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NuVuLife Meal+

£35.70

What will I receive with my order? 

FREE SHAKER BOTTLE WITH ALL ORDERS

You’ll receive 1 x 3kg tub of Unflavoured Fortification Liqui-Life Powder.

NUTRIENT-RICH FORTIFICATION – Developed for people who struggle to maintain a healthy weight. Our high protein formulation promotes maintenance, recovery and repair. Our products do not rely on excess sugar to taste great. Instead, NuVu Life’s mission is to offer a range of appetising high-quality products that are nutrient focused and tailored to help people.

60 X SERVINGS – The Liqui-Life Fortification is available in a convenient 3kg tub, with measuring scoop, making preparation easy and convenient. 

363 CALORIES WHEN MIXED WITH 200ML OF WHOLE MILK – Perfect for individuals with suppressed appetites, those that suffer from dysphagia or for people that are recovering from illness. 

FULL OF VITAMINS AND MINERALS – One Liqui-Life Fortification contains 100% recommended intake of 17 essential vitamins and minerals.

Minerals: Zinc, Selenium, Magnesium and Iron.

Vitamins A, D3, K1, E, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, Folic Acid, B12, Pantothenic Acid and Biotin.

Providing you with a nutrient dense formulation to promote health and well-being.

ZINC & BONE HEALTH – Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.

SELENIUM & IMMUNE SYSTEM – Selenium contributes to the normal function of the immune system.

MAGNESIUM & BLOOD PRESSURE – Magnesium helps to regulate blood pressure.

VITAMIN B12 & COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE – Vitamin B12 helps maintain the nerve system and cognitive performance.

VITAMIN B6 & ENERGY METABOLISM – Vitamin B6 is necessary to maintain energy and general vitality.

VITAMIN D& MUSCLE FUNCTION – Vitamin D3 helps to build and maintain strong muscles.

NUVU LIFE – A new view on nutrition for people who need it the most.

NuVuLife Shake 7 x 50g

£14.39

Benefits and nutritional info of NuVuLife Shakes.

High in Protein

Made from sources of high quality, natural protein
Dependent on flavour, there is up to 22g of protein per 50g sachet.  When mixed with 200ml of whole milk (as recommended) one of our nutrition shakes will provide between 23.8- 28.8g of protein.   Protein is essential for maintaining muscle mass and aiding weight gain.

Calorie-Dense

When mixed with 200ml of whole milk (as recommended) one shake will provide approx. 364 kcal Calories are essential for weight gain and drinking nutrition shakes between meals is an excellent way to boost intake. 

Low Sugar

There is less than 5g of sugar in each 50g sachet, making it suitable for many people who suffer from Diabetes. Please note, this is dependent on the individual’s Diabetic status and you should seek advice from a health professional if you are unsure. 

High in Vitamins

One 50g sachet will provide you with 100% recommended intake of vitamins A, D3, K1, E, C, B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12. 

High in Minerals

One 50g sachet will provide you with 100% recommended intake of minerals: selenium, magnesium, zinc and iron. 

Palatable

Our nutrition shakes taste great When mixed with cold milk they are refreshingly thick and creamy. Alternatively, many customers heat up their chocolate shakes to make a lovely hot chocolate.

Groups and Workshops – Hammersmith, South Kensington and Westminster

Carers Network runs groups to give you the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation. These groups include:
  • Zumba
  • Creative Writing Telephone Group
  • Male Carers Social Corner
  • Art Class
  • Information and Guidance Drop-in
  • Slow Flow Yoga

Carer Support Service – Hammersmith, South Kensington and Westminster

Do you look after someone? A carer is someone who provides help and support to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour who could not manage without this help. The support that carers provide is unpaid. Carers Network's vision is that every unpaid carer is recognised and able to lead a healthy, fulfilling life. They work in the City of Westminster, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Arthritis Grip Cane Adjustable

£15.58
Arthritis Grip Cane for users that need full palm support. Especially suitable for Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferers Adjustable in height 762-991mm (30-39"). Ferrule size for these canes is 19mm.

