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Connacht folk are obsessed with the weather

A recent survey by Yakult has revealed that almost two thirds of Connacht people are absorbed with the weather, a subject on most people’s minds and lips, ahead of food, fashion, social media, and all-important health. Yakult’s survey found that while 75 per cent of those living in Connacht regard health as their number one priority in terms of happiness, ahead of friends, money and careers, overall wellbeing is not something they give much thought to on a daily basis. Yakult conducted its mindfulness survey to find out what was consuming Irish minds on a daily basis and to show how focusing on the important things in life can help us realise our New Year wishes of health and happiness in 2012.

Connacht folk are obsessed with the weather

A recent survey by Yakult has revealed that almost two thirds of Connacht people are absorbed with the weather, a subject on most people’s minds and lips, ahead of food, fashion, social media, and all-important health. Yakult’s survey found that while 75 per cent of those living in Connacht regard health as their number one priority in terms of happiness, ahead of friends, money and careers, overall wellbeing is not something they give much thought to on a daily basis. Yakult conducted its mindfulness survey to find out what was consuming Irish minds on a daily basis and to show how focusing on the important things in life can help us realise our New Year wishes of health and happiness in 2012.

Gut Week survey reveals Irish are out of portion control

A recent survey by probiotic experts Yakult reveals that over half of us are eating for two on a regular basis, while a third of us have no idea what our daily calorie limit should be. The Yakult survey, in association with www.loveyourgut.com to mark Gut Week (August 22 to 28), found that Irish people are eating double or more what we should be of foods such as potatoes, cheese, chips, and chocolate.

Gut instincts pay off

According to a recent survey by probiotic experts Yakult, the majority of Irish people are not listening to their heads or their hearts but are going with their gut. Yakult, maker of the easy to take, daily probiotic, found that of those surveyed, 80 per cent said they trusted their gut instinct over information and facts when it came to making key decisions in their life. Yakult conducted the survey to raise awareness of the importance of gut health and to discover just how much Irish men and women were in tune with their gut instincts in all areas of their lives.

Come out of hibernation with a spring in your step

With the first signs of spring in the air, April is the perfect time to get motivated and get moving again. The advice from probiotic experts, Yakult, is that exercise and good gut health are directly linked. One of the main effects of winter laziness is that our metabolisms and digestive systems become sluggish and slow down along with the rest of the body.

Put a spring in your step

With the first signs of spring in the air, April is the perfect time to get motivated and get moving again. The advice from probiotic experts, Yakult, is that exercise and good gut health are directly linked.

Good gut health

A shocking 20 per cent of Irish people say that they would wait until a gut health problem became too painful to bear before seeking medical attention, according to research conducted by probiotic expert Yakult. The research also revealed that a worrying 74 per cent of Irish people are unlikely to talk to their doctor about a gut related problem. In response to this, Yakult has launched a nationwide New-Year campaign to raise awareness of the importance of good gut health.

Gut feeling?

It has been revealed that 20 per cent of Irish people would only discuss a gut related problem after it had become too painful to bear. The findings are part of research commissioned by probiotic experts Yakult, to mark Gut Week 2009. The research also revealed some surprising statistics in relation to the embarrassment felt by people when discussing digestive health problems. It showed that nearly 20 per cent of Irish people would turn to the internet for information and advice before they would discuss a bowel problem with their doctor, partner, or friend.

 

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