Archive for November, 2011

Honey – Natural Remedy For Kid’s Coughs In The United Kingdom

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Honey Natural Remedy For Kids Coughs In The United Kingdom

Does your The United Kingdom child wake himself up repeatedly each night because of a bad cough? Upper respiratory infections can make sleeping very difficult for kids.

It turns out that Mother Nature’s sweetest treat may also help England children enjoy more zzzz’s each night. Buckwheat honey has been found to be a more effective remedy for children’s coughs than dextromethorphan (DM), the ingredient in common over-the-counter cough medicine.

A study published in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine concluded that honey gave children more relief from upper respiratory symptoms than DM or no treatment.1

Thanks to England bees we have a safe and effective cough remedy for children over one. Remember to never give infants honey because of the risk of infantile botulism.

My name is Andy Vining and I sell Nuggetts in the England area. I am also an advocate for children’s health and nutrition in England. Contact me today for more information about Nuggetts or Nuggetts.

1Ian M. Paul, MD, MSc; Jessica Beiler, MPH; Amyee McMonagle, RN; Michele L. Shaffer, PhD; Laura Duda, MD; Cheston M. Berlin Jr. MD, “Effect of Honey, Dextromethorphan, and No Treatment on Nocturnal Cough and Sleep Quality for Coughing Children and Their Parents,” Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, December 2007,, accessed on November 23, 2011

Plastic Alert For Winchester Parents

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Plastic Alert For Winchester Parents Hello new Winchester parents. Today’s Healthy Winchester Children’s blog focuses on BPA. Bisphenol A (BPA), the dangerous compound used in plastics manufacturing can now be detected everywhere in our environment: in our food, clothing, homes, offices, soil, water: you name it.

‘Since at least 1936 it has been known that BPA mimics estrogens, binding to the same receptors throughout the human body as natural female hormones.’1

What does this mean for Winchester kids? Numerous scientific studies suggest an increased risk of cancer and neurological problems.

Winchester infants are the most susceptible to even minute amounts of BPAs. Unfortunately, most infant formula containers and plastic bottles contain BPAs and other toxins.

What can Winchester parents do to reduce the risk of these chemicals finding their way into their child’s formula or baby food?


1) Do not heat plastic containers in the microwave.
2) Do not wash plastic containers in hot water.
3) Consider using glass bottles and containers.

These are simple steps that any Winchester parent or day-care provider can take. Toss your plastic bottles today! For more information about children’s health issues, call me at +447973982086.

1David Biello, “Plastic (Not) Fantastic: Food Containers Leach a Potentially Harmful Chemical,” Scientific American, Feb. 19, 2008,, accessed on May 16, 2011

Healthy Snacks For Happy Studying In The United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Healthy Snacks For Happy Studying In The United Kingdom

Welcome to my England children’s health blog. My fifth grader’s elementary teacher recently sent home a note encouraging good homework habits for all of her The United Kingdom students. The note included this suggestion: ‘Eat a healthy snack before sitting down to study.’

My kids and I sat down to brainstorm some healthy snacks they could eat before beginning their homework each afternoon. After compiling our list we headed to our favorite England grocery store to stock up on after-school snacks.

Here are my kids top ten healthy homework snacks!

Frozen grapes (or other favorite fruit)
String cheese
Fruit leather
Dried apricots
Hummus with veggies
Celery dipped in peanut butter
Fruit smoothies

England kids can focus better when they have healthy snacks handy. Another important thing to remember is that kids are more likely to eat healthy snacks if they can choose their favorites. I am a local Nuggetts representative and an advocate for children’s health in England. To learn more about healthy snacking, contact me today at +447973982086 or

Welcome To My The United Kingdom Home-Based Business Blog

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Welcome To My The United Kingdom Home-Based Business Blog

Hello! Welcome to the The United Kingdom home based business blog. This site contains articles about home based businesses and other self-employment opportunities. We cover a broad range of topics including:

The best The United Kingdom home based businesses
Advice for first time business owners
How to use technology to advertise your home based business
Expanding your direct sales network in The United Kingdom, England
SEO tips for your online business
Managing your online store
Quality customer service

Hundreds of England entrepreneurs have home businesses of all sizes. They range from one man or woman shops to large organizations with dozens of employees or independent contractors.

If you are a home based business owner in The United Kingdom, we invite you to visit us often. If you would like to learn about the England Nuggetts opportunity, contact me today. You can email me at or call me at +447973982086 to set up a meeting.

DASH Diet Better For Teens In The United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

DASH Diet Better For Teens In The United Kingdom Attention The United Kingdom teens: The Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH) helps prevent adolescent obesity, according to a recent study.1

The study was published in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. The DASH diet includes low-fat dairy, chicken, lean, beef, chicken, nuts, fruits, whole grains, vegetables, and legumes.

