While it’s true that eating healthy is an investment in your long-term health, at the end of the day, not everyone can justify paying a premium for organic groceries. Luckily, there are a number of great ways to save money and feel confident about the food on your plate!
Try as we might to avoid it, at least one holiday get-together (or another celebratory event) will likely result in a hangover the next day. Thanks to a lack of substantial food and a combination of spirits, wine and bubbles, festive cheer often precludes migraines and dehydration the next day.
These days, there is no shortage of food labels in the grocery store: natural, free-range, non-GMO, organic–the list goes on! The organic label is exploding in popularity as consumer awareness of food production practices continues to grow.
Detoxes aren’t limited to body cleanses…you can (and should!) detox your home of harmful chemicals.
There are synthetic chemicals in everything from cleaning products to personal care items, and those chemicals can affect everything from how well you breathe to the health of your pregnancy to your focus at work.
Losing your hair can be an emotional, stressful and embarrassing experience. I know, because it happened to me.
One day, while combing my hair, I found a bald spot near the back of my head. The pure shock of feeling my bare scalp, with no hair at all, was terrifying. To make matters worse, my wedding was only a few months away. I needed to find the root of the problem…fast.
The ketogenic diet is becoming one of, if not the most popular diet in the mainstream right now. Despite this popularity, the ketogenic diet is misunderstood. Many people think that it is solely a carnivore-style diet and that its very nature excludes vegans. But not so! There are plenty of ways to follow a keto diet and still be vegan. In fact, several of my colleagues and students are keto-vegans.