The passé retirement days, when Grandma and Grandpa would spend the rest of their days sitting around on the porch, waiting for the grandkids to visit, are long gone. Today, once you’ve stopped working full-time, there’s still the opportunity for a lively and exciting life. People are now retiring later and
We all know the benefits of exercise – they are legendary, after all. Unfortunately, not all of us are ready to hit the weights or spend our Saturday mornings joining a park run. Obstacles such as sports injuries, busy schedules, and chronic disease symptoms have a way of stopping us
This is certainly a different kind of alphabet and the statistics show that it is quite dangerous. After tuberculosis, hepatitis is the second major killer infectious disease. According to the World Health Organisation, 9 times more people are infected with hepatitis than with HIV. Today is World Hepatitis Day. Today
Are you feeling sluggish and tired? Want to beat the winter slump and get a head start on your summer beauty and wellness? Look no further than our Beauty Break morning workshop! Take a leisurely drive from Johannesburg to De Hoek, and join Longevity and Solal on the 7th of
Sleep deprivation is on the rise globally, and toxins have a role to play in that. It is estimated that approximately 50-70 million people are suffering from sleep disorders in the U.S. alone. These disorders include insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy, and breathing-related sleep disorders. On top of that, a study published in
From a young age, we are taught to take our vitamin supplements daily. They are supposed to make us stronger, healthier, and help us enjoy better immunity against illness. Nowadays, however, the buzz is asking whether your vitamins are doing what they’re supposed to – and whether it’s possible that
Independence Day meals are always a treat. Salmon is a popular, healthier choice for a barbecue, picnic or celebratory dinner meal. That said, there is one growing question in terms of salmon. Consumers are beginning to wonder if they should be adding genetically modified salmon or “Frankenfish” to their shopping carts?
If you take the time and care to listen to your inner critic, we will be able to fulfill our goals. However, if we are not clear on our true intentions, and we do not fully know ourselves, we can become unclear about what is truly most important. This creates
The best health advice I ever got was from Kurt Amman, who started Rosendal Vinegar in Stellenbosch. He said you should always aim to put the highest-quality ingredients that you can afford into your body. The best book on this enormous, polarizing, complex and emotional subject is Nutrition and Physical
Technology Is Driving A Personalized Wellness Revolution, But It May Not Be Enough To Change Bad Health Habits
The world of technology and big data are two industries that are revolutionizing our lives and our wellness. The way we travel to work, order our food, book our holidays and the way we communicate with our friends is fundamentally different from what they were just a few years ago.