We all know that feeling of perspiration. It can be felt after your hours at the gym, an embarrassing bi-product on a hot day or even a reaction to being nervous on a first date. Sweating is a basic human function, but have you ever looked into the health benefits of getting your sweat on?
If you aren't made of money to buy all organic produce, you definitely should keep this list in mind whilst doing your weekly shopping to prioritise what should be organic in your shopping basket.
Lets talk heavy metals. No, we aren't referring to Metallica. Have you heard about Mercury? Well if you haven't, you should have, because you're eating him daily in your tuna salad. Along with Mercury, there are 23 other heavy metals found in our environment that can be very harmful to our health...
News flash. Even if your diet is up to scratch, most people are deficient in minerals. This is mostly due to the degradation of modern day soil quality and our modern lifestyle.
We know that what comes around goes around. It’s the catchphrase for heartbroken women everywhere. It’s even the title of a classic Justin Timberlake tune. But did you ever consider the same could be said for our relationship with the environment?
In this 24/7 world we live in, it’s common place to put everyone and everything before our own wellbeing.
But at what cost?
When’s the last time you thought about indoor air quality? People spend an average of 90% of their time indoors and take between 17,000 and 23,000 breaths a day. In that context, it certainly makes indoor air quality sound much more important, right? It is. Today we’re sharing 5 facts everyone needs to know.
Ever wondered what is actually in your tap water? This week the EWG has released a searchable online Tap Water Database that allows anyone in the US to see the quality of their drinking water by entering their ZIP code.
You're probably familiar with the term inflammation and how it relates to your body?
About to hit the gym? What if we told you a bath might be just as effective as exercise when it comes to your health.
As a society we are becoming more conscious about what we put inside our bodies via the food we eat, yet we often overlook what we put on our body even though it may affect us just as much. It takes approximately 28 seconds for some chemicals we put on to our skin to enter our bloodstream. We wouldn't eat aluminium, yet most of us rub it on to our underarms everyday...