As we step full swing into the holiday season, many of the activities that we enjoy can be taxing to our body. We can feel drained and not have enough energy to fully enjoy all the celebratory happenings. This year, support your overall physical health with this delicious Holiday Replenishing drink!
The holiday season is a special time to gather with friends and family, celebrate and rejoice, and is often also associated with parties, parties….and more parties. Here are SEVEN TIPS for you to stay healthy throughout your holiday social schedule!
As the winter holiday season gets into full swing, the Peppermint Mocha leads as our favorite warm drink for shopping, visiting with family and friends, and wrapping presents. Coffee, chocolate, and peppermint mingle together perfectly to create the winning trifecta of holiday flavors!
In our busy modern world, being “stressed out” is the new norm. The demands to maintain a frantic work pace, family and social life and dozens of daily obligations don’t give us much time for mental or physical breaks. Our adrenal glands help carry us through short-term periods of stress without feeling worn down, but when they don’t get a break, adrenal fatigue sets in our entire body starts to break down.
95% of your body’s functions are fueled by minerals and they are critically important for your body to grow, develop, and stay healthy. Like most people, you may tend to focus on the macronutrients like proteins, fats, and carbohydrates without realizing you need micronutrients like minerals just as much!
Inflammation is an important part of your immune system’s response to infection, injury, and one other less commonly known source – processed foods. This recipe for Mineralizing Tea is an excellent daily drink that calms the fires of inflammation and restores balance back to your body.
Called “The Conqueror of Mountains” and “Destroyer of Weakness”, shilajit is a natural substance that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to reduce stress, regenerate the body’s cells, support the heart, and increase overall health.
While today doctors warn us to stay away from salt, in reality, your body needs salt. Real sea salt like Icelandic or Celtic Sea Salt, as well as Himalayan Salt, are all REALLY good for you. In fact, these types of salt are 100% critical to your survival. Learn more about why that is and which salt is downright toxic and dangerous for you.
Finding a simple, delicious, and nutritious wintertime recipe is essential. Winter is the ideal time for warming foods that nourish your adrenals and kidneys, decrease your stress hormones, and keep you satiated without developing that holiday belly bulge. These ‘go-to’ meals are something that can be made in under twenty minutes and deliver a massive nutritional bang for your buck.
From light yellows to golden bronzes to deep browns, the color of raw honey ranges almost as much as its sweet flavor. In its raw and unfiltered state, honey contains about 200 active substances including minerals, enzymes, probiotics, and antioxidants making it powerhouse nutrition for our body.