In our Winter 2020/21 issue, we spoke to Naturopath and author, John Byrne ND, BHSc, about the health-protecting potential of Live Blood Analysis. Read it below.
We love interviewing both established and emerging holistic names for our magazine, and one of the people we spoke to for our Winter 2020/21 issue was Roddy MacDonald of Water for Health. Read our piece below!
We love interviewing emerging and established names in the holistic health world … and in our Winter 2020/21 issue, we got the full scoop from Felix Hughes of Nuzest, on the company’s amazing protein powders.
In times of uncertainty, there is no better way to find peace than carving out a moment to rest and connect with ourselves – especially if we can make this a daily practice. We loved this article by Joerg Muller of Solaris Botanicals, which appeared in our Winter 2020/21 issue.
CBD has attracted a lot of attention in recent years, but one under-explored area of this subject is the unique synergy that can come about through the use of this product: how it interacts with other herbs, and amplifies their healing effects. In our Winter 2020/21 issue, we spoke to Cara Long of Alta CBD to find out more.
Vitamin C has long been known for its positive health effects, and thanks to our friends at Abundance and Health, we recently learned that liposomal supplements of this vitamin could be even more beneficial than the traditional form. Read our Winter 2020/21 article on the subject below!
The renowned theologian, author, coach and overall wise woman Judith McAdam is one of our valued regular contributors, and we love her work. Enjoy her offering in our Winter 2020/21 issue: a reflection on what it means to be sovereign, and ‘in the driver’s seat’ of our own lives.
For our Winter 2020/21 issue, our publisher Paul got the chance to visit the amazing Creacon Wellness Retreat, and learn how the centre has grown since it first opened. We highly recommend it as a getaway destination, once travel becomes possible again.
In our Winter 2020/21 issue, our regular sustainability columnist Davie Philip wrote about the importance of local food sovereignty, and how this is key to developing our communities’ resilience in the years ahead.
This article was triggered by the renewed interest in raw cows’ milk and also by discussions about the role of the cow in the current debate on climate change.