What’s new in this issue!
* Nutrition for intuition Discover how to enhance your spiritual and psychic gifts with foods that are brimming with life-force energy.
* Meet The Naked Vegan Maz Valcorz is the founder and director of Sadhana Kitchen, Sydney's first organic, raw food and vegan cafe.
* Holistic pelvic health Women usually only focus on pelvic health when they are pregnant or there's a problem, like pain. However, it is here that our true feminine creative centre lies.
* Food intolerances, explained It is very important to differentiate food intolerances from food allergies, in order to treat them effectively.
* Meditation, anywhere, any time We learn from the rawness of our desires, fears and hatred – but to learn what emotions can teach us, we have to know how to listen.
* The problem with mould The incidence of mould allergies is increasing. Nutritionist Tara Thorne tells you how to find out if you're at risk, and what you can do about it.
* Not in vein As a rule, varicose veins are more unpleasant than dangerous, but they can cause serious complications, so it's worth learning what you can do about them.
* Today, in micro-gardening … Sydney’s cost of living is more expensive than for Paris. Growing a small fruit, herb or vegetable garden can cut down food expenses tremendously.
* Cultivating kindness By cultivating compassion towards yourself and others, you can learn how to transform your life and relationships for the better.
Plus: Yoga for back pain, shamanic soul healing, upcycling magic, recipes from The Yoga Kitchen's Kimberly Parsons, the pros and cons of salt, holistic remedies for bloating, an exclusive interview with Megan Watterson on The Divine Feminine, eating to boost your mood, a TCM perspective on unexplained infertility, and much more in the February-March 2017 issue of Nature & Health, on sale February 1!