Health and Wellbeing Advice – Restoring Balance

Health and Wellbeing Advice to Help You Return to a Natural State of Easy Health

Welcome to Restoring Balance, a resource for health and wellbeing advice. Get expert information and learn practical techniques to help you live in harmony with your body.


Restoring Balance

Highly healthy people have a hunger to figure out the secrets of happiness and vitality, and through the use of ‘The Three Cs’ – curiosity, capacity and confidence – this fascinating health and wellness resource helps you to creatively ask the right questions about your own health choices.

Restoring Balance is a book by Dr Ian Tennant that provides health and wellbeing advice
Dr Ian Tennant is the founder of Restoring Balance, a website that provides health and wellbeing advice

Dr Ian Tennant

I am a specialist in helping people make simple choices that are inexpensive and improve their health. I also help health and fitness professionals who want to help their clients achieve more.

Free Chapters: Rhythms & Health

I’m giving away two whole chapters from my book, Restoring Balance.

In the first chapter, using real-life examples, you will discover how we are easily tricked into synchronising with artificial rhythms set by a 24-7 way of living.

The second chapter covers body clock research in more depth and offers simple actions that will help you live at ease with natural daily rhythms in a way that many humans have forgotten how to do.

Lifestyle Recipes for Wellness

Do you have all the ingredients needed to keep your health on track?
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Wellness leaves no stone unturned!

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Cooperating for Global Health?

Wherever we look, it is strikingly clear that life involves cooperation. Research involving children as young as six-years of age has shown them to spontaneously find ways to collaborate in order to share a limited resource. In today’s article we look at new economic models that build a healthier future by harnessing the sprit of cooperation, instead of rewarding competition.

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