We all enjoy a good meal. Tasty food is one of life’s great pleasures, and it’s even better when enjoyed in the company of good friends (All Covid protocols observed!). Warm, generous food, and laughter and friendship, is a delight to us all. The challenge is to balance what we eat with how we live.
We tend to look at health from our perspective, and how our health is affected, or how we can improve our health. But it is also useful to look at the bigger health picture around the world. It helps to understand the systemic structure of global health and how it affects us, and our communities.
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard These words from Annie Dillard ring true for all of us.  Look back over the past week, and review what you have been doing. We are caught up in the net of familiar habits and comfortable routines. And if we
How to build 4 long-term healthy habits.
Our long-term health is the combined effect over time of our regular daily habits. If we drink one sugary, fizzy drink on a particular day, it will have little effect on us. But consume a fizzy drink every day, over a decade or two, and the accumulation will have unfortunate effects on our health. Here
The same principles that underlie our human health, can also be applied to the organisations in which we work. Healthy organisations attract the best people, deliver superior results and are great places to work. Organisations that actively manage their organisational health – they do not leave it to chance – report superior financial performance. Organisational
Being fearful is inherent to the human condition. It’s the way we protect ourselves from legitimate threats, it’s how we cope with life or death situations. But for many people fear is an unavoidable daily reality. Fear comes to us in many difference guises. Some of the fears we live with are: Gender based violence
This is probably the last thing you want to think about at this stage of your life. It is never too early to think about the end of your career and your retirement.  And it is precisely at this stage of your life that you should begin preparation. You are working hard on building your
5 ways to run your way to health
Running is a simple, low-cost way to build your fitness and maintain your weight. And after a year of living with the Covid pandemic, we are all in need of some good solid exercise. Teboho Ndzuzo from our Dananda Talent team, coordinates the Regenesys Running Club, and shares the following benefits of running with us: