What delivers an instant boost to your mood and your immune system, while stabilising your blood pressure and reducing anxiety? No, it’s not a miracle drug or a super-food – we’re talking about a simple hug! How does science back hugging? Several scientific studies show just what happens in your body when you’re hugged; … Read More
Lactose intolerance is often blamed for tummy troubles in children who drink cow milk, but the truth is lactose intolerance is uncommon across all populations before 2 or 3 years of age. Read on for more about lactose – and what might really be causing the symptoms. By Dr. Annie Salsberg, ND All lactose is … Read More
According to FDA regulations, animal fats are not permitted in infant formula. This means that the fat in formula must come from vegetable oils. Read on to learn more about fatty acids, KABRITA’s premium OPO fat blend and how it supports development. By Dr. Annie Salsberg, N.D. Fat is a critical macronutrient for babies and … Read More
In this post Joalida Smit explains different theories of dyslexia and shows how theory guides appropriate treatment. A neuropsychological assessment can identify the core mechanisms underlying the different types of dyslexia and identify which treatment option is needed.
If you, like many, have tried but failed to reach your fitness goals, then hiring a trainer might be for you. A trainer can be a better personal investment than that new fitness fad!
The Kommetjie Block house is situated on the top of Slangkop mountain, overlooking the Lighthouse. It was built for the defence of the Radio Station during World War I and offers the most amazing view over Kommetjie. I love looking down at the going’s on of the town from there, the Kom, the slip way, … Read More