Anxiety - a feeling we have all experienced at some point in our lives.
So many situations or experiences stimulate a fight or flight or stress response in our bodies that we experience and label as anxiety. Some experiences are more traumatic and deeply life-changing than the day to day stresses.
Here we dive into some simple things you can do in your day to overcome the ongoing stress of anxiety.
One thing that we keep up in our daily routine to boost both our health and immunity, no matter how busy we get, is the intake of vitamin C.
But not all vitamin C's are created equal! That's why we love using Kakadu plum, the highest food source of vitamin C in the world. In this post, we explain why it's so amazing and how you can incorporate it into your day, too.
There are negative ions all around us.
We can find them around moving waters (like waterfalls, rivers and the ocean's edge), in the forest and even in our garden, especially after the rain.
These amazing things in nature are good for our body and mind, but what are they exactly? And how can we get more into our days?
Winter has officially arrived so there’s no better time to ensure your immune system is as strong as it can be to keep colds and flus at bay. Besides a tropical island escape, what are the 7 things you can do to help you keep your glow on naturally through the winter blues?
Here are 7 top tips to build immunity and stay positively glowing with good health this winter.
As Mother Nature flows into a new, cooler season, so do we.
It's important to support our immune system as our body adjusts to the change in temperature as we may fatigue more easily. Often a cold or flu circulates through work or school and as seasons change and we're more susceptible to "catching" those germs.
Succulent, juicy and plump. These are signs of both a healthy cactus as well as healthy hydrated skin.
To survive in harsh, dry conditions cacti have developed techniques to hold water within their fleshy folds and use of their spines to provide shade as well as reduce airflow creating a mini habitat within a habitat. We humans, however, whilst being incredibly amazing are not able to hold our water quite so well.