Healthy Way Issue 39
Alfres Vogel writes on hiking: People would not have died at 50 or 60 had they done more walking, because this healthy and relaxing exercise releases healing powers that benefit our body tremendously.
Jan de Vries writes: I often hear the expression - It started with the common cold. It is very likely that the cold in question has been ignored and so has caused, in some cases, insurmountable problems.'
So much of our culture is negative about age, particularly with regard to women. Everywhere you see encouragement to hide any sign of the passing years. Alison Cullen takes a positive look at ageing.
Many parents face the misery of head lice. For most this means a variety of failed lotions, sprays and mousses. Dr Mark Cole examines how natural products can help where synthetic products have failed.
Animals can suffer emotional problems, but being unable to express feelings as we can, their distress can show up in other ways, leading to uncharacteristic behaviour. Catriona Varini looks at how Essences can help.
Did you realise that every time we wash use soap, munch biscuits, apply lipstick or light a candle, we could be endangering the orang-utan? Ann Burnett looks at the impact of palm oil production.
Weight loss is never an easy task. Before you dive full tilt into your slimming schedule, Kirian Taylor suggests you check up on the areas that might catch you out.
Walking every day can be fun as well as good for you. Catriona Sim looks at how to fit 10,000 steps a day into a busy schedule and enjoy both the physical benefits and the beauties of nature..
Karyn Mackay looks at the benefits of the delightful wild pansy (Viola tricolor). While many of us grow them and appreciate their beauty, few of us grasp the importance of such special plants.
Alison Cullen answers readers' questions on phebitis, exam nerves and sciatica.