Rhodiola Makes You More Resistant To Stress

At Leapfrog we believe that the body is brilliant and will function optimally if we give it the micronutrients that it needs, together with sleep, exercise and minimal stress. We’ve long known plants have the...

For Immunity, Don’t Cheat On Sleep

Whether you’re a morning person or a night owl, the science says you should have 7-8 hours of shut-eye per night for optimal health. It’s not just that you’ll think and feel better, but you’ll...

6 Health Benefits Of Rosehip

At Leapfrog we believe that the body is brilliant and will function optimally if we give it the micronutrients that it needs, together with sleep, exercise and minimal stress. We’ve long known plants have the...

Starting Leapfrog From Zero

I often wonder if I’d done a business degree, or a course, or even just a class, it would’ve been easier to become an entrepreneur BUT I did English. I did Acting. Nothing I’ve learned...

9 Ways to Use Raw Honey

We’ve been wild about raw honey for around 9,000 years now (and counting): from beeswax found in pots at Neolithic archaeological sites, to Ancient Egyptians who used honey for sweetening foods, healing wounds, as a...

14 Tips To Reduce Social Media Stress

World Mental Health Day feels especially poignant this year. We’re globally navigating through extraordinary times and especially stressful scenarios. The effect on everybody’s mental health has been profound. Social media has in some ways this...

13 Reasons To Love Apple Cider Vinegar

ACV might sound like a hip-hop collective, but while you’re not likely to hear it on the radio, your most health-conscious buddies are likely to bang on about it. Apple Cider Vinegar has been famous...

12 Calming Uses For Lavender

At Leapfrog we believe that the body is brilliant and will function optimally if we give it the micronutrients that it needs, together with sleep, exercise and minimal stress. We’ve long known plants have the...

16 Ways A Banana Peel Can Benefit You

One of the things I love about being a journalist is that sometimes my research spins me into contact with quirky factoids (example: Antarctica was once home to giant 6’7’’ penguins. That’s the same height...