You probably know all about the dangers of refined sugar. It rots your teeth, increases your risk of chronic disease, causes weight gain, and much more. But quitting refined sugar doesn’t just allow you to avoid these adverse effects, it also allows you to enjoy a range of benefits. Today's blog highlights five of the top benefits you can enjoy by quitting refined sugar.
Who doesn't want heathy, youthful skin. I'm in my 40s and yes, I want to live as healthily and as youthful as I can. If you want to detox your skin, it isn’t all about what you put on your skin, but what you put inside your skin. Water is one of the best things for your skin, especially when you add more nutrients to it. This is where infusing water with fruits, vegetables, and herbs comes in. In today's BLOG POST I share some amazing infused detox water combinations to help your skin glow!
As you might know, turmeric is one of the top herbs many use in everything from tea to cooking. Turmeric is well known for it's anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce pain and inflammation. But did you know that turmeric also has some healing benefits for your skin and natural beauty... even anti-aging!? Take a look at how you can improve your skin by using this fun herb.
Sugar is one of the most harmful ingredients you can put in your body. But it’s something many of us eat far too much of. According to the latest stats from the American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition, the average American eats 76.7g of sugar every day – the equivalent of 19 teaspoons per day. Today I'm talking sugar, again :), and discussing five of the main reasons you should limit your consumption of sugar.
Butternut squash is an excellent source of fiber. It includes vitamins A, C, E, and B vitamins along with minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and zinc. If you are looking for an anti-aging secret, you found one. Nourishing your body from the inside out will restore that beautiful GLOW.
If you are looking to use more superfoods during the winter season, then leafy greens like kale are a great choice. Kale grows well in the winter and is easy to find at any grocery store. It is a superfood filled with vitamins and minerals, and is great for many diets, from clean eating to Paleo or Keto. Here are four different types of kale salads to try out this winter.
When you want to eat a little healthier during the cold, winter months, you often turn to warm and hearty vegetables. One of the best ones you can get this time of year is butternut squash. This begins being in season in the fall but is also great to have during the winter. Here are some reasons to have more of it and one of my favorite butternut squash soup recipes. Enjoy!