Health News

  • Anaemia (Iron Deficient Anaemia)

    Anaemia is a serious global public health problem that particularly affects young children and pregnant women. WHO estimates that 42% of children less than 5 years of age and 40% of pregnant women worldwide are anaemic.  Anaemia is a condition in which you lack enough healthy red blood cells to carry life sustaining oxygen to your body's tissues. Having anaemia, also referred to as low haemoglobin, can make you feel tired and weak. There are many forms of anaemia, each with its own cause. Anaemia can be temporary or long term and can range from mild to severe. Anaemia can have more than one cause - here we talk about Iron Deficiency Anaemia, the most common cause of anaemia.

  • Menopause - A Journey

    Happy Menopause - here we go! Menopause is part of the natural lifecycle for women.  With the right supports and lifestyle, it can be the start of a fantastic new journey as you say goodbye to menstruation and flourish and enjoy your new life.  This blog aims to teach you about menopause, how it happens, the supports you need and the lifestyle choices that will make such a difference to your journey.
  • Gallbladder Health (an extremely important organ for good health)

    The Gallbladder is one of the most important organs in the body for good health.  Its primary function is to store and concentrate bile, a yellow-brown digestive liquid produced by the liver to help digest food.  It is also the collective point for many of the toxins and waste the liver filters from the bloodstream, such as cholesterol particles, which are also delivered into the intestines along with the digestive bile to be eventually expelled from the body.  Ignore it at your peril!