Eating foods that help you detoxify, support your immune system, and cut down on inflammation are a great way to support healthy radiant skin. As always, I believe eating a variety of fresh organic whole foods is the way to go. Here are some great foods to eat for skin health and why they work!
Citrus fruits contain vitamin C which helps you produce collagen. Collagen forms the basic structure of skin, helping prevent sagging. Continue reading →
I chose seven tips you can easily fit in to your busy life to work toward a healthier you.
Drink plenty of water after waking. Your body is busy detoxifying while you sleep, so help it out by flushing those toxins away. Drinking water before you eat will also help you feel fuller and eat less. Sometimes we mistake thirst for hunger and eat more when we are dehydrated.
I am fascinated with learning about other cultures. I especially like to know about foods they eat and medical practices they use. I recently browsed through a book called Blue Zones by Dan Buettner, a longevity expert, where he discussed pockets in the world where there are higher than average number of people over the age of 100 Continue reading →
Coconut oil – antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, what can’t it do? But isn’t saturated fat bad for you? Not in its natural form it’s not! If you study people of tropical climates who have a high intake of coconut oil, it’s easy to see the amazing health benefits Continue reading →
Are you rubbing toxins into your body on a daily basis without even knowing it? Cosmetic products must be safe, right, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to buy them! Wrong!! Cosmetics are pretty much a self-regulated industry which means it is easy for companies to care more about making money than the health of their clients Continue reading →
When I was in the hospital for meningitis a few weeks ago, I got some heavy duty antibiotics thrown at me until they could rule out bacterial meningitis. This caused me to get thrush – a yeast infection in my mouth. Last year when I went through chemo, I also got thrush. Seems like whenever my normal flora is disrupted, I get some nasty yeast that creeps up – could I have a candida problem? Continue reading →