Chances are you've walked right by a bottle of activated charcoal at the health food store and didn't even realize it. Or maybe you noticed and thought, "why in the world is the charcoal from the BBQ grill in the health food section?!" Well, activated charcoal is NOT the same as the charcoal you use for grilling. Thank goodness! Actually, activated charcoal is an all-around … [Read more...]
Check out top natural remedies you can make with real food ingredients from your kitchen, such as this homemade electrolyte drink (for colds, flu and after sports) and this honey lemon ginger elixir (natural cold remedy).
Not feeling well? Or nursing a sick kid... or worse a husband with a man cold?Check out these 35+ Natural Remedies for Colds and Flu. You can make these natural remedies with simple ingredients from your kitchen to boost your immune system, give natural relief for cold and flu symptoms, and help nourish your body to speed recovery. 35+ Natural Remedies for Colds and … [Read more...]
I just got back from a trip to Australia, and it was absolutely GORGEOUS! We stayed mostly on the Gold Coast and enjoyed the sun and the surf. I'm already thinking about going back to visit and staying a lot longer. The Aussies are the nicest bunch I've ever met while traveling.One thing that really stood out to me was there were so many healthy choices for food. There were … [Read more...]
For years, I saw Vick's Vapor Rub on the shelves at the store, but never really knew what all the hype was about. You see, growing up my mom used Tiger Balm when I needed something soothing for my chest at night - or for tired muscles or really anything because Tiger Balm was used for EVERYTHING - but that's a whole other story.So when I had my first son, I was like, "OH! I … [Read more...]
Looking for a simple, yet effective natural remedy for the cold and flu? You've got to try this Honey Lemon Ginger Elixir that is so easy to make, and the whole family can use it.I've drinking this concoction since I was a kid. My mom would make it for me and call it "honey water". Sometimes I'd take a spoonful by itself, while other times I'd stir it in with a warm cup of … [Read more...]