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When you eat a meal, how do you feel afterward? This is not a plea for inner esoteric musings, really…I mean how do you feel, physically? Satisfied? Hungry? Sick? These are all questions that you should be asking yourself every time you eat. Based on your conclusions, you should either return to that same food […]
I have tried many natural, home cleaning products to clean sinks and tubs. By far, I have found that baking soda does the job better than anything else. Instead of using a bleach-based product that may be detrimental to your health, battle difficult grime with baking soda. Here’s how…wet the surface of the tub, sink […]
While in the process of trying to use extra pantry items, I made up this recipe. My children (and husband) had no complaints! Pumpkin-butter Cookies 1 jar Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Butter 2 cups walnuts 1 ½ cups coconut meat (unsweetened, Tropical Traditions) 1 ½ cup brown rice 1 cup arrowroot powder a few dashes of […]
With the organic craze going on today in America, you might think it odd that I write an article on why not to buy organic, especially on a health food web site. Let me explain. It is a noble cause to seek out and consume foods that have been grown in a natural and chemical-free […]
Over the last few months, I have been able to reduce our monthly grocery bill by about $400. I have to admit, at first, it was not intentional. I just wanted to make meals more simple. Here are some things that helped me: Stick with Whole Foods If you are not able to raise any […]
Giving birth may be the most momentous experience in a woman’s life. After waiting patiently for nine months, she now has the fruit of her womb to hold in her hands and to share with other loved ones. The pain of childbirth is worth it, just to hold the tiny life in her arms. In […]
Many people think that you have to have all the right tools and latest gadgets in order to welcome a little blessing into your home. In fact, the free baby magazines at the hospitals are filled with advertisements for things like bottles, breast pumps, clothes for mommy, baby chairs that make music and motions, lullaby […]
With the birth of our fourth child to be due in about 8 weeks, I am beginning to check off my supply lists, too. Being prepared helps to alleviate much of the uncertainty that can arise from being a new a mommy. While every pregnancy is different, here are some basics that I think would […]
Here’s a quick way to make sugar free lemon-aide: Mason Jar of filtered water 1/2 Cup bottled 100% lemon juice (such as “Real Lemon” brand) Stevia extract to sweeten Mix, add ice, Enjoy!
Does your little one have a stubborn rash that doesn’t seem to ever clear up. What about when someone in the family gets a cut or bruise? What do you do? Here’s the next thing you can do after a kiss! It’s easy to do…just give yourself enough time so that it’s on hand when […]
Friends, as you begin to make healthy changes in your eating habits, don’t forget about the potential environmental toxins lurking in your home. These can be just as damaging, if not more damaging to your health than processed foods. Things such as: “plug-in” air fresheners, toxic candles, harsh cleaning products with bleach, anti-bacterial soaps and […]
Many people ask me what we eat for breakfast. Perhaps this is because most breakfast foods are laden with sugar and white flour-not a healthy way to break a fast! Most of the time, I tend to need a very high protein breakfast, especially when I am pregnant. Organic Grass-Fed T-Bone anyone?? Ok, so if […]
Here is an easy way to fragrance your carpet without the use of toxic chemicals. And, as with most of my recipes, it’s cheap! All you need is baking soda and essential oil(s). Once made, you can store them in a mason jar or any jar (such as large plastic spice or food bottles) that […]
Supplies for Making Kefir: 1. Kefir Culture. Buy the grain, not the powdered starter. A kefir grain is alive and will multiply over time. The powdered versions are expensive and they have a limited number of times that they will reproduce. Avoid contact with metal and chlorinated water. (Although I have to confess, I have […]