Kheyrne Danu

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About the author: Kheyrne Danu has spent the last seven years working with women through personal coaching and workshops on natural wellness; she is also the brainchild of the Super Thrive brand, a natural product for stress support. Kheyrne first studied interior design, but soon switched to natural wellness, a subject that has fascinated her for over 16 years. She also trained as a kinesiologist, a doula and yoga instructor, as well as being a professional dance teacher and bodywork practitioner. Kheyrne feels that life really shines through when one has a great understanding of and relationship with one’s own body. She is a writer for Longevity magazine.

cholesterol | Longevity Live

Even though cholesterol is a hot topic of conversation, it is still a confusing one. There are many aspects to this tiny molecule, most of which are vital for our existence. So how do we know what is good cholesterol and what is bad cholesterol? The Good the Bad and

sugar detox | Longevity live

The craving for sugar isn’t in your head, it is your body’s cry for fuel! Until recently fat was condemned as the big baddy but now we know sugar is the real culprit in lifestyle diseases and weight gain. Today obesity is classified as a state of malnutrition caused from

protein | Longevity Live

With rising evidence that plant based diets are a healthier option, no wonder many of us are revising our eating habits. But how do you ensure that your body is obtaining sufficient protein from plants, required for longevity? Here are the top sources of plant based protein that are an

cellulite | Longevity Live

Every woman wishes for that one, simple, solution for cellulite. But what is this dimply tissue and how do we make it vanish? Cellulite Research has discovered that the main culprit is hormonal – oestrogen dominance. This is not surprising considering stress and xenoestrogen environmental chemicals, proliferate our natural oestrogen

antibiotics | Longevity Live

Recent findings show that long-term use of antibiotics can impede memory and brain cell growth, as well as gut health. The link between the gut and brain has been under the medical spotlight for over a year. But a recent scientific paper published in April 2016 shows a clear link

beauty sleep | Longevity Live

Beauty sleep is not just a saying it’s a fact. Research shows that good quality sleep is important for brain function, stress tolerance, weight balance and anti-aging, plus it’s a great cost-effective health technique. Simple ways to improve the quality of your beauty sleep 1. Sleep Apps Technology has some

vitamin c | Longevity Live

Celebrities are queuing up for their boost of intravenous (IV) megadose Vitamin C. The moment celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, caught on to the skin renewal, hormone support and energy boosting qualities of vitamin C, they were hooked. IV bars and Drip spas, such as New York-based Liquid Fusion, are popping

progesterone | Longevity Live

Women in a healthy balanced state exude a sense of calm, sexy, confidence. Unfortunately our hormones can easily put a damper on things and we know that low progesterone is known to compromise one’s mood, weight balance and libido. Even though oestrogen is seen as the women’s hormone, its sisterly

vitamin k2 | Longevity Live

Vitamin K may be one of the more recent vitamins discovered, but it has a major role in our body – especially the elusive vitamin K2. Vitamin K1 is obtained from your diet in the form of leafy greens such as kale, collards, romaine lettuce, cauliflower, spinach, broccoli. Vitamin K2

anti cancer carbs | Longevity Live

Today we have access to a delicious variety of foods, most of which contain some level of nutritious carbohydrates that can be beneficial for cancer prevention. Unfortunately these anti-cancer carbs are often condemned for the damaging affects of refined carbs (acellular carbohydrates). In our environment we are exposed to harmful