I talked about healthy eating for the new year last week and this week we’re talking drinks!
It’s that time of year when we’re setting resolutions or goals and most people include healthy eating on their list. Sometimes when we go all in at once it can be overwhelming and we give up before we even get started.
There’s an old tradition in the south that if you eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day it will bring you good luck for that year. After 2020, I think we could all use some good luck for 2021!
Winter is officially here and you might have noticed a difference in your skin… The cooler weather can cause it to dry out even more. This homemade hydrating lotion is made with just a few simple ingredients and it’ll save you money!
It can seem overwhelming keeping our kids healthy, especially during cold and flu season, but it doesn’t have to be! Here’s a few simple ways to keep kids healthy.
Thanksgiving can be a lot of work with cooking, baking, cleaning, washing dishes! These Pumpkin Pie Bites are quick and easy and they make a yummy healthy dessert or snack.
The meal is definitely the most anticipated part of Thanksgiving and usually it’s an indulgent one! Not to be the party-pooper, but most of the time the dishes are high in saturated fat, cholesterol and salt…not great for our health.
As we approach cold and flu season it’s still important that we eat good foods that will help keep our immune system boosted! We hear so much about boosting vitamin C levels but how much do we actually need?
Loaded Potato Soup is thick, creamy and so comforting! It’s oil-free, dairy-free, gluten-free and loaded with good nutrients. It honestly tastes like a baked potato with all your favorite toppings, but in soup form!
Oats make a great breakfast option, especially when you’re wanting something warm in the cooler months. They’ve been found to be more filling than breakfast cereals and they’re a cheaper option too!
Who doesn’t love a Pumpkin Spice Latte?! This one is made with just 5 real ingredients and naturally sweetened!
It’s been known for decades that potential health problems have been associated with applying conventional antiperspirants and deodorants to the body.
Herbs and spices are known to have some of the highest levels of antioxidants, which support our immune health. If you’re not sure what antioxidants are, they’re found in plants and help to protect our cells from disease, viruses and other illnesses.
According to the World Health Organization, air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year.
Research shows that people who don’t get enough sleep or those who consistently miss out on good sleep are 3-5 times more likely to get sick. It also takes these people longer to recover once they are sick.
This is a healthy spin on the classic pasta salad dish. It’s packed with flavorful vegetables, pasta and a light red wine vinegar herbed dressing.
Summer is ending and kids are back in school. The busy season has started. Two things that will help you continue to eat healthier is planning and prepping. Having meals planned out for the week is a huge help!
Plastic pollution is a global problem that continues to grow rapidly every day. Besides pollution, plastic can also affect our health.
It’s reported 41 % of households in the US are buying dairy alternatives and plant-based milks are at the top of the list.
Over the last decade dry shampoo has grown to be staple beauty product in a lot of bathrooms.
Social distancing does help stop the spread of COVID-19 and, while that’s important, there are also some other things you could be doing to help fight the coronavirus and boost immunity.