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                                      Tongue Scraping

                                         (posted 9/11)

Our mouths turn into bacteria incubators at night. This warm, moist and dark environment allow for bacteria to multiply like crazy. The next morning, unless this bacterial growth is removed, it's swallowed with that first sip of liquid. So, before you reach for that toothbrush, grab your tongue scraper first. Remove the toxins then start to clean.

Benefits:

- Removes bacteria, undigested food, toxins, dead cells

- Lessens bad breath

- Cleans yoour taste buds, improves taste and eliminates the need to use salt, sugar, etc.

- Stimulates digestive fire

- Improves saliva production

- Boosts immunity by preventing the reabsorption of toxins

- Helps whiten teeth

- Increases your awareness of your state of health

- Supports oral health


                            Apple Cider Vinegar Scalp Scrub

                                           (posted 8/27)

Ingredients:

- 1/4 cup Himalayan Pink Salt, ground

- 1 tablespoon raw apple cider vinegar

- 1 tablespoon cocnut oil, melted

- 1 teaspoon Manuka Honey

- 15 drops essential oil of your choosing

Instructions:

1. If you can only find coarse sea salt, grind about 1/2 cup salt in a clean coffee grinder until you have a semi-fine texture (a few coarse pieces are okay)

2. Combine everything in a small bowl and stir. Transfer to an airtight container.

3. To use, wet your hair and gently scrub a tablespoon sized amount into your scalp using your fingertips (don't expect the scrub to foam like soap). LEt is sit for 5-10 minutes before rinsing with warm water.

 


 

                            Top inflammation-fighting foods

                                           (posted 8/13)

- Broccoli

- Wheat Berries

- Extra Virgin Olive Oil

- Lentils

- Salmon 

- Grapefruit

- Brazil Nuts

- Turmeric


                     Make a healthier meal with these options

                                           (posted 7/26)

   Fruit that are low in sugar and high in vitamins include:   

    Lemons
    Strawberries 
    Raspberries 
    Watermelon 
    Grapefruit 

    Healthy Fats include:
    Olives
    Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    Avocado 
    Nuts & Seeds
    Eggs
    Fish

    Healthy Protein include:
    Sun Dried Dried Tomatoes
    Spinach
    Artichokes
    Pasture Raised Chicken
    Grass Fed Beef
    Peas/ beans

    Healthy Veggies include:
    Go crazy here, but keep starchy choices like potatoes in moderation 

    Don’t forget about your whole grains, which include:
    Einkorn
    Farrow 
    Soba/ buckwheat
    Quinoa

*As always, choosing options that are clean work to keep toxin levels low within our bodies. Choose organic and non GMO when possible!*


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