Turmeric has been taking the health and wellness scene by storm for years, (thousands of years, if you ask Ayurveda). Turmeric is a golden yellow root, commonly ground into a spice we most often associate with curry recipes. Here are some of the many reasons you should be using fermented turmeric in your daily routine.Continue reading “What are the benefits of fermented turmeric?”
You may have heard that some foods are higher on the glycemic index than others. Or maybe you’ve heard of “slow” carbs vs “fast” carbs. The glycemic index is a way of rating carbohydrate-containing foods based on how quickly they are digested and absorbed in the body. But what exactly does this mean?Continue reading “A breakdown of the glycemic index”
In our fast-paced and tech-centered culture, finding inner peace and calm is key to staying well, balanced, and enjoying life. Stress and anxiety can sabotage even our most fervent efforts to cleanse and heal our bodies: total health requires a holistic approach.
Eating a plant-centered diet, drinking green smoothies, and utilizing ongoing and periodic cleansing will yield wonderful results, but learning to manage stress well is one of the best things we can do for ourselves and our long-term health goals. If you are embarking on a 21-Day Cleanse your body needs extra stress support to cleanse, rest, and heal effectively. Check out the following apps to help reset and de-stress even the most challenging day.
Have you ever strived to change your health but kept hearing a critical voice in your head that stopped you in your tracks? Maybe you tried eating clean or doing a cleanse, but a voice kept nagging and limiting what you thought you could accomplish.
Changing habits to improve our health can be challenging. We often know what we want to do but just can’t get ourselves in gear to do it.
It’s February now, a month after many of us made a list of New Year’s resolutions about our health.