Medicinal mushrooms: everything you need to know
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
1w ago
What exactly are medicinal mushrooms? Medicinal mushrooms, also known as functional mushrooms, are unique because of their nutrients, medicinal compounds and immunological activity. There is overlap with culinary mushrooms as some mushrooms such as shiitake (Lentinula edodes), oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) and indeed white button (Agaricus sp) are classed as functional mushrooms as well.  What do you mean by medicinal compounds in mushrooms? All mushrooms contain primary and secondary medicinal active compounds. The most studied primary acti ..read more
Visit website
Strength in Unity: How Family Support Systems Aid Addiction Rehabilitation
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
3w ago
In the journey through addiction recovery, the support of family is paramount. Substance abuse not only affects the individual struggling with addiction but also reverberates through the entire family unit, causing emotional strain, fractured relationships, and a sense of helplessness. However, harnessing the power of family support can significantly enhance the chances of successful rehabilitation and long-term recovery. Here, we delve into the importance of family dynamics in addiction recovery and explore how families can unite to navigate the challenges together. Understanding the Impact o ..read more
Visit website
Best Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplements to Try Today
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
1M ago
Are you ready to discover the secret to better health and wellbeing? You may have heard about the incredible benefits of omega 3, but do you really understand what makes it so essential for our bodies? In this post, we will delve into the fascinating world of essential fatty acids and explore the remarkable impact they have on our overall health. We’ll uncover the science behind omega 3 and how it interacts with our bodies to promote heart health, brain function, and more. You’ll be amazed by the wide-ranging benefits that the ingredient offers, and you may be surprised to learn just how cruci ..read more
Visit website
Healthy, simple supper: folate-rich kale pasta
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Laura C
1M ago
Most of us are careful to keep the right levels of things like iron, calcium and zinc in our diets, but it seems that one vitamin in particular, is going under the radar: folate. A survey by Discover Great Veg revealed that despite the nutrient’s importance to our wellbeing, 75 percent of Brits don’t know folate is found naturally in food. And, 1 in 5 think it’s only pregnant women who need to consume it at all. But that just isn’t the case. Folate matters to us all – from anaemia to cardiovascular disease and even mental health, not eating enough folate (otherwise known as Vita ..read more
Visit website
Pre and postnatal exercise: the lowdown
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
1M ago
With an abundance of pre and postnatal exercise advice on the internet, separating fact from fiction can feel tricky, and finding find trustworthy experts who are specifically trained in this area can be confusing.    To help set the record straight once and for all, we tracked down three pre and postnatal trained wellness experts to help debunk myths around pregnancy wellness.  They confirm the pre and postnatal exercise advice you should ignore, and give tips on what to do instead.  “Pregnancy yoga strengthens your body in a gentle, low impact way, which can help avo ..read more
Visit website
Is organic skincare actually better for your skin?
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
2M ago
What sets organic skincare apart? In short, organic skincare products – certified by the Soil Association COSMOS Organic and COSMOS Natural standards – don’t contain many of the harsh ingredients known to disrupt your skin’s microbiome and your hormones. Microbiome friendly skincare is a growing trend in beauty. And it’s one that doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon, for good reason. But what actually is the skin microbiome, and how do the cosmetics we use affect it? What is the skin microbiome? “While there has been increased awareness of the microbiome of healthy bacteria that ..read more
Visit website
5 easy food swaps to improve gut health
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
2M ago
Before we look at what you can do to help improve gut health, let’s first of all see why it’s so important. Living within our gut are trillions of microorganisms (mainly bacteria) and when we keep them healthy they help to support our overall wellbeing. When we look at our number of cells, we are actually only 43 percent human, the rest of us being microbes, so it is not hard to understand why we need to look after them!  Gut bacteria thrive on different foods including prebiotic fibres and polyphenols.  As a by-product they produce wonderful chemicals, including short chain fatty ac ..read more
Visit website
8 Best Ayurveda Beauty Treatments For Skin, Body and Hair
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
2M ago
If you want flawless skin and glossy hair without resorting to harsh synthetics, look no further than Ayurveda. This gentle practice originated on the Indian continent over 5,000 years ago and is still going strong today. It’s based on the belief that health and wellbeing depend on a delicate balance of the three doshas (energies found in the body) kapha, vata and pitta – or earth, air and fire. Ayurveda beauty rituals and treatments play a large part in both the daily routine (dincharya) and seasonal routine (ritucharya) in Ayurvedic practices. Massage, yoga and spiritual are teamed with appl ..read more
Visit website
“I Tried Ghost Anchoring And This Is What I Learnt”
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
3M ago
This year, like many, I am on a mission to start as I mean to go on; that is with a clear head, a nourished body, and a healthy sense of wellbeing. It is a simple goal, but one that many of us are working hard to fulfil. And that’s why I was so intrigued to hear about ghost anchoring recently. Unsurprisingly, over 95 percent of professionals in the UK are struggling to cope with silent health conditions or so-called ghost conditions induced by anxiety and stress according to new research conducted by New Life Portugal, a renowned wellness retreat in Portugal.   Ghost conditions ..read more
Visit website
Your 7 day guide to meditation
Natural Health Woman Magazine
by Natural Health editorial team
3M ago
Stay in the moment with these seven different ways to try meditation, for each day of the week Meditation has come a long way since it was first considered a hippy fad where people sat cross-legged and thought deeply. Nowadays, it’s a routine part of keeping feelings of anxiety and stress at bay, with a celeb following of the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Oprah. And, its popularity has only risen. In 2014, the question: ‘how to meditate’ was the fourth most-searched term powered by Google. Plus, 72 percent of GPs consider learning mindfulness meditation skills helpful for patients with mental ..read more
Visit website

Follow Natural Health Woman Magazine on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR