Here are a few handy tips for helping you stay on track so you maintain, not gain, during the holiday season.
Plastic Toxins and Gut Health DON’T mix! You probably are dreaming up an image of someone chomping down on plastic, and you’re thinking, “How stupid do you think I am?!” Even though you are smarter than that, you still may be ingesting plastic.
How Do Plastic Toxins Get In My Gut? Does It Matter If I Have Plastic Toxins In My Gut?What Can I Do To Avoid Having Plastics In My Gut?
Getting rid of plastic toxins DOES matter and really can impact your gut health AND overall health.
What is faith? Let’s redefine that a little bit because if you’re like me then you’ve had a partial definition and that’s been creating some frustration in your miracle co-creation.
Am I right?
On December 15, 2021 I did a live video for our Facebook group (click to join it!) to go over the details about the The Faith Process and what purposeful faith looks like.
Here’s that video. (About 30 minutes)
The age old question, “why do siblings fight?”, is not one that is easily answered. Although, I like to take a peek into each child, to find out. This is done by observing their interactions, and documenting what their arguments are usually about. From there, you can deduce a common thread, and have a heart to heart conversation to uncover more details.
Did you know a high fiber diet helps with weight loss? There are many health benefits for incorporating more fiber into your diet.
Memory and Gut Health have an interesting relationship….one that may surprise you. It’s easy to imagine the brain as the Master Communication Center – the headquarters that sends out the emails and communiques with all the directions for the rest of the body.
We have been programmed to believe we need more protein than we really do.
In his book, Proteinaholic: How Our Obsession with Meat Is Killing Us and What We Can Do About It; Dr. Garth Davis writes, “Too much protein is making us sick fat and tired.”
I’ve read many times in my research of plant-based nutrition, “There is no such thing as a protein deficiency.” (At least not in the United States.) In some underdeveloped countries, where food is scarce, true protein deficiency and malnutrition are common.