Using Nature’s Rhythm to Tackle Heart Disease
How could we support the British Heart Foundation and raise awareness for keeping fit and active? Climb the highest peaks of England, Scotland & Wales in under 48 hours of course! We’re four small business owners from Bristol and we’re teaming up with Pulsin to tune into Nature’s Rhythm for 48 hours from Friday 29th September.
Along with Thrifty Car & Van Rental UK, Richard from @h2rselection, Jon from @QuinceSolutionsLtd, Tom from @ArobaseCreative and Mike from @Nutcessity plan to raise £2000 in Rich’s Uncle’s memory, for whom heart disease caused an early death. It’s not uncommon, but it many cases it can be prevented – the right diet and exercise being fundamental to a healthy heart.
We’ll be stuffing Pulsin protein boosters in our bags to keep us on the right track. No nasty ingredients needed – just pure, natural plant-based snacks that are easy to carry, keep our energy levels stable and our protein at peak. The orange choc chip protein booster is a favourite – these bars contain all the amino acids the body needs and are vegan, gluten-free and are made with magnesium rich cashew nuts for a heart-healthy boost. For a tasty, feel-good snack that fits in the breast pocket, there’s nothing better…
First, we’ll be flying to Glasgow to take on Ben Nevis. After driving south we’ll climb Scafell Pike, before finishing at Snowdon in Wales. The plan is to tackle Ben Nevis before midnight, get on the road, and sleep en route to each peak.
The NHS say that those who don’t exercise are twice as likely to develop heart disease, so by getting outdoors and fuelling up on Pulsin’s handy protein boosters, we’ll be giving ourselves the right fuel for the necessary pit stops.
If you’d like to donate to this fantastic fundraising event, go #bhfthreepeaks and donate now.