Wellspring is a leading health and wellness blog dedicated to sharing useful, uplifting and thought provoking opinions and insights from a select team of writers intended to help its readers live more enriched and nourishing lives. Wellspring Blog complements the magazine of the same name which is produced by Endeavour College of Natural Health, Australasia's largest degree conferring institution offering degrees in complementary medicine.
Endeavour Alumni, Justyna Kalka is a qualified nutritionist, fitness lover and martial arts expert. We caught up with Justyna to give us the rundown (walk down may be more appropriate) about the signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue and naturals ways to prevent and manage it.
Who doesn't love a smoothie bowl during Summer? With so many combos and flavours to experiment with, this one sneaks in some extra veggies that are bound to make it a hit. Top it with your favourite fruits and other crunchy things like cereal and nuts to give you a more satisfying start to the day than a regular smoothie (because you can't down it 10 seconds!).
Nutritionist Samantha Gemmell’s relationship with her mother Barbara has transformed over the years, from being a source of friction to the unbreakable bond it is today. Since nursing each other through cancer, now they are confidants, friends and roommates with a shared fascination of health and wellness and bold dreams for their future.
When one health-conscious mother snuck bone broth into the ice blocks she made her kids and tested the waters by popping them on the menu of her Bronte shop, she couldn’t have expected the reaction that would follow. Wellspring caught up with Bone Broth & Larder founder Soulla Chamberlain to find out about her nutritious popsicles.
This beautiful Hibiscus and Rose Water Kombucha Jelly recipe was created by the very talented Endeavour Alumni, Georgia Barnes. Containing gut-friendly kombucha, these light and refreshing jelly's are perfect for summer.
Move over acai bowls, there’s a new guy in town and he’s come all the way from Hawaii. Introducing the poke bowl (pronounced poh-keh), the latest healthy food trend to hit our shores. But just how healthy are they?
When budding naturopath Samantha Bennett was selected as one of 20 young social change makers as an ambassador for a revolutionary approach to development called Gross National Happiness (GNH), she began a quest to show the world why happiness is no laughing matter.
When naturopathy student Amanda Callan moved from a cramped two-bedroom unit in North Bondi to raise her children on a farm on the outskirts of Byron Bay, she realised how delicious a slower pace of existence can be.