Herbs are well known for their medicinal qualities, but they can also be a valued part of your beauty routine. Discover the beauty benefits of seven herbs: frankincense, green tea, camomile, lavender, calendula (marigold), rosemary and turmeric. Before cosmetic products existed, many cultures around the world utilised native herbs, oils, spices, mud and even insects […]
A naturopath-approved beauty guide to ageing gracefully through healthy habits, nourishing foods and a few smart tricks for a firm and fresh complexion.
It’s undeniable that society’s reliance on the quick-and-easy fix is causing mayhem – for human health, our planet, and future generations. Naturally Inspired is the perfect resource for those on a mission to live a natural life free from avoidable toxins. By replacing a few store-bought products with DIY alternatives, not only will you improve your overall health […]
Our DIY organic, natural dry shampoos are free from nasties and can be found in your kitchen pantry.
If you are tired of browsing the cleaning product aisle, searching for environmentally friendly options, why not mix up your own potions?
If you haven’t experienced the joy of making pickles, jams and jellies at home, here’s a beginner’s guide to inspire you.
Community gardens are a creative outlet for people from all walks of life, and a growing movement in many parts of Australia.
When you grow and dry your own medicinal herbs, help is always at hand for sudden and chronic ailments.
Interval training is a great way to spice up your cardiovascular workouts, boost your metabolism, increase your aerobic fitness and shed unwanted body fat while maintaining lean muscle mass.
Most gyms these days are kid-friendly, offering child minding facilities that allow busy Mums some time to themselves to squeeze in a workout. If your local gym doesn’t have a creche, membership doesn’t work into your budget or you prefer to be around your bub while you exercise, this is the perfect workout for you!
In order to make fitness improvements and reach goals, we must push the boundaries. The body is an amazing, readily adaptive machine and if you repeatedly do something that you find easy, you won’t improve.
This week’s challenge is to push the boundaries and complete as many push ups as you can in 60 seconds.
Most of us have heard the term “core strength” at some point, whether it be at the gym, on television or at the physiotherapist’s office, but what exactly is core strength and why is it so important?
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