Years ago, health foods were seen as a fad and bought by eccentric quirky people. Today, however, the majority of us buy health foods as part of our regular weekly shopping. Whilst most of us do our main shopping at one of the major supermarkets, if you buy health foods from a health food store you will usually find a much wider range of products.
At your local health food store, you will be able to buy health foods such as Goji Berries, Hemp Seeds, Quinoa, (pronounced keen-wah), Miso Soup, plus a huge variety of nuts, seeds and berries.You will also be able to buy health foods for those on special or restricted diets. You can buy health foods to aid your slimming diet and health foods to help aid digestion. You will be able to buy health foods such as live natural yoghurts, which are a beneficial addition to the diet after a course of antibiotics, and health foods such as Manuka Honey, which has anti-bacterial and anti-virile properties. Whereas the supermarket may only offer one brand of Manuka honey, your health food store will usually have a much more extensive range for you to choose from.
Your health food store will also have a much wider range of non-dairy products such as Soya Milks, Rice Milk, and Oat Milk, together with a selection of delicious dairy free deserts and cheeses. You will also be able to buy health foods with the Fairtrade symbol, guaranteeing a better deal for Third World producers.
The health food store is committed to your wellbeing and will stock a wide range of organic foods and drinks, free from chemicals and pesticides. They do their best to allow the public to buy health food that is safe to eat. To satisfy your sweet tooth, you will find high cocoa content organic chocolate from Green and Blacks and a selection of tasty snacks, including pure fruit bars for children's lunch boxes.
You can now buy many of these health foods online from healthstore.uk.com the online shop of Country Living Health Store, Poynton, Cheshire.