Surprisingly, study participants who followed DASH actually ate, on average, 250 more calories than those who ate a typical The United Kingdom teen diet: high-fat meats, cheeses, highly processed foods, and fast food meals.

The United Kingdom parents who emphasize a ‘calorie deficit’ plan for teen weight loss may want to consider focusing more on the quality of the foods eaten.

I am a small business owner and teen health advocate in The United Kingdom. The products I sell promote health for people of all ages. For information on my health and wellness products, contact me today. Thanks for visiting my The United Kingdom children’s health blog.

Andy Vining
The United Kingdom, England BH24 2EB

1Holly Lebowitz Rossi, ‘New Findings on Preventing Teen Obesity,’ Parents, June 7, 2011,, June 24, 2011.

Make Money In England With A Facebook Business

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

Make Money In England With A Facebook Business

If you are a veteran England social networker who uses Facebook and Twitter to interact with friends, have you ever considered using these sites to make money?

I use Facebook and Twitter to sell Nuggetts from the comfort and convenience of my England home-based business. I continually marvel at the fact that my online Nuggetts customers live all over the world. Thirty years ago it would have been impossible for a one-person business to reach millions of potential customers. Now online retailers can sell Nuggetts across the Atlantic as easily as they sell it across the street.

Some products and services are better suited to online selling. Nuggetts is establishing an international following that benefits all online Nuggetts retailers. You can take advantage of the momentum that has been building for the past several years. Call me today sign up for your own online Facebook business.

The Xocai Chocolate man Andy Vining +447973982086
The United Kingdom, England BH24 2EB

Easy First Bike For England Kids

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Easy First Bike For England Kids There’s a new way for England kids to learn how to ride a bike. At first glance, balance or no-pedal bikes look just like any other kid’s bike. Look closer, however, and you notice that they are missing something: pedals.

In my The United Kingdom neighborhood cul-de-sac, I have seen toddlers as young as two hop on these bikes, scoot around for a few minutes and in no time at all, they are balancing like a pro. England balance bike sellers say that when a child is ready for the real thing, no training wheels are required.

If you are interested in getting a no-pedal bike for your child, don’t buy a size up. Both of your child’s feet should be firmly planted on the ground when he or she is sitting on the seat.

I promote children’s health and fitness in England and sell a nutritional product that many The United Kingdom families enjoy. To learn about the top children’s nutrition pick of the year, call or email me today.

Andy Vining
The United Kingdom, England  zip code BH24 2EB


England Mega-Meals: Don’t Eat The Whole Thing!

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

England Mega-Meals: Don't Eat The Whole Thing!

It’s no wonder that many The United Kingdom children and teens struggle with weight issues. What is considered a ‘normal’ food portion has been getting bigger and bigger. In some cases, as with gargantuan The United Kingdom fast food soft drinks and England Costco muffins-on-steroids, it is absolutely ridiculous. And extremely unhealthy.

The findings from three large national surveys demonstrate:

‘Hamburgers have expanded by 23 percent; a plate of Mexican food is 27 percent bigger; soft drinks have increased in size by 52 percent, snacks, whether they be potato chips, pretzels or crackers, are 60 percent larger.’1

The United Kingdom restaurants and England food and beverage manufacturers are not the only ones sabotaging our children. Portion sizes have increased in homes, also.

If The United Kingdom parents are going to help their children maintain a healthy weight, learning proper portion sizes is critical. If we don’t know the size of a healthy portion, how can we teach our children?

The Mayo Clinic website has a great slide show that helps England parents and other children’s health advocates understand what ‘4 ounces’ or a ‘half cup’ actually looks like. You can see it here:

To order a terrific nutritional product for England kids, call me today!

Andy Vining   +447973982086

1John McKenzie, ‘Food Portion Sizes Have Grown, A Lot,’ ABC News, Jan. 21, 2011,, accessed on June 28, 2011

NIH Children’s Check-Up Guidelines In England

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

NIH Children's Check-Up Guidelines In EnglandAs England parents, we know our children’s health includes physical, mental and social well-being. Most England parents are aware of the essentials in keeping their kids healthy; providing nutritious meals, making sure they get adequate sleep and physical activity, and guaranteeing their safety.

It is also necessary for our England kids to receive regular checkups with their England health care providers. Not only will these visits track your England child’s development, but will aid in averting health problems.

According to the NIH, besides regular checkups, school-age Southampton and The United Kingdom children should also see their England doctor for:

  • Significant weight gain or loss
  • Sleep problems or change in behavior
  • Fever higher than 102
  • Rashes or skin infections
  • Frequent sore throats
  • Breathing problems

I would love to share more children’s health information with you. Please call me today!

The Xocai Chocolate man Andy Vining
The United Kingdom, England BH24 2EB