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.

dietary supplements | Longevity Live

The long-standing debate on the availability of nutritional supplements and herbs is still a hot topic. Whether you believe they should be easily available or prescription only may not be as important as the regulation of quality. Even though we all have a right to good health we also need

depression | Longevity Live

Today almost 20% of South Africans are suffering from depression and anxiety – and although the word is commonly used in day-to-day conversation, depression is not a disorder to be taken lightly. In fact, if unresolved it can snowball into a far more severe health problem. Recent research in this

Inflammation is now known to be at the root of many lifestyle diseases such as autoimmune disorders, depression, high blood pressure, cancer, cardiovascular disease and alzheimer’s. Thankfully we now understand the nature and cause of inflammation. Firstly it starts in the gut, which makes it a good place to turn it off.

anxiety | Longevity Live

Living with anxiety can be immobilizing. It’s difficult to navigate your day if you don’t know when or where your next panic attack may occur. Even though anxiety is often seen as a mental issue, one forgets that neurotransmitters and steroid hormones largely influence our mental state. Even though it

turmeric | Longevity Live

Yoga isn’t the only gift traditional Indian cultures have shared with the west. Turmeric is one of many potent spices treasured by Ayurvedic doctors, and for a good reason. Being the subject of over 7000 peer-reviewed scientific articles, turmeric shows ancient Indian medicine had it right with their bright orange root.

pulmonary fibrosis | Longevity LIVE

Youthful skin starts with hydration. Even though the skin is the biggest organ in the body, it is also the last organ to receive water and essential nutrients. Dehydrated skin can easily become wrinkled and loose. Some fruits and vegetables are as hydrating as water, if not more. Water-rich fruits and

Have you ever seen a French woman wearing a padded push-up bra? Well I haven’t. The simplicity of chic may carry more than just sex appeal, it could also be the key to a healthy bosom. While so many of us are prowling the underwear department for sexy bras, celebrities

permaculture | Longevity Live

Growing your own food is becoming a new trend. In this series Longevity speaks to some of South Africa’s top gardening experts to help you on your way. Gardening in a flat or townhouse often calls for a bit of creative flair. Whether you hang small pots or tier planter

Youthful skin | Longevity Live

Youthful skin starts with hydration. Even though the skin is the biggest organ in the body, it is also the last organ to receive water and essential nutrients. Dehydrated skin can easily become wrinkled and loose. Even though stress, sleep, food and hormones all impact our skin, a good hydration

skin food | Longevity Live

There is nothing like having soft, smooth glowing skin to help us to feel good. With the onslaught of stress, pollution and lack of sleep, taking care of our skin is an essential part of our daily routine. It is known that the skin is the body’s largest organ, and