Healthy eating in the prenatal period is not just about avoiding certain foods; it’s also about making healthy food choices.
Food can act as medicine, have a neutral effect, or it can be a poison to the body and mind.
Today, lavender essential oil is used in aromatherapy to help balance and soothe mental and emotional stress.
While quinoa is actually a seed, it’s prepared and eaten much like rice and other grains. Quinoa is awesome for protein, fiber, energy, and iron!
While there are many ways to use “food as medicine,” for some children, food and its additives can actually trigger ADHD.
An imbalance in gastrointestinal (GI) flora can create health issues and is typically the result of poor diet, stress, use of antibiotics, illness and food allergies.
Food allergies occur when the body has an adverse or abnormal response to a food. Food allergies can be prevented and need to be understood.
Craving rice pudding? This dairy-free alternative pairs the health benefits of gluten-free quinoa with coconut, cinnamon and vanilla.
You may enjoy the relaxation that comes with a facial treatment but there are a multitude of benefits that offer you and your skin health and wellness.
You can count on ionized alkaline water such as Kangen Water® to aid in the neutralization of free radicals and address all of your body’s hydration needs.