Creams, serums, and lotions can do great things for keeping your skin youthful, healthy, and glowing, but nothing is more powerful for your skin than eating the right foods. Even the most high-end skincare miracle can’t undo the nutritional deficit incurred by poor dietary choices. Periodic and ongoing cleansing, combined with probiotics and skin-promoting foods, will transform your complexion for the better.Continue reading “What are the best foods for skin health?”
Immune system health is at top of mind for just about everything right now. It’s important to support our immune systems so we are more resilient to infection. A healthy lifestyle is the foundation for immune health. It takes consistency, and an overall healthy lifestyle to really build strong immune support. Don’t be fooled by the “immune boosters” that are out there everywhere now. We can’t just boost our immune systems overnight.Continue reading “How to support your immune system”
It’s hard to resist a warm bowl of broccoli cheddar soup. While there’s a lot to love about the creamy texture and savory flavor of broccoli cheddar soup, that’s where the positives end. Though some of us can eat dairy without a problem, cheese and milk may cause stomach upset in those with lactose intolerance. Luckily, we can still satisfy our cravings for a creamy, savory broccoli soup without the cheddar.Continue reading “Roasted greens and moringa soup”
This golden milk latte is the perfect creamy, comforting coffee replacement that comes with many benefits to the body. Many of us savor our morning cup of joe, and during the cleanse, this may be one of the hardest foods to remove. Fortunately, with this golden milk latte you won’t miss it quite as much, while getting amazing benefits.Continue reading “Easy golden milk latte for cold weather”
Adaptogenic herbs are all the rage and for good reason. We use fermented ashwagandha as this adaptogenic herb helps the body adapt to fight the effects of stress (including the stress hormone cortisol). Adaptogens are a group of special herbs that improve the health of our adrenal system.Continue reading “Here’s why you should take fermented ashwagandha”
Moringa Oleifera, a plant from the family Moringacea, has been used for centuries due to its medicinal properties and health benefits. It is especially common in Ayurvedic medicine. Fermented moringa has potent antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties.Continue reading “Why should you take fermented moringa?”
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?”
This spicy cider is made with a slew of health-enhancing ingredients. At first, the ingredients may sound odd but the result is a spicy, sweet, and sour combination that you can dilute in juice or water, or take straight as a health shot to improve immunity. Fire cider is an ancient healing drink. The base for this drink is apple cider vinegar, which has long been used for health and medicinal purposes.
Many people are most familiar with the more common grocery kefir made from dairy. While its benefits to the digestive system are countless, we prefer to have our kefir in a dairy-free form. This version is refreshing, nutrient-dense, and hydrating, making it the perfect version to sip on all summer long. This is a cleansing drink that can be a great complement to the 21-Day Program, as can other fermented foods.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish, which is made by fermenting cabbage, red pepper, and other vegetables. Whether or not you can find this delicious Korean preparation, making it from scratch can often mean higher quality ingredients and a deeper appreciation for the food you eat. It’s full of probiotics, which we recommend getting on a daily dose in supplements and in food sources.