As children we typically feel excited about getting older, with milestones like reaching the double digits and dreams of what the absolute independence of adulthood
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I could have picked any age really: 30, 40 or 50 and beyond. We notice changes at all ages, but it is often the zero
You probably look in the mirror every day—but are you really seeing what’s going on? Our outer reflection tells us a story about what is
Do you feel like no matter how hard you try to do the “right” thing, your body seems to have a mind of its own? Presenting you with all sorts of confusing symptoms like skin challenges and thinning hair or eyebrows?
Attend any school event where there are children aged six, and you see many little girls who could rule the world. Their posture is upright, their eyes are bright and they have confidence in who they are—whether that is bold and boisterous or quiet and reflective.
How often do you feel overwhelmed by the everyday tasks in your life? When everything feels urgent or we perceive immense amounts of pressure in our daily lives, it communicates stress to our body. And for far too many people, this is becoming a daily occurrence
Ageing; no matter how we feel about it, it’s something we can’t avoid. What we do have more control over, is how we transition through the years.
Inflammation is one of the major drivers behind ageing. Put simply, inflammation is your immune system’s response to a stimulus – usually problematic substances that have entered your body or been created in your body.
When we hear the words “anti-ageing” most of us think about the outside of our body—the part of us that other people see. We want to look good for our age; to have beautiful, unblemished taut skin and a youthful glow.
From the soil, health and beauty are born. The soil contains minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, which we need to live. But we can’t eat the soil, so we need a medium that is able to supply us with the Earth’s nutrients.