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If you are home schooling your children, keeping them entertained and active, while also stimulating their brains is a big job, but there are some creative tips to help. Education expert and former primary school teacher, Becky Cranham, of PlanBee, has some great ways to embed learning in fun activities, including: What’s cooking?: Baking provides a wealth of learning opportunities­– and produces delicious results! Working through a simple ...

With the nation in self-isolation, and concern around Coronavirus, it’s never been more important to care for your health, and especially your immune system. Coronavirus, or to give its official name, COVID-19, is a key concern across the world, and the British Naturopathic Association has offered some important tips on how you can keep healthy and ensure your immune system ...

A new app has been created to support women in mind and body. YogaBellies has designed the Mind Body ME Programme, a new app which is designed to empower and support women on their journey throughout womanhood. Founded in 2008 by Cherly MacDonald, YogaBellies first took off when she started teaching pregnancy yoga in her spare bedroom after her son ...

Keeping fit can be hard to fit in with busy lives and getting to the gym can be difficult. Which is where the Kaia Personal Trainer comes in. Developed with physiotherapists and fitness experts, Kaia Personal Trainer is the first fitness smartphone app to use patent pending AI-powered motion tracking technology. The app tracks physical activity with a 16-point system ...

The College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) has secured a coveted accreditation for its Natural Chef course. The course has received the Independent Cookery School Association (ICSA) accreditation, which recognises that CNM Natural Chefs abide by a set of ecologically sustainable, green and ethical principles. Sustainability is a pivotal part of the CNM philosophy and students are encouraged to choose locally ...

New Irish research has revealed the public believes orange juice is a sugar sweetened drink. Some 42% of people admitted to mistakenly believing pure orange juice contains added sugar, in the research conducted by Fruit Juice Matters, a non-commercial educational initiative established to inform healthcare professionals about the proven health benefits of 100% fruit juice. According to the new research, ...

A revolutionary new app has been launched to help you track your food to ascertain the health of your gut microbiome. Atlas has been created to help people better understand their food choices and promote dietary diversity, in which unique AI technology analyses how the food you eat influences your gut microbiome and helps to identify areas of your diet ...

This time of year is a special one, it signals the changing of the seasons, we know Christmas is nearing, with all the fun and joy that brings, and here at Naturally Good Health, this time of year is extra special as it marks the launch of our annual Product Awards. Each year, we launch a search for the best ...

A new poll has revealed that only half of Irish women will speak to their family or friends about bladder leaks. The new research comes from the campaign, Always Discreet, which has been created with a mission to break the silence on bladder leaks and encourage women to start a conversation. It was found that nearly two thirds (62 per ...

Leading trainer, Karl Henry, has urged thought leaders in Ireland to join the conversation around incorporating health and wellness into everyday life. Real Health with Karl Henry is now Ireland’s number one health and fitness podcast, reaching over one million listeners in just over a year of launching, where Karl has shared some of the most inspirational pieces of advice ...