Facebook Portal – Smart Video Calling for the Home with 10 inch Touch Screen Display – White

  • Smart Camera and Smart Sound - Smart Camera pans, zooms and widens automatically, so you can move and talk freely while always staying in frame. And Smart Sound enhances voices while minimising unwanted background noise.
  • Story Time and AR Effects - With Story Time, you can bring your children's favourite stories to life with music, animation and AR effects. And bring even more fun to calls with AR masks and more.
  • Works with Messenger and WhatsApp - Easily video call friends and family on smartphones or tablets using Messenger or WhatsApp.* Add up to three people to a group call with WhatsApp, or seven with Messenger.
  • Alexa Built-in - Enjoy voice control of your favourite music, watch the news, control your smart home, get the weather, set a timer and more. Just ask.
  • A photo frame that's picture-perfect - When you aren't in a call, Portal can display Facebook and Instagram photos, give you birthday reminders and show you when friends are available to connect.
  • Privacy - Clear and simple settings mean you're always in control. You can easily disable the camera and microphone, and video calls are always encrypted.
  • Adaptive Screen - Portal's display automatically adapts to ambient lighting and colour, so your photos will look great in any light.
  • Alexa built-in devices let you instantly connect to Alexa to play music, control your smart home, get information, news, weather, and more using just your voice.

Echo Show 8 | 2nd generation (2021 release), HD smart display with Alexa and 13 MP camera | Glacier White

  • Alexa can show you even more: 8" HD touchscreen, adaptive colour and stereo speakers bring entertainment to life. Make video calls with a 13 MP camera that uses auto-framing to keep you centred.
  • Stay in frame: make video calls with a new camera that frames and centres automatically. Simply ask Alexa to call your contacts.
  • Make life easier at home: glance at your calendars and reminders. Use your voice to set timers, update lists, and see news or traffic updates.
  • Manage your smart home: look in when you're away with the built-in camera. Control compatible devices like cameras, lights and more using the interactive display or your voice.
  • Be entertained: enjoy TV programmes and films in HD and stereo with Prime Video, Netflix and more. Ask Alexa to stream Amazon Music, Apple Music or Spotify.
  • Put your memories on display: use Amazon Photos to turn your Home screen into a digital frame. Adaptive colour helps your favourite photos look great in any light.
  • Designed to protect your privacy: electronically disconnect the microphones and camera with the press of a button. Slide the built-in cover to close the camera.

Carer Guidance – Sunderland

Many do not recognise themselves as carers.

They are parents, grandparents, children, partners, friends or neighbours doing what needs to be done to maintain a quality of life for those they are looking after. Sunderland Carers Centre is here to help you. Whether you are caring for young children, parents, grandparents, extended family members or friends, by adopting a “whole family” approach. Each member of a family will experience different caring roles and Sunderland Carers aim is to identify and support every need.

Carer Support Service – Sunderland

Sunderland Carers Centre provide support for people who look after others. That doesn’t mean professional carers. They offer support to those who care for their husband, wife, mam, dad, son, daughter, sibling, friend or other relative. Providing information, advice and guidance to carers in and around Sunderland – and it’s all confidential, non-judgemental and impartial. The Carers Centre is a “centrepoint” for carers in the city, assisting directly when and where they can and linking people with other organisations when more appropriate, to ensure every user gets the support they require.

Adult Social Care and Support – Sunderland

If you need care and support, there are a number of organisations that may be able to help you. Sunderland Information Point contains information about services and activities for adults, older people and their carers.

Groups and Workshops – Sunderland

Sunderland Carers Centre runs groups to give carers the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation. These groups include:
  • Carers Coffee Mornings: The Sunderland Carers Centre kitchen is available any time for carers to make themselves a coffee and a chat.
  • Carers on the Move: enjoy the sights of Sunderland on foot while making friends and getting fit with a weekly walking group for carers, friends and family. Led by a trained walker on Thursday mornings.
  • Crafty Cuppa Class:  An informal course of craft-based activities, a regular get together for people of all abilities to learn some new skills, have a cuppa and just switch off for a while.
  • In Touch Group: Monthly meeting for carers of adults with learning disabilities.
  • Parent Carer Transition Group: Monthly group that is open to all Parent Carers caring for a young person aged 14 - 25.
  • Partners Group: For couples where one partner has a physical disability or long-term illness.

Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa – Charcoal Fabric

  • Amazon's most popular smart speaker: now with a fabric design and improved speaker for richer and louder sound.
  • Voice control your music: stream songs from Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, TuneIn and others. You can also listen to audiobooks from Audible.
  • Bigger, better sound: pair with a second Echo Dot for rich, stereo sound. Fill your home with music with compatible Echo devices in different rooms.
  • Ready to help: ask Alexa to play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather, set alarms, control compatible smart home devices and more.
  • Connect with others: call almost anyone hands free including UK mobile and residential numbers (from UK only), other Echo devices, Alexa app and Skype. Link your Vodafone account to make and receive mobile calls. Instantly drop in on other rooms in your home or make an announcement to every room with a compatible Echo device.
  • Alexa has skills: with tens of thousands of skills, Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new skills like tracking fitness, playing games and more.
  • Voice control your smart home: turn on lights, adjust thermostats, lock doors and more, with compatible connected devices.
  • Designed to protect your privacy: built with multiple layers of privacy protection and control, including a Microphone Off button that electronically disconnects the microphones.

Force – Women’s Shoes (Size 4-9)

£83.99
Leave the fuss behind when you slip into the Friendly Force, a featherweight slip-on with front Easy Shoe Access for every day convenience. Removable, supportive, memory foam insoles, breathable and stretchable mesh-knit uppers, and an ultralight outsole combine for a dreamy comfort experience from sun up to sun down. Experience hassle-free on-and-off with patented front Easy Shoe Access. ESA creates larger entry portals and is easier to pull than straight, lateral, or wrap-around zippers. Removable memory foam footbeds with arch, heel, and metatarsal support for all day comfort. Anti-slip outsoles for increased stability on slick surfaces. Friendly fit accommodates wider feet. See sizing guide for AFO/SMO compatibility. Not recommended for medium to large sized AFOs.

Excursion – Women’s Shoes (Size 4-9)

£89.99£95.99
Meet the stylish, lightweight mid top that’s in a league of its own. Crafted for comprehensive comfort with a cushioned midsole, smooth linings, ample interior padding, and a luxurious (removable) memory foam insole. On-trend styling features suede leather and fabrics engineered for breathability while the patented Easy Shoe Access technology creates an uncomplicated and joyful experience every time. Experience hassle-free on-and-off with patented rear Easy Shoe Access. ESA creates larger entry portals and is easier to pull than straight, lateral, or wrap- around zippers. Absorb shock and alleviate pain with removable memory foam footbeds featuring dual density heel, arch, and metatarsal support. Lateral support, anti-slip stability, and smooth, breathable linings for all-day comfort and security. Wide-expanding upper and generous toe-box depth accommodates width requirements, swelling, orthotics, and AFO/SMO. A shockingly lightweight mid top trainer weighing in under 260 grams.

Carers Emergency Planning – East Riding of Yorkshire

If you are aged 18 or over and are responsible for caring for someone who lives with you, it is important to consider what would happen if you are caught up in an emergency and unable to carry out your care duties. You can do this by creating an emergency cover plan so you know the person you care for would be kept safe if a situation occurs. You should also carry a carer’s emergency contact card.

Carer Support – East Riding of Yorkshire

The Carers UK Digital Resource for Carers, brings together a number of specially-designed digital products and online resources all in one place to get the best results for carers and help organisations provide comprehensive information and support to you in your caring role, including local bespoke information. The one-stop-shop website will help you identify sources of support including technology, as well as promoting your own health and wellbeing, while enabling your independence.

Carer Support –

The Lancashire Carer's Service provide information, advice and a wide range of specialist support services designed to help Carers continue in their caring role for as long as they choose and reduce the impact the caring role can have on their own health and wellbeing. This is achieved through work directly with individual Carers to discuss their concerns and needs, and design a tailored personalised support package.   Support available includes: 
  • Carers’ Assessments and reviews 
  • Coffee and Chat support groups in North and Central Lancashire  
  • Regular magazines providing information on local groups, activities and courses 
  • Support for contingency and emergency planning 
  • A huge range of Digital resources 
  • Access to a CHAT line manned by empathetic and helpful people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year 
  • Access to Volunteer Befriending and Sitting in Services to help you take a break from caring and provide additional company and support 
  • Access to other community, health and wellbeing services 
  • Opportunities to volunteer, make friends and provide support for others 
  • Carers’ Awareness Briefings
 In addition all registered carers will be invited to join the Carers’ Community Network to share their experiences and make new friends.

Carer Support In-Hospital – Lancaster

It can be a difficult experience to know that someone you love and care about has a mental health problem. You will need both information and support to be able to help them now that they are in hospital. Equally hospital staff need to work in partnership with you. They need your commitment, expertise and experience to achieve the best results for the patients.

Carer Support – Lancaster

The Lancashire Carer's Service provide information, advice and a wide range of specialist support services designed to help Carers continue in their caring role for as long as they choose and reduce the impact the caring role can have on their own health and wellbeing. This is achieved through work directly with individual Carers to discuss their concerns and needs, and design a tailored personalised support package.   Support available includes: 
  • Carers’ Assessments and reviews 
  • Coffee and Chat support groups in North and Central Lancashire  
  • Regular magazines providing information on local groups, activities and courses 
  • Support for contingency and emergency planning 
  • A huge range of Digital resources 
  • Access to a CHAT line manned by empathetic and helpful people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year 
  • Access to Volunteer Befriending and Sitting in Services to help you take a break from caring and provide additional company and support 
  • Access to other community, health and wellbeing services 
  • Opportunities to volunteer, make friends and provide support for others 
  • Carers’ Awareness Briefings
 In addition all registered carers will be invited to join the Carers’ Community Network to share their experiences and make new friends.

Carers Emergency Card – Wandsworth

The Carer’s Emergency Card Scheme provides peace of mind that in the event of an emergency, the person you care for will receive help and support whilst you're not there. The scheme helps you develop a plan for what might happen if you had an emergency and were unable to carry out your normal caring responsibilities. The Carer’s Emergency Card is recognised by local health and emergency services, so if you aren’t able to call a friend of family member, your emergency plan will be activated.

Groups and Workshops – Wandsworth

Wandsworth Carer's Centre run a range of training courses and workshops to support Carers in their caring role and to develop personal skills and abilities outside of their caring role for self-development. Examples of courses we have provided include:
  • Improving Self-Esteem
  • Budgeting
  • Speaking up
  • Train the Trainer
Courses we regularly offer and that are co-produced with Carers include:
  • Stress Management
  • The Carers Star
  •  Long Term Planning

The Stress Management for Carers course has been designed and developed with Carers for Carers.

It involves two 3 hour sessions that are delivered over two consecutive weeks and include the following:

  • What is Stress?
  • Personal Stress Triggers
  • Time Management and Prioritising
  • Coping Strategies & Stress Management Techniques
  • Breathing and Relaxation Exercises

Carer Support Service – Wandsworth

If the person you care for is admitted to hospital, it’s possible that this can effect the needs of both yourself and that person. There is a process that should be followed within hospitals to ensure a safe hospital discharge: Patients should be involved in every step of their discharge and discussions about what needs to be put in place should start as soon as possible. As a Carer, you should also be involved with this, with the permission of the person you care for. An assessment should be carried out to determine if care needs to be arranged for when a patient returns home and what that care will look like. It may be that extra personal care is required or equipment is needed to aid recovery. It is important that, as a Carer, you are able to talk about what you can and can’t, reasonably, do. Perhaps the mobility of the person you care for has become restricted due to their hospital stay and you are unable to assist them with moving; this would need to be explained in order to make sure the correct help is put in place.

Groups and Workshops – Bedfordshire

Carers in Bedfordshire groups and workshops offer you the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation, learn more about the condition you are caring for and of course, catch your breath.  You can find details of all our events below. Some talks are available for you to watch at any time.
Carer support groups are friendly, informal get togethers, sometimes with a guest speaker, where you can chat to others about your caring role, and give each other support. Or simply just listen and be with others. They run all over Bedfordshire, and now on Zoom, too. Caring can be lonely so having contact with other carers can fight off that horrible feeling of isolation. You can come regularly or just pop in now and again, and stay for a short time. You can:
  • Share with others what it feels like to look after someone
  • Have your own needs recognised and understood – it’s a time for YOU.
  • Get information and learn more about support and local services
  • Share ideas on looking after yourself and managing your caring role
  • And what’s said in the group, remains in the group – it’s confidential
Support groups usually take place at places like community centres or cafes. There’s always tea/coffee on offer and staff there to support you too. It can be daunting to come along for the first time by yourself – but you can be sure of a warm welcome.

Carers Emergency Card – Bedfordshire

You may be worried about what will happen to the person you care for if you are involved in an accident or crisis that prevents you continuing in your caring role. The Central Bedfordshire Carer’s Emergency Card enables you to record what you would like to happen in case of an emergency. The small card can easily be stored in your purse or wallet. If an emergency arises, the card will alert people that you are a carer and will know who to contact to make sure the cared for person is safe.