Heat Shock Proteins – How they can help with Depression & Inflammation

Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) are proteins that occur in living cells when your core body temperature rises above normal level. These little proteins can be induced to form when we are exposed to heat such as in a hot bath, saunas, hot yoga and exercise. HSP are one of the main reasons that we see such health benefits from heat …

5 Reasons to add Collagen to your Diet & What is it?

Collage is a type of protein that is the major component of muscles, bones, hair, skin, nails, our digestive system and blood vessels. Our bodies have many types of collagen but 80% is made up of 3 types that are present in high concentrations in the above tissues. Think of collagen as the ‘glue’ holding us together making tissues stick, …

Endangered Human Movements – by Nicole Paine, DC, MSc, FRCms

The term ‘endangered movements’ was coined and defined by bestselling author and bio-mechanist Katy Bowman. She describes movements that we all naturally used to be able to do without effort such as a resting squat, barefoot walking/running, hanging and flexion of the hips to name a few. She also brings about the concept that many of our other movements are …