Hello my friends! If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I supplement with collagen on a daily basis (as does my husband). I've been using collagen for years and more recently started actually making it a consistent supplement in our daily routine. Collagen has lots of health benefits and it's not just some… Continue reading Can Collagen Help with Muscle Growth?
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Are Peanuts Healthy?
Hello my friends! Peanuts seem to have gotten quite a bad rap lately. So, I'm here to stick up for peanuts and share why they shouldn't be demonized and taken completely out of your diet (unless, of course, you have a peanut allergy or other digestive issues that prevent you from enjoying all their delicious… Continue reading Are Peanuts Healthy?
Himalayan Salt for Indoor Air Quality and Detoxification
Happy Friday my friends! Himalayan Salt is all the rage these days and it's no wonder why. I've been using Himalayan Pink Salt for cooking for quite a few years now (I honestly don't remember the last time I used regular table salt). Many commercial table salts undergo a bleaching process and contain aluminum derivatives and… Continue reading Himalayan Salt for Indoor Air Quality and Detoxification
Flavorful Friday: Health Benefits of Cashew Butter
I recently tried Artisana Cashew Butter and I fell in love with it! It's super smooth, creamy and slightly sweet. Definitely my favorite nut butter I've tried so far! Cashew butter is high in calories but when added in moderation it can be a healthy part of your diet. Stick to 1-2 tablespoons per day… Continue reading Flavorful Friday: Health Benefits of Cashew Butter
Avocado Seeds: Yes, you can eat them!
This is an interesting fact that I recently learned about. Everyone knows the amazing benefits of eating Avocado's, but did you know that Avocado seeds are packed full of nutrients that can provide several health benefits to the body? The seeds actually contain more antioxidants than the avocado flesh, most fruits, vegetables and healing teas… Continue reading Avocado Seeds: Yes, you can eat them!