The sun didn’t used to be scary. Glossy magazine covers featured dark tans, using tin foil to catch rays was standard practice, and bodies greased down with baby oil were a common sight at the beach.
Something about sprouts just screams health food.
There’s a reason drugstore shelves are piled high with deodorants. We’re all scared of smelling bad, and marketers know exactly how to push our (self-conscious) buttons.
When it comes to the SPF number on our sunscreen bottles, most people shrug and grab the highest one, figuring bigger is better.
At first glance, flaxseeds are pretty unassuming. The brown, slightly shiny seeds are tiny—less than 1/4 of an inch long—and have a neutral, slightly nutty flavor. They aren’t exactly screaming ‘eat me,’ but if you care about your health, that’s just what you should be doing.
Green powder is all the rage. If you’re interested in improving your health and diet, you’ve probably heard about adding a green powder to your daily routine. So what is this stuff, and is it worth the hype?
[schema description]If you’re not familiar with nutritional yeast, get ready to meet your new favorite healthy ingredient.
It’s common knowledge that berries are good for you. We hear them included as part of a healthy diet all the time.
Instead of just sticking to Starbucks, consider yerba mate as a coffee alternative.
Did you know that yellow curry you ordered for dinner could give your health a boost?
Most of us have seen aloe vera before — if only as an ingredient in skin care or a way to soothe a painful sunburn. Surprisingly, aloe vera has been used for thousands of years as a natural treatment for all kinds of ailments. The Egyptians even referred to aloe vera as the “plant of immortality.”
Magda Freedom Rod is a certified yoga instructor, health & lifestyle guide and founder of Visionary Lifestyle and Conscious Eating 101. She helps people activate their highest potential through conscious eating, yoga and sustainable lifestyle guidance. Visit www.Visionary-Lifestyle.com today to join her mailing list and receive recipes and healthy lifestyle tips!
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