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The Science of Sleep

The Science of Sleep

10 July 2018 Endeavour College of Natural Health

Most people consider sleep to be a time when the body and the mind shut down. However, this is not quite accurate. According to The Sleep Foundation (1), “sleep is an active period in which a lot of important processing, restoration, and strengthening occurs.” There are, of course, still many mysteries surrounding exactly how this happens, but scientists are just beginning to understand some of sleep’s acute functions.

How to drop the hustle mentality and connect with your mind, body & soul

How to drop the hustle mentality and connect with your mind, body & soul

21 March 2018 Jackie Morgan

Jackie Morgan from Well Hub Nutrition speaks about self-love over self-sacrificing: How to drop the hustle mentality and connect with your mind, body & soul. Jackie shares her top tips on how to avoid living in your sympathetic nervous system (fight-and-flight) and focus on activating your parasympathetic nervous system (rest and repair) regularly to ensure you're optimising your health and well-being.

Four Toxic Problems and their Natural Solutions

Four Toxic Problems and their Natural Solutions

13 March 2018 Endeavour College of Natural Health

Most of us today are constantly inundated with information, whether it is from our demanding jobs, everyday responsibilities, or our social feeds. With so much going on, It can be easy to overlook the small aspects of our life which are greatly impacting our health, such as the hidden toxins we encounter each day. In light of Poison Prevention Week (March 15-21), take a few moments to think about some of the toxins impacting your daily routine.

Lion’s Mane mushroom – a superfood for the nervous system?

Lion’s Mane mushroom – a superfood for the nervous system?

28 February 2018 Alexandra McPhee

Anyone initiated into the world of health and cooking will know that the array of culinary delights available in the form of edible mushrooms is vast, yet what is known of the medicinal qualities of these seemingly innocuous damp-dwelling organisms? 

Justyna Kalka gave us the rundown on adrenal fatigue

Justyna Kalka gave us the rundown on adrenal fatigue

23 January 2018 Justyna Kalka

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.

How to experience the serenity of mindfulness meditation

How to experience the serenity of mindfulness meditation

3 May 2017 Katrina Schilling

Opening your arms to the world of meditation can seem tricky and intimidating. Most of us have heard by now that mindfulness meditation is good for our health, but where to begin? Naturopath student Katrina Schilling talks us through some beginner techniques to help you find your calm.

The MTHFR mutation – it’s all in the genes

The MTHFR mutation – it’s all in the genes

27 March 2017 Endeavour College of Natural Health

The MethylenetetrahydroFolate Reductase (MTHFR) gene mutation is gaining widespread attention from researchers and medical professionals. Those in the know believe it could hold the answer to a plethora of medical conditions – anxiety, depression, fatigue – even miscarriages. With 40 per cent of people having the mutation, we brought in Carolyn Ledowsky, Founder of MTHFR Support Australia to talk us through the basics.

Forming the natural bond of a lifetime

Forming the natural bond of a lifetime

23 March 2017 Endeavour College of Natural Health

For naturopaths, educators and ‘opposites’ Randa Karzon and Amie Steel, what started as a work association evolved into an irreplaceable connection and the friendship of a lifetime.

Nutritionist creates Melbourne’s newest spiritual festival

Nutritionist creates Melbourne’s newest spiritual festival

21 November 2016 Endeavour College of Natural Health

After feeling underwhelmed by the holistic health festivals she’d attended across the world over the years, nutritionist Briony Goldsmith hatched a plan to create a spiritual festival unlike anything Melbourne had ever seen before. We asked Briony to take us behind the scenes of her upcoming Soul Star Spring Festival.

How I switched to organic without blowing my budget

How I switched to organic without blowing my budget

8 November 2016 Keren Slutzkin

Is it possible make the switch to organic and actually save money in the process? Keren Slutzkin has a family of four to feed and shares her story.