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  • Why I Encourage My Clients to Have Regular Epsom Salt Baths

    Magnesium plays a number of roles in the body, such as regulating the activity of over 325 enzymes, reducing inflammation, helping muscle and nerve function and helping to prevent artery hardening. Unfortunately there are many things that can deplete the body’s stores of magnesium

  • The Difficult Art of Self Compassion

    The Difficult Art of Self-Compassion “We need to re-learn the value of calculated moments of self-compassion; we need to appreciate the role of self-care in a good, ambitious and fruitful life.”

  • Bone Broth Benefits

    Bone Broth Benefits for Digestion, Arthritis and Cellulite Bone broth benefits For thousands of years, there have been traditional foods like fermented vegetables and cultured dairy that have been touted for their health benefits. But one common healing food that is now being recognized — so trendy that it’s a staple of the Paleo diet…

  • Reflux – When not enough acid is the problem.

    Acid reflux is a common and uncomfortable condition that many people experience today. Most people believe that acid reflux is caused by excess stomach acid and this belief is reflected by the widespread availability of Antacid medications to treat symptoms. What most people don’t realise is that acid reflux is more often a LOW stomach…

  • Types of Stress

    Types of Stress Everyone relates to stress and knows how debilitating it can be. Stress in small amounts is good for us, although high levels of chronic stress are known to be the leading cause for many conditions and diseases.

  • How can I help handle my stress?

    Everyone has to deal with stress. There are steps you can take to help you handle stress in a positive way and keep it from making you sick. Try these tips to keep stress in check: Develop a new attitude

  • 8 Things Kids Can Say and Do to Stop Bullying

    How to intervene to stop unwanted aggression Neuroscience shows us definitively that acts of kindness change the brain and that school-based programs that specifically integrate the teaching of kindness and empathy into the academic day note real reductions in bullying. 

  • The Power Of Positive Thinking

    The Power of Positive Thinking by Rob Schneider When you’re feeling negative, all those books by self-help gurus about the power of positive thinking can seem more like wishful thinking than practical advice.

  • Encouraging Kids to Play Outside with Pets

    Encouraging Kids to Play Outside with Pets With the increase of ‘digital play’, encouraging children to spend time outside is becoming more and more important. Most animals naturally want to go outside. Can they be an inspiration for your children?

  • Brain-boosting benefits of exercise can be passed on to children

    Brain-boosting benefits of exercise can be passed on to children through sperm, study suggests Exercise led to build up of molecule in sperm of mice, making offspring better able to learn Parents may be able to set their offspring up with a head start in life by exercising, researchers say, after a study found the…

  • Digital Dementia

    What is Digital Dementia? Digital Dementia is a sensory mismatch in the brain from over utilization of technology and excessive slouched sitting postures, leading to signs and symptoms of dementia.  When children spend an excessive amount of time on their devices with poor posture a sensory dissociation occurs where the back of the brain is…

  • 6 Ways to Boost Your Brain Health With Food

    “The brain is highly sensitive to every bite you take,” says author, filmmaker, and brain health expert Max Lugavere. He would know: After his mother was diagnosed with early dementia, Lugavere made it his mission to understand the causes of and ways to prevent the disease.