Childhood microbiome health: the secret to resisting illness. 0
Childhood microbiome health: the secret to resisting illness.
Sharing is caring – a delightful virtue when it comes to little humans; but when it is a plaguing cold or a nasty tummy bug, it can be nothing short of a family catastrophe! Whilst these kinds of experiences can help children build a robust immune system,
Why Everyone Needs Fish Oil 0
Why Everyone Needs Fish Oil
Which nutrient helps alleviate the pain of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, supports brain and skin health and also reduces the risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease? Not sure? Here’s a hint: it’s found in seafood and is particularly abundant in fish. If you answered omega-3, you are correct! This essential nutrient provides a
EMFs: The Invisible Toxins of our Time 0
EMFs: The invisible toxins of our time
Technology has forever changed the world we live in. From smart phones to solar panels, our lives are infinitely more connected and convenient – thanks to the vast array of gadgets and appliances available at our fingertips. Whilst it’s true that these devices enrich our lives in many ways, mounting evidence warns that our prized
Your Must Have Energy Nutrient 0
Do you wake each morning feeling unrefreshed? Are you a victim of 3pm-itis? Do you wish you had more energy to get to the gym? With modern life full of personal stressors, work demands, social commitments, relationships to nurture, healthy food to prepare and exercise to complete, you wouldn’t be alone
Why You’re Feeling So Fatigued 0Modern stress is a handbrake. As a collective we’re experiencing unparalleled levels of fatigue, but why? Simply put, our bodies are trying to function in a world they just weren’t designed to live in.
Is your thyroid the smoking gun behind your symptoms? 0
Do you or someone you know suffer from a thyroid condition? If so, you may be aware how big of an impact this small gland can have on the body.
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that sits in the lower part of your neck. Its primary role is to produce the hormones, thyroxine (T4), which is the inactive form, and, triiodothyronine (T3) the active form. T4 is first produced by the thyroid and then sent out into the body to be converted into T3.
Leg Cramps: Why They Happen & How to Defeat Them 0
Have you ever experienced the sudden, painful seizing of a leg cramp? Ranging anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes, the onset is typically rapid, and can occur during exercise, sleep or at rest. Whilst a cramp can come and go, they are normally pointing to a larger imbalance occurring within your body. Let’s
6 Ways to Disconnect from a Connected World 0
Does this sound familiar – you’ve just found an awesome event while scrolling through Facebook, texting your friends, sharing your day on Instagram, checking your emails and binge watching your favourite new TV show? We can’t refute it, digital technology and social media have firmly cemented their places in each of our modern lives.
Surviving Mondayitis: It’s A Real Thing 0
Surviving Mondayitis: It’s A Real Thing Have you ever struggled to get up on a Monday morning? The despair as you hear the alarm going off, the temptation to hit ‘snooze’ multiple times … we’ve all felt it. But did you know that “Mondayitis” is actually a scientifically recognised phenomenon? Your Body on Different Time
The Remarkable Properties of Collagen 0
Taking collagen for its health and healing properties has become a popular trend in recent years. Naturally found in the connective tissue of animals, it is the main protein responsible for keeping the tissue that connects, supports, binds, or separates other tissues or organs firm and flexible. Making up 30% of our physical architecture, your