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Monday, 26 June 2023

Olfa Hafsa

breathwork naturopathy

Could your breathing be the cause of ongoing symptoms?

We all know how crucial breathing is. It is, after all, the one single thing that we do continuously from birth to the last moment of our life.

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Wednesday, 21 June 2023

Aphrodite Bogias

naturopathy women's health

The hidden phenomenon of perimenopause

A recent survey in 2022 discovered that over 90% of women have never been taught about menopause and more than 60% did not feel informed or have any knowledge of the sequence of physiological events which lead to a woman’s final menstrual cycle.

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Tuesday, 20 June 2023

Endeavour College of Natural Health

meet the instructor nutrition

An introduction to Dr Brad Leech

An innate desire to help people and a passion for natural health has been the driving force behind Dr Brad Leech's career.

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Monday, 12 June 2023

Aphrodite Bogias

mens health testosterone

Optimising testosterone levels in men

Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in males. It’s responsible for competitiveness, energy, and drive, as well as increased libido, muscle mass, and body hair. Testosterone is also required for sufficient levels of red blood cells, regular sleep pat…

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Tuesday, 6 June 2023

Diana Cosovan

chicken recipe

Recipe: Peanut chicken stew

After a hearty and flavourful meal to spice up your recipe routine? Look no further than this slow-cooker peanut chicken stew.

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Monday, 5 June 2023

Endeavour College of Natural Health

career mentor

Why and how to find a mentor in natural health

Traditionally when you graduated in natural health, you would become an apprentice to a more experienced practitioner. Today, this is no longer the case, which is why many health practitioners recommend that students seek a mentor.

A mentor is someone wh…

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Tuesday, 30 May 2023

Anna Doktor

healthy living lifestyle stress

How stress impacts your mental and physical energy

Let’s set the record straight. Stress is a biological response which impacts your mental and physical energy.

When you feel stressed, you go into a fight-or-flight-or-freeze response. The main stress hormone, adrenaline, makes you feel energetic and moti…

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Wednesday, 24 May 2023

Tracy Gaibisso

immunity recipe winter

Recipe: Immune-boosting oxymel tonic

We all know that feeling ­– the tickle in your throat, the heaviness in your head, the sense that a cold or flu is about to take hold. It's not a pleasant feeling, and we'll do almost anything to ward off the impending illness.

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Monday, 22 May 2023

Tracy Gaibisso

immunity naturopathy winter

Tips for avoiding the flu this season, according to a naturopath

With winter fast approaching, Tracy Gaibisso – a herbalist and naturopathy lecturer at Endeavour – shares some wisdom to keep your mind, body, and spirit in tip-top shape.

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Friday, 19 May 2023

Endeavour College of Natural Health

cpe professional development

Who takes Endeavour’s CPE courses and why

Health professionals now have an exciting new way to actively invest in their lifelong learning with the launch of Endeavour’s online Continuing Professional Education courses. But who can benefit most from this opportunity, and why is it a good idea to…

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Wednesday, 17 May 2023

Endeavour College of Natural Health

chinese medicine meet the instructor

Meet the instructor: Greg Cope

Greg Cope is a passionate and valued member of the natural health community, having dedicated over 12 years to the VET and Higher Education (HE) sectors. Currently the National Educational Pathways Manager at Endeavour College, he’s also a member of the…

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Wednesday, 10 May 2023

Lexie McPhee

naturopathy skin health wellness

Stress driven acne: How emotional health impacts skin

Stress is one of the most common drivers of acne that I see in my clinic. In fact, the longer I am in practice, the more obvious it becomes that the root cause of acne often lies within the psychological and emotional health of the person.

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