Thanksgiving Garlic Mash (Cauliflower) Potatoes 1 head of Cauliflower 1/4 Cup parmesan 1 tbs of cream cheese or a dollop of sour cream 1/2 tsp minced garlic 1/2 tsp pepper salt to taste (omit if you have high blood pressure) Chopped parsley, rosemary or chives for garnish Pats of butter for garnish Cut up cauliflower … Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Substitutes
Besides tasting it in Thai dishes or delicious masala chai, most of us would never guess that this delicious thready grass holds so much healing power inside its fibrous stalks. Surprisingly, lemongrass essential oil is used as aromatherapy to relieve muscle pain, externally to kill bacteria, ward off insects, and reduce body aches, and internally to help … Continue reading Lemongrass
Have you been hearing your body snap, crackle, and pop as you maneuver your way through everyday activities? Or perhaps it’s a less auditory signal, as you feel pain in the knees or hips while walking. While popping noises aren’t necessarily a bad thing- usually they are just pockets of air being released as a … Continue reading Reducing Joint Pain!
Acidity and alkalinity refers to the ph levels of our bloodstream, which varies on a scale between 0-14. Highly below or above neutral will signal a disease state. Healthy ph is slightly alkaline, measuring to be between 7.35-7.45. Acidity can form from a poor diet, emotional stress, high exposure to toxins, or immune reactions that … Continue reading Healthy pH: ACID VS. ALKALINE
September is upon us, kids are back in school, and flu season is around the corner. we have been told "an apple a day keeps the doctor away", but whats about pears! Pears are also in season and this soft, sweet, juicy fruit is perfect for enjoying fresh or for using in healthy recipes! Plus … Continue reading Pair with Pears!