This Month’s Health & Fitness List

From interactive fitness mirrors to low-carb snacks, here’s what you need to know about in the world of health and wellbeing this June…

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Developed by world-leading probiotic bioengineers, Kalla’s products are poised to take the gut health world by storm. One of the first probiotics to target specific health concerns, the range comprises three powders: Repair to reverse damage caused by long-term stress; Immune to give the body a helping hand when fighting infections; and Relief to ease symptoms of IBS and bloating. Add to your morning smoothie, sprinkle over salads or mix into water to get your daily dose. Cleverly packaged into single servings, 100% recyclable and suitable for vegans, there’s a lot to love about Kalla. Sign up now for early access.


Upgrade your home workout with Vaha’s game-changing interactive mirror, which acts as a virtual PT live from your living room. Tune into a live HIIT, cardio, yoga or barre class, or stream an on-demand session, guided by a hologram. The mirror analyses your movements to help correct form and technique, but for an even more bespoke approach, book a 1:1 training session in which your PT can connect live to your mirror. When switched off, the mirror looks like a chunky, contemporary mirror. You can connect up to five user profiles per membership, making it the perfect choice for active households.

The Perimenopause Solution

If you’re in your 30s or 40s, chances are the perimenopause – the transition from the reproductive years to the menopause – is on your radar. Did you know just 12% of women wake up one day and never have another period, while 88% notice fluctuations for several years? The first book to focus on the condition, The Perimenopause Solution is written by two experts in women’s health and offers practical, no-nonsense advice on managing symptoms. If you’re struggling with hot flushes, insomnia, low mood, thinning hair and loss of libido, this book will help you on your way.

Nobu Portman Square

Quite possibly the chicest spot to get in shape, Nobu’s first ever fitness offering is tucked inside its newest hotel on Portman Square. Offering a unique approach to Pilates, the light-filled studio offers three different classes: Power, a high-energy, HIIT-style class to build strength and endurance; Precision, designed to sculpt and tone; and Pure, which uses the reformer, tower and chairs to leave you feeling balanced, lighter and lengthened. A single class is priced at £35, while a special induction package (£75) includes one private class, one group class and a complimentary posture screen.


Based on restricting carbs instead of calories, the keto diet is the next-generation version of Atkins. Whether you’re already a convert or just interested to dip your toe in, Fatt’s keto-friendly bars come highly recommended. With just 2g of carbs per serving, the nut bars are high in fibre and healthy fats, and brimming with gut-loving prebiotic fibre; while the almond and vanilla cookies will satisfy a sweet craving. With less than 200 calories per serving, 1.5g of carbs and no nasties, this clean cookie will boost energy levels and keep blood sugar levels steady.

NEOM Wellbeing Pod Mini

Whether you’re looking to boost sleep quality, improve your focus or reduce stress levels, Neom’s Wellbeing Pod Mini is the perfect companion. Unlike other diffusers, it works without water and doesn’t need to be plugged in – it’s battery operated and can be charged via USB. Using cold diffusion technology, it converts essential oils into a fine vapour and releases them into your room to stimulate the senses. Simply place your favourite Neom essential oil inside the pod to scent little spaces – think your home office or bathroom – in minutes.


If you’re plagued with breakouts, Australian brand Kallistia’s Acne Cleanse is a cult product in the making. Dubbed a natural alternative to Roaccutane, it contains an intelligent blend of vitamins and antioxidants alongside herbal ingredients to reduce pore size, alleviate acne and keep blemishes at bay. Think vitamins A and C to brighten skin, wolfberry to reduce hyperpigmentation, anti-inflammatory witch hazel and white willow bark extract, which contains a natural form of salicylic acid. Safe, natural and sustainable, results can be seen in as little as 30 days.

Bio & Me

Each pot of this probiotic yoghurt contains 18 different cultures to give your gut health a serious boost. The brainchild of Dr Megan Rossi, aka The Gut Health Doctor, these clinically proven yoghurts are available in three flavours – original, vanilla and mango – and are packed with protein, calcium and B vitamins. Plus they’re free from added sugar, artificial sweeteners, thickeners or emulsifiers, and are lower in lactose than normal dairy yoghurt. With a texture similar to Greek yoghurt, serve alongside your favourite granola, as an afternoon snack with a handful of nuts or as an ingredient in dips and smoothies.

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