I recently bought some natur herbal pills from a vendor on Amazon to do a cleanse. My reason for needing a cleanse was that I had been groggy, sluggish, and having trouble digesting foods. From my research, I learned that this could be due to parasites in my system. This video is a full review of how I felt throughout. Even if you do not do this exact cleanse, I highly recommend you do one!
The first day of Autumn is here! I am really looking forward to cooler temperatures, pulling out my boots and scarves, leaves crunching under my feet—and pumpkin everything! Yes, I am totally one of those people that thinks pumpkin flavored stuff is awesome!
As the seasons change, be mindful of your body. You may have different sleeping patterns, as we get less hours of daylight. Your allergies may calm or flare up depending on where you live. It is good to take note and act accordingly.
Speaking of allergies, I suffer from allergies when I go outdoors, and often take over the counter meds to combat them. Recently I found out that gingko is great supplement to take to block histamine. So far it seems to be helping!
In the honor of the new season, I would like to offer you a discount code to use in my online store. Just enter “HELLO AUTUMN” at check out for 15% off.
I have recently been getting a ton of questions about healing foods which aid digestion. There are many, and I plan to share in posts and videos. One thing that has amazing properties for reducing inflammation is turmeric. Turmeric reduces inflammation, menstrual difficulties, flatulence. It also increases brain function, improves antioxidant activity and can lower risk of heart disease.
What I like about using turmeric powder in smoothies is I cannot even detect the flavor. So, you’re getter a serving of greens and the healing power of turmeric– sneaky sneaky!
If you prefer to see the video instead of video recipe, you can find it here:
8oz chilled green tea
1/2 cup plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup frozen blueberries
1 tsp ground turmeric
1 cup baby spinach
Sweetener (optional) : maple syrup or agave recommended
It is back to school season! When I was still in school, this was my favorite time. I looked forward to new classes, new people, and new clothes.
One thing that is tough is staying healthy as a student. There are a lot of unhealthy options and then there is stress from school itself. I made this video to help students to be mindful when making decisions so they can stay as healthy as possible.
I’ve been working on some products and apparel that I know you will love.
For the products, they will be available very soon at this site. You can sign up and get an email as soon as it is launched! For my apparel, it will be available at my usual online store in just two weeks. I am so excited!
Right now, a lot of my gear is more focused on my women subscribers since they make up almost 90% of the audience, but I am open to ideas if there’s something you want to see for men.
I don’t know about you, but when the seasons change, so do my habits and that includes the way I eat. For one thing, the weather is hotter. I’m usually more active with outdoor workouts, and also it’s hotter out! I tend to want to eat lighter, energizing meals that will keep me satisfied between meals.
It’s good to eat according to the seasons, because whatever happens to be in season will be more readily available and reasonably priced. What I’m loving right now is summer berries and heirloom tomatoes.
I’ve created 3 awesome recipes that you can make in just minutes! They recipes are vibrant in color signifying that they are anti-oxidant and nutrient rich. If you happen to try any of the recipes, please let me know!