‘Menopause’ is also known as the ‘climacteric’—a word indicating a critical period or event, possibly having extreme and far-reaching implications. The term ‘climacteric’ refers more to the gradual changes of ovarian function that start before the menopause and continue thereafter for a while, whereas the term ‘menopause’ refers more to the specific event (i.e. the cessation of menses/monthly menstrual bleeding).
What do the sun-drenched olive groves and your skincare routine have in common? The answer is squalane, a heavenly ingredient that originates from olive oil and makes your skin glow like never before!
A very high percentage of people in the UK are magnesium deficient. Learn more about this amazing mineral essential for good health...
Some information about Lyme disease (not Lymes) and tick remover tools
Why not try some 'Purple Gold' powder in this no-cooking-required recipe...
Peruvian Ginseng, aka Maca, the Colourful Cruciferous Vegetable (including recipe: Maca & Tahini Smoothie)
Looking at the colourful cruciferous vegetable, Maca (aka Peruvian Ginseng)
Learn about 'gelatinized' maca--no gelatine is used. This blog includes a recipe for Almond Butter & Maca Biscuits
why not try this recipe for Matcha Smoothie Bowl
Whether it’s a toddler’s chicken pox scars, a teenager’s acne scars, the stretch marks of pregnancy, age spots on older skin or any post-surgical scarring, rosehip seed oil can help to reduce these.
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