Kheyrne Danu


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.

gut flora | Longevity LIVE

Forget boring grocery shopping – new social innovation hubs birthing around South Africa invite you to purchase your organic vegetables, while experiencing the colourful buzz of creative community projects. Mandy and Peter Shrimpton of Heart Capital are showing us how well sustainable grassroots projects can work. The Shrimptons met Mamma Rosie founder of

Have a good look in your wardrobe – what is it saying to you today? Putting a little effort into our attire could make more of a difference than we thought. According to a psychological study headed up by Professor Karen Pine, UK, a woman’s choice in clothing is heavily

Mammograms are not fun. To have our breasts tightly compressed between two cold metal plates of an x-ray machine, is simply invasive and painful. Recent research found this radiological approach is not as affect as was previously portrayed. Being aware of the last 15 years of controversy surrounding mammograms; new Swiss study “Abolishing Mammography

When one is in the mood, there is very little more satisfying than sensual, passionate, love-making. We all go through waves of sexual inspiration, but when we have a long-term dry patch, our personal motivation and relationship chemistry can take easily take a dive. Sometimes it is the little things

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Sugars are found in most foods including plants, dairy and red meat; however not all sugars increase blood glucose. Insulin resistance (pre-diabetes) is the body’s response to long-term high blood glucose levels. The negative impact of carbohydrate foods that break down into glucose is ten times stronger for people with

I attended the Old Mutual Health Convention, organised by Tim Noakes and Karen Thomson, hosted the first international summit on Low Carb  High Fat (LCHF), at the Cape Town Convention Centre (CTICC), recently. The conference assembled a diversity of speakers that shone a light on a few important, and infamous, key

When you buy organic products, you are not just buying non-chemical; you are supporting the farmers, the economy and our ecology. The idea is to reshape our economy into an “eco-economy”. But how do we get there? Organic agriculture is a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems

The world’s first Low Carb High Fat Summit, the Old Mutual Health Convention, is happening in Cape Town, from the 19th till the 22nd February 2015 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). The convention will host sixteen doctors and researchers from around the globe, as they look into why cutting out the carbs is the

Buying locally grown, locally made products not only puts a smile on the face of our community farmers, it also often is a healthier choice. By eating locally, you cut the carbon footprint usually associated with imported food. Here are few steps to eating organic. Eat Local, Ethical and Organic