkets and to your home on time.
Our brain is a power consumer of vitamin C, the vitamin that cuts your colds short. Brain concentrations of the vitamin are far greater than those in the rest of the body, and long after the body is depleted of the vitamin, the brain maintains its levels.
The Benefits of NZ Blackcurrants: Due to the high levels of UV exposure and optimal climatic, breeding and soilconditions, New Zealand blackcurrants have 30% more polyphenols than European and North American varieties. NZ blackcurrants are also packed with Vitamin C, which our body needs on a daily basis, and they contain higher levels of Vitamin C than many other fruits
In an attempt to maximise the good effects of caffeine, many of us push too far. We underestimate how much we’ve had, drink more, then enter that world of Great Regret. This transition moves us from a place of productivity, where we actually enjoy our lives, to one in which we’re nervous, paranoid, and skittish. This is a story of how we make that transition.
Read all about the benefits of NZ Blackcurrants. Due to the increased levels of UV exposure and optimal climatic and soil conditions, New Zealand blackcurrants have 30% more antioxidants than European and North American varieties. Our blackcurrants are packed with Vitamin C, which our body needs on a daily basis.
After 4 years of R&D, Ārepa first launched in New Zealand in 2016 with the help of world-renowned neuroscientists and food technologists at the $30m modular food incubator factory The FoodBowl. Founder Angus Brown was quick to patent their formula, which (now granted) contains a unique New Zealand Pine Bark Extract, New Zealand Neuroberry Blackcurrants and well-known nootropic L-theanine (an amino acid found in green tea).