As if painful cramps, pimples and the urge to weep over everything from spilt coffee to a cheesy fabric softener ad weren’t bad enough, our monthly period can also bring on a slew of digestive issues like gas, bloating, diarrhoea, and constipation.
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Kombucha is to the wellness world what Kylie Jenner is to pop culture: so hot right now. But is the fermented tea all it claims to be? To answer this all-important question, Gabrielle Kassel drank four bottles a week for three months.
As the temperature drops and everyone from your colleagues to your cat starts sneezing around you, you’ll probably be on the lookout for anything that can help boost your immune system to fight off germs and bacteria.
Hey, we get it, winter makes getting out of bed and into the shower difficult, let alone putting on gym wear and working out. You’d rather put slipper socks over your socks, order in and make a dent on the sofa until spring.
It’s only natural to be overprotective of your children - you made them after all! But new research suggests that letting your kids roll around on the floor and come into contact with some of the grossest things in your house could actually help make their systems stronger.
Let’s face it: despite its best intentions, cauliflower rice can be a downright mushy disappointment. But this weeknight-friendly recipe promises to turn even the saddest cauliflower head into a taste sensation with the addition of almonds, raisins, scallions and cinnamon.
Certified IIN coach, Caitlin Fay has been sharing her journey into motherhood on Instagram in the hopes of supporting other moms and moms-to-be. Here she talks us through her experience with nausea during pregnancy:
Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric that gives it its yellow hue and disease-fighting power. Thanks to these impressive healing properties, curcumin is now the golden child (pun intended) of the wellness world.
Our bodies need to be in a relatively alkaline state with a pH scale of anything above 7 to stay healthy.