Despite living in the era of information overload, we’ve noticed a glaring gap when it comes to finding relevant, accessible, and trustworthy health information online. Our own journey began in the realm of the unknown; we too were part of the 15% who conducted unprecedented searches on Google, digging deeper into matters of prostate health, menopause, pregnancy, dietary supplements, fitness, and overall wellness.
Navigating through countless websites, blogs, articles, and forums, we often found ourselves at a dead-end, unable to locate the precise information we were seeking. This was not just about our health, but also that of our beloved wives, partners, children, and friends. The struggle for reliable health knowledge wasn’t a solo journey, and we realized we weren’t the only ones left in the lurch.
Driven by a shared frustration and a passion for better health, we created Total Wellbeing Hub. This isn’t just another blog on the internet; it’s a platform that brings to light our extensive research on very specific health topics that are often overlooked or inadequately covered elsewhere. Our mission is to bridge the information gap, catering to those elusive 15% of queries that largely remain unanswered.
Whether you’re in your forties, fifties, sixties, or any other stage of life, seeking support for yourself or a loved one, or simply curious about general wellness, you’re in the right place. We are confident that Total Wellbeing Hub will not only answer your questions but also offer you a new perspective on health and wellness.
So, welcome to our hub of health enlightenment. We hope our labour of love brings value to your life, making your health journey a little easier, a little less intimidating, and a lot more informed. We invite you to join us on this quest for better health.
Phil Worthington is seasoned in business development and heavily involved in research & development. He has worked for a number of global companies in both the education and technology sectors.
“The importance of undertaking quantitative and qualitative research is critical for any business to develop, especially when it is looking at moving into new markets. My experience in R&D in helping to take companies to new levels is now helping to develop Total Wellbeing Hub as the topics we are looking to cover are close to my heart”
Debra Finlayson – SRN, SRM, has over 40 years experience as Midwife and has covered all aspects of pregnancy including anti-natal and post-natal and has lost count of the number of babies she has brought into this World. Debra’s experience is a great additional to the Total Wellbeing Hub Team!