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It's improtant to inderstand the function of probiotics and factors affecting bacteria in the gut. Read our latest article to find out what you need to know about chirldren's gut funtion and what to look for in a probiotic. 

Why should you care about your child’s digestive bacteria?

The gut microflora is slowly colonised over the first years of life and once colonised will generally be set for life. Probiotics after this time are generally passed through the digestive system (transient) and may be needed to be taken regularly to provide benefits. Therefore early exposure (via mother’s influence or a supplementary source) may have lifetime implications on health and wellbeing, digestive function and systemic immunity.


Bees: the tiny little creatures that buzz from flower to flower, drinking nectar and making the long trip home to make their hives and their honey, have made some incredible contributions to human health.

To some, bees are annoying, or even scary, but they make two substances that have amazing properties for supporting our health and wellbeing.

The first is one you surely know about: honey. The sweet, sticky substance that sweetens your tea, which bees make for their food, has wonderful properties that can alleviate soreness and infection. More specifically, Manuka honey, produced in Australian by pees that pollinate the Manuka bush, has received special attention because of its health properties above and beyond conventional honey.

The second, called propolis, might be something you have never heard about before. It is the waxy or resin-like substance, also known as bee glue, is used to make the beehive. Its use for medicinal purposes has dated back to as early as 350 B.C.


The skin benefits of Propolis Extract are abundant.

It is one of the only substances in the world, scientists say, known to contain nearly all of the vitamins and nutrients needed to sustain life.

Unlike honey, Propolis is derived from the sap of coniferous trees, such as pine and hemlock trees, which never lose their leaves. Bees are able to convert this sap into a sticky resin, which is said to range in color from brown to green. The bees then use the Propolis like a glue, or concrete, to hold their hive together.


The Natural Life team is proud of their new display  hive at Sydney Airport.

Our farmers cultivate Australian Manuka plants (locally known as 'jelly bush') so we can enjoy locally produced Manuka Honey.

Natural Life™ Manuka Honey is a premium grade, pure, hand harvested Australian honey from beehives along the northern coast of New South Wales, Australia.


Kids get into all kinds of trouble when they’re playing outdoors, but you wouldn’t have it any other way! Propolis liquid or spray can help with cold sores, bumps and scratches, and also with injuries that aren’t accident-induced.

Childhood scrapes and sores are a part of growing up, but it doesn’t have to slow your kids down! The antibacterial and antiseptic properties in propolis help keep germs out so scratches and sores don’t become infected. And if an infection has already taken hold, propolis can help treat and heal.

Here's a few things Propolis can be helpful to improve discomfort and speed up the healing process :

  •  Grazes, scrapes, cuts and abrasions
  •  Mosquito bites
  •  Other insect bites and stings
  •  Cold sores
  •  Wind-burn
  •  Pimples/acne, inflamed skin A natural propolis liquid or spray is an excellent product to carry in your handbag – especially if you are a mother of young children.

Propolis spray is easy as it's available in liquid or spray form, making it easy to apply to children’s skin. Alternatively Propolis liquid can easily be applied with a cotton swab, just as you would with any other topical treatment. Propolis contains antibiotic properties which may be why direct application improves and quickens the healing process. Whatever the factor, natural propolis liquid helps heal wounds and skin irritations fast!

Propolis is a natural anti-inflammatory and can help ease the inflammation and pain. It has a mild anaesthetic effect that helps temporarily soothe pain in the area. This is another unique action of natural propolis that makes it especially useful for children’s wounds.

Natural Life™ Propolis and Manuka Honey spray combines two of nature’s most powerful natural antibactertials in one convenient pack. The spray pack allows you to easily apply Propolis and Manuka Honey spray to skin or the mouth/throat without the need for cotton swabs or gargling. A simple squirt and you’re done!

As with all Natural Life™ products, this Propolis & Manuka Honey Spray is manufactured according to the highest quality standards from the best quality raw materials available. Add Natural Life™ Propolis & Manuka Honey Spray to your healthcare cabinet or handbag for easy natural health support!. 


Honey is a blend of sugar, trace enzymes, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids that has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antioxidant properties.

Honey has been valued as a natural sweetener long before sugar became widely available in the 16th century. Honey production flourished in ancient Greece and Sicily, for instance, while animals other than humans – bears, badgers, and more – have long raided honeybee hives, risking stings for the sweet reward. Honey is truly a remarkable substance, made even more extraordinary by the process with which it is made. This blend of sugar, trace enzymes, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids is quite unlike any other sweetener on the planet. And while honey is high in fructose, it has many health benefits when used in moderation (assuming you're healthy).


Boost skin health, look radiant and feel great with 99.9% pure Squalene.

The Uses of Squalane for Skin Care Many beauty and skin care experts have lauded the effects of squalane on the skin. This oil, which occurs naturally in the body, is also found in olive oil and in the livers of certain sharks. Squalane is not to be confused with squalene, which is the non-hydrogenated form of shark liver oil and which tends to quickly oxidize when exposed to the air. More and more beauty products are adding squalane to their cosmetics, skin creams, and anti aging serum products because experts believe it is a natural moisturizer.

If you’re considering creating a skin regimen based on this oil, you should first learn a bit more about why so many skin care experts find it effective and whether or not you risk suffering any side effects from its use. Squalane as a Moisturizer Although squalane is produced naturally by the body, the production of this chemical slows drastically after age thirty, thus contributing to dry skin. Using a moisturizer with squalane may help restore the proper balance of the skin’s oils.

