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Love Your Skin

Love Your Skin

In a day and age where social constructs have caused the desire to be beautiful to spread worldwide, mass-produced beauty products are offered at some fairly exorbitant prices and many of them do very little good for our skin. This extends to most things, unfortunately, with today’s reality painting a picture of everyday products, from… View more

Three Soups for a Warmer Winter

Three Soups for a Warmer Winter

Fortunately, this year nutrition and your health needn’t fall by the wayside, with some of the best seasonal winter veggies available to help create warm winter soups that are not simply delicious, but nutritious too. Winter squash assortments like butternut and acorn are exceptionally good for fighting cancer, all of which are fantastic sources of… View more

Travel More, Stress Less

Travel More, Stress Less

It is often said that a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body, and there is no doubt that travelling brings with it an unmatched peace of mind. Unfortunately, there are a few factors that have the ability to make what was meant to be an exciting experience, an extremely stressful one…. View more

Autumn – Cold & Flu Remedy

Autumn – Cold & Flu Remedy

Autumn Has Arrived and so Has the Flu Much like the seasons, ailments are cyclical and Autumn, for many, brings with it the dangers of colds and flu, while allergies and asthma get kicked into high gear. 6 Causes of Illness Ancient Chinese medicine considers cold, heat, wind, summer heat, dampness and dryness to be… View more

Herbal Teas & Their Effects

Herbal Teas & Their Effects

Quite possibly the oldest beverage in human history, people have been drinking tea over the last 500 years and this is not simply because it’s delicious. It was originally created in China as a medicinal drink, with the benefits of green and black tea needing no new emphasis with regards to improving your health. This… View more

Detoxing Heavy Metal Toxicity

Detoxing Heavy Metal Toxicity

High levels of exposure to environmental heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and aluminium can cause acute or chronic toxicity. The result? Damaged or reduced mental and central nervous function and damage to vital organs. Even more alarming, research shows that long-term exposure may lead to physical, muscular, and neurological degeneration. In short, the pollution… View more