Our Commitment to Health and Wellbeing

What do we mean by Health and Wellbeing?  

Health is defined as a state of welfare, with emotional, psychological and social factors affecting it. Health, whether it be physical or emotional also determines how we handle stress and make choices in life from working productively and fruitfully, to making a contribution to the community.1 Wrapped up in the notion of mental health, mental wellbeing, on the other hand, can represent positive aspects of your mental health; being in a comfortable, healthy or happy state.  

Incorporating health and wellbeing into our sustainability objectives was essential as we felt that it was important to open up the conversation about eco-anxiety. Many of us feel helpless in the climate crisis and fear for the future, so providing more education surrounding the topic of sustainability is crucial.  


5 Ways to Improve Your Health & Wellbeing

1. Try to get physical as much as you can 

Exercise is a powerful mechanism which works wonders for your brain. Whether you run, cycle, do a workout or walk around the park, fresh air can support stress relief and your sleep quality.2 Even if for a short period of time, try your best to get your heart moving and release some great endorphins. 

2. Connect, connect, connect!

There is strong evidence indicating that staying connected, feeling close and valued by other people is a fundamental human need.3 Staying connected also provides the opportunity to share positive conversations, increasing self-worth and mindset.

3. Eat and drink responsibly 

In order to work at its best, your brain needs a mixture of nutrients, therefore being responsible for your meals is essential. There is a link between diet and mood, with certain food groups and drinks affecting the brain in different ways. In order to have a healthy diet, its key to have fruit and vegetables and keep hydrated.4 

4. Talk about how you are feeling 

Talking about how you are feeling being linked to weakness is a common cultural misconception. It’s not easy to have emotional conversations however it could reduce the problem and support by finding better ways to cope.5 

5. Try something new

Although it might sound daunting or you find that you don’t have enough time, research has found trying new things can boost self-confidence, help you connect with others and build a sense of purpose.6

Our objective & what are we doing to achieve this?  

Myvegan has been developed to support the health and wellbeing of our customers – developing innovative plant-based products to support your health & wellness goals. We make it a priority to source the best ingredients benefitting our customers on a daily basis. To further, good nutrition and exercise are important for physical health. Physical and health are interlinked, and by supporting a healthy physical lifestyle, Myvegan are supporting the health and wellbeing of consumers.


To conclude, we have decided to incorporate health and wellbeing into our commitments due to the importance of opening up conversation surrounding eco-anxiety. This article displayed supporting ways to improve your health and wellbeing, with physical exercise and nutrition two crucial focuses. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, which is why we ensure to source high-quality materials for our products.

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  2. Sharma, A., Madaan, V. and Petty, F., 2006. Exercise for Mental Health. The Primary Care Companion to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 08(02), p.106. 
  3. Mind, 2020. Five Ways To Wellbeing. [online] Available at: 
  4. Mental Health, 2020. 3. Eat Well. [online] Mental Health Foundation. Available at: 
  5. Mental Health, 2020. 1. Talk About Your Feelings. [online] Mental Health Foundation. Available at:< 
  6. NHS, 2020. 5 Steps To Mental Wellbeing. [online] Available at:< 

Jennifer Blow

Jennifer Blow

Writer and expert

Jennifer Blow has a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science and a Master of Science by Research in Nutrition, and now specialises in the use of sports supplements for health and fitness, underpinned by evidence-based research. Jennifer has been quoted or mentioned as a nutritionist in major online publications including Vogue, Elle, and Grazia, for her expertise in nutritional science for exercise and healthy living. Her experience spans from working with the NHS on dietary intervention trials, to specific scientific research into omega-3 fatty acid supplementation and also the effect of fast foods on health, which she has presented at the annual Nutrition Society Conference. Jennifer is involved in many continuing professional development events to ensure her practise remains at the highest level. Find out more about Jennifer’s experience here: In her spare time, Jennifer loves hill walking and cycling, and in her posts you’ll see that she loves proving healthy eating doesn’t mean a lifetime of hunger.