Here at the School of Natural Health Sciences we respect everyone’s way of studying, that’s why we’ve incorporated two options into our school, self-study & tutored. Whichever you choose, these tips could really help you through your learning journey.
The glutes are one of the most common places that we store our tension. It’s a lot more common in women than in men, so if you’re female, your chances of being tight-arsed are a lot higher!
Recently doctors are documenting a massive influx of patients suffering from a lack of magnesium, which usually we’d never be short of because it should be present in our everyday drinking water.
Just a single tablespoon of rosehip pulp gives us more more than 60mg of vitamin C. It is fast becoming the go-to beauty serum in many parts of the world.
In life it’s just pot luck whether we get sick or not. Studies have shown a number of lifestyle habits, foods and environmental factors all play a part in increasing the possibility of cancer forming in the body. So all we can do, is reduce our chances.
Brain training can be achieved by learning a new language, solving a puzzle, forming and memorising a dance routine or putting paintbrush to canvas. You can also use technology to help you. These brain training apps will do the trick!
Napoleon Bonaparte once said ”The best cure for the body is a quiet mind”, and he was right! However in this ever consuming world we live in, it’s not that easy. Here we give you some simple tips for relaxation.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way! and both have been applied in order to create these marvelously delicious and nutritious alternative doughnut recipes.