Let’s talk poop! Question: Ideally, how many times a day should we poop? Any ideas? Answer: 1-3 times. That’s how many times one should be passing stools everyday. If you are, that’s great. If you’re not, you really need to start taking measures to make sure you get to that 1-3 times a day goal.
If you follow me on Instagram or on Facebook, you’ll see that I posted 3 of the signs of hormonal imbalances, but there are a few more signs that could be indicative of hormonal imbalance. If any of the following six signs apply to you, you might want to investigate further into the possibility of
You’ve done everything you can to lose the weight, you’re eating right, you’re exercising and still nothing! On a side note, I know it can be frustrating because I’m going through it myself as we speak. My issues are hormonal at this point and I’m working on restoring my gut health and re-balancing my hormones.
Most people with a gluten sensitivity or Celiac Disease know when they’ve been glutened. Gastrointestinal symptoms come raging back, brain fog, skin issues, joint pain, headaches, etc. you just know it. Gluten typically takes 3 to 6 months to leave your body but to help you manage the symptoms here are a few things you
ARE YOU ALWAYS TIRED? Does this sound like you? And even with sleep, you still can’t pick up your feet? If this is the case, here are some things you’ll want to investigate with your doctor to get to the root cause and not just treat the symptoms. 1. LACK OF SLEEP: what is stopping
We often hear that the eyes are the window to our soul, but I’ll add that eyes are also the window to our health! By luck, I recently came across an Iridologist, Tammy Rutheford Ward and obtained a reading from her. She looked at my eyes, and those of my family, in detail and was
Summer weather is the perfect time for this type of treat! I made this delicious pineapple mango ice cream! It’s so delicious! Pineapple is great and besides being an immune booster, it contains an enzyme called bromelain, great for reducing swelling and inflammation! If you suffer from joint pain, make sure to include pineapple in
Move over Nutella! This homemade hazelnut spread is delicious and easy to make, and of course much healthier. Ingredients: 1 cup hazelnuts (pre-soaked) 1 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil (melted) 4 tablespoons cacao powder 1/3 cup + 2 tablespoons maple syrup (or honey) 1/4 cup hemp milk or coconut milk or water 1/8 tsp salt Directions:
Chocolate Avocado Pudding Who loves pudding?!?!? I do, my kids do, my husband does, my neighbors do, frankly I think everyone loves pudding! But commercial made puddings are full of additives and chemicals, so what is one to do! Make your own, it’s really quick and delicious. It’s a great way to get your children
Spicy Beet Gazpacho I love a cold soup! And what’s great about this soup is that its base is beets, a liver super food! The liver is responsible for numerous processes in the body, and very important ones for that matter, like detoxifying toxins and excess estrogen, converting Thyroid hormones from T4 to T3–the ones
EASTER CHOCOLATE RECIPE Easter time comes with expectations for chocolate eggs. I no longer buy conventional chocolate eggs since they’re loaded with GMOs, high fructose corn syrup, canola oil, soy and a ton of other horrible ingredients. So with that said, I decided to create my own Easter chocolate recipe, and since I didn’t have