Ah, the nose. Such an undervalued appendage…until it’s stuffed up. Our nose takes a beating each and every day as we breathe in pollutants, germs, and allergens that build up in our nasal passages. This buildup sets the stage for congestion and infection. Fortunately, salt can save the day! [Read more…]
Our lymph passages run all throughout our bodies. They are responsible for moving lymph carrying internal and external toxins and pathogens to be excised. Environmental toxins, as well as bacteria, viruses and cellular waste, travels through these pathways to the lymph nodes. The lymph nodes are cleansing stations where lymph is filtered and purified. When lymph becomes stagnate, our cells can’t work efficiently, causing toxins to build up, and resulting in health issues like these. [Read more…]
It’ѕ еѕtimаtеd that wе rесеive оnlу 40 реrсеnt оf thе nutritional value we need every day from our food, and sоmе reports ѕuggеѕt this figure is highly optimistic. So, unless you’re fоrtunаtе еnоugh tо hаvе a year-round gаrdеn full of fresh, оrgаniс fооd you саn hаrvеѕt and eat on a daily basis, you are lacking a large amount of the daily nourishment your body needs to sustain health. Even with a clean diet, I still want to tell you Why I Take Athletic Greens Every Day. [Read more…]
Miron glass jars are the bomb for storing and preserving everything from homemade beauty products to food. They are a beautiful violet-blue color that keeps the ingredients fresher for much longer than the average container. But we’ll go into that more in a bit.
Miron jars are manufactured by a number of different companies (my favorite one is Infinity Jars), but the concept of preserving precious ingredients in violet-blue glass jars isn’t new. The Egyptians stored their healing solutions in blue or gold glass containers. It wasn’t until the development of preservatives that using Miron jars fell out of favor. Now that we’re aware of how harmful all those preservatives are to our health, these violet jars are again enjoying popularity. [Read more…]
It’s no secret technology is becoming more ingrained in our lives every day. We don’t always notice it, but when there’s an interruption, we quickly realize just how much technology dependence we really have. For example, have you ever been at work when the internet in your office has gone out for an extended period? If so, you probably found it difficult to conduct many of the essential functions of your job. [Read more…]
This is a guest post by Louise Hendon, co-host of The Keto Summit.
By now, you’ve probably heard of the ketogenic diet.
But, if you’re like most people, you’re already finding it hard enough to keep track of all the different types of diets out there: Paleo, vegetarian, raw food, Mediterranean… [Read more…]
We all get clobbered by the 3 o’clock slump sometimes. During those times, it seems the fastest, easiest way to pump up the ole’ energy is to suck down an energy drink. After all, they have vitamins and amino acids, so they’re healthy, right? Are energy drinks bad for you? [Read more…]
I first heard of the health benefits of Ashitaba when I was listening to a podcast on my morning run. The podcast was all about the healthiest foods on the planet and the expert being interviewed was raving about Ashitaba, claiming it was the healthiest food he consumed daily. I was so intrigued that I stopped and googled it right on my running trail. Then, I ordered the powder from Amazon and continued on my run. Gotta love the convenience of smartphones!