Written by Endeavour College of Natural Health | Tuesday, 29 December 2020
2020. What a year. We don’t need to talk about the year that was as we all well and truly lived it. Instead, let’s take a look at which articles on the Endeavour Wellspring blog gained our attention in 2020. From a classic konjac noodle piece to exploring the modern wonders of an ancient treatment, here are the articles that piqued your interest this year.
We love featuring our students and alumni! One student who you loved reading about was Sarah Paterson. Sarah made the switch from nursing to naturopathy after being shocked about how much medication people took without actually knowing much about it. Read her story.
Written by one of our acupuncture academics, Chris Fehres, this article explores the wonders behind some of acupuncture’s most popular treatment points. Heard of the point Stomach-36 (ST-36)? Read more about this vital acupuncture point.
An oldie but a goodie. Naturopathy alumna, Lexi McPhee, delves deep into the world of lion’s mane mushroom and its medicinal qualities. Thinking about adding it to your diet? Lexie shares a couple of ways you can do just that.
Good question. This is something we get asked a lot, so we thought we’d put it into a handy blog post for people to refer to. While there are crossovers, the two practices draw on different philosophies. Find out more.
Drum roll, please…
The most read article for 2020 is…
Written seven years ago, this article by Samantha Ward continually tops the most read charts every month. Still relevant today, this article all about the low-cal konjac noodle explores their nutritional value and their down sides. Haven’t read the article yet? We’re shocked! Read it here.
Endeavour College of Natural Health is Australia's largest Higher Education provider of natural medicine courses.
The College is known as the centre of excellence for natural medicine and is respected for its internationally recognised academic teams and high calibre graduates. Endeavour offers Bachelor of Health Science degrees in Naturopathy, Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine, Acupuncture Therapies and Chinese Medicine, Undergraduate Certificates, a Diploma of Health Science and massage courses.