One benefit that many people enjoy about squalane is that even though it is technically an oil, it does not have an oily feel. It also has no odor and is non-comedonal, which means that it will not clog pores. This ingredient is also believed to have anti-bacterial properties, which may reduce the symptoms of existing acne without causing redness, stinging, or peeling. Products that contain squalane also tend to absorb slowly into the skin and may be more effective for sensitive skin, as the oil has been clinically proven to be non-irritating. Much like vitamin E, squalane creates a barrier between the skin and the environment so the skin can better retain moisture as it protects the external layer of the epidermis at the same time.

Using Squalane for Skin Problems

Many skin care experts and other medical professionals assert that squalane has a number of positive effects on uneven skin pigmentation, scars, and age spots. Much like retinol, this oil is believed to fight free radicals in the skin that are caused by the sun’s UV rays. This is an important consideration, because dark spots on face and hands are often caused by the skin’s reaction to long-term exposure to the sun, which creates more melanin in those areas to protect it. The use of beauty products that contain squalane may fade these marks over time because of the oil’s ability to sink deep into the skin and repair it. Keep in mind, however, that the effectiveness of squalane on UV-damaged skin is still being studied, so it’s important that you remain realistic about the results you expect to achieve.

Squalane as an Anti-Aging Ingredient Several studies conducted in recent years show that squalane not only hydrates and softens the skin, but may also be an effective anti-aging ingredient. Because squalane spreads easily over the skin and penetrates so deeply, it may help to lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It may also fight aging by protecting the skin from UV rays and free radicals, which destroy skin cells and damage the skin’s natural collagen.

The Side Effects of Squalane

While there are little to no known side effects that come from using squalane, there is the environmental concern that the squalane that is being harvested from sharks is threatening their population. If you want to take advantage of the purported benefits of this ingredient but object to these animals being killed to collect the oil, you do have a choice when making a purchasing decision. Read product labels to see if the squalane was derived from plants, such as olives, or if it was harvested from captured sharks. Maximise these health benefits with 99.9% pure Squalene oil from Natural Life™ Squalene. Natural Life ™ Squalene is a premium quality product from the southern dogfish shark which has been shown to yield the highest concentration of squalene and alkyglycerides. Natural Life™ Squalene is proudly Australian owned and manufactured in a GMP facility, so you can trust the quality and purity of the product and our processes in delivering this premium natural health product to you.


In Australia, we’re lucky to have low-levels of pollution, but overseas is another story. Internationally, there is rising alarm about pollution and its impact on public health.

What is pollution, and what effects does it have on health?

Pollution comes from various sources including dust, mould, chemical sprays and toxins, but the pollution we read about in the media is what we commonly call ‘smog.’

The technical term for smog is 'ground level ozone', and it occurs when sunlight combines with chemical pollutants from vehicle and industrial emissions. This is why smog is more common in highly populated industrial cities and is more prevalent in summer or warm climates. Smog levels are at the highest at the end of the day - after a day’s emissions and heat. Frequent exposure to ground level ozone pollution is known to have negative health implications in both the short and long term.

How can air pollution affect me?

Air pollution has a strong effect on people with existing respiratory or health issues like asthma, bronchitis or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Smog aggravates these conditions and may intensify symptoms; coughing, wheezing and inflammation or trigger an asthma attack.

More general effects in healthy people include irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, and an increased chance of respiratory infections. Those most likely to be affected are the very old, very young, pregnant women and people who work or exercise outdoors in high-smog areas, including children.

Long term health impact of pollution exposure

The negative effects of long-term pollution exposure are becoming a grave point of concern for public health. Some potential health risks of long term pollution exposure include:

  • Reduced lung capacity
  • Decreased lung function
  • Greater likelihood of respiratory illness and infection
  • Aggravated cardio vascular illness
  • Premature aging of the lung tissue
  • Shortened life span

Many people feel unable to escape the risk of environmental pollution, with good reason. There are however, some things that may help reduce the impact of pollution on your health.

What you can do to lower your risk

  • Check the Air Quality Index (AQI) in your city or town. Use a website like this as a guide:
  • Manage when and where you exercise; eg. exercise outdoors in the morning only. Don’t exercise near busy roads or industrial areas, and not at all if the AQI is high
  • Avoid being outdoors in the early afternoon or evening, especially on hot days
  • Don’t smoke (!!)
  • Cleanse your respiratory tract often; use a saline solution, eucalyptus steaming or a neti pot
  • Try natural foods, herbs and supplements known to improve or support respiratory health

You can also improve the air quality in your home: keep indoor plants, limit your use of chemical sprays, the burning of wood, gas, candles or incense and invest in a home air purifier*.

*These steps don’t directly address smog, but will improve the air quality your breath most often to help support your lung health and respiratory system.


For more information on pollution Australian and international air pollutants, go to:





Would you wash your face with a floor cleaner, drink your laundry detergent or inhale engine de-greaser?  When you use chemical products on your skin you actually ingest them, just as you do your food. In doing so, you’re feeding yourself dangerous chemical toxins...


What if you knew that younger, healthier, more radiant skin was within your reach, and not from a tube or a jar?

Do you long to look young forever?  Are you constantly buying new anti-ageing products and creams or tempted by surgery to make you look younger? The youth and beauty industry is huge and constantly growing.  We’re accustomed to associating beauty with youth and are forever chasing the secret to younger looking skin.  But what if you knew that younger, healthier and more radiant skin was well within your reach, and not from a bottle or a jar?

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