Legume and bean pastas — like chickpea, lentil, black bean, and edamame — are one of the latest trends in “health” food. They’re touted as being higher in protein and nutrients than wheat or other gluten-free pastas. But legume and bean pastas aren’t actually nourishing us… and here’s why.
If you’re doing a lot of low-carb/keto, paleo, or grain-free baking, chances are, you’re using a lot of almond flour. But is almond flour the best choice? Especially if it’s making daily appearances in our diets? Consider these 7 reasons to limit almond flour use and consumption.
Here are 6 ways to support gut health while taking anti-anxiety medications. These go deeper than simply drinking bone broth, taking probiotics, or eating fermented food. Because if you’re on prescription medications for your mental health, you need the big guns!
5 years ago, we fell in love with an organic memory foam bed. Here’s an In-Depth Review of Essentia’s Classic8 Organic Memory Foam Bed — a bed that doesn’t sleep hot, is allergy-friendly and non-toxic, sustainably sourced, provides full-body support with zero partner disturbance, and has given us 1,825 nights of the best sleep ever!
This Aquatic Greens Lemonade is a tasty, sugar-free way to support and gently detoxify your liver from heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins with 2 of nature’s most beautiful superfoods: spirulina and chlorella! It’s a Chlorella and Spirulina Liver Support Drink with just 4 ingredients!
While nothing you can eat will cause or fix pelvic floor dysfunction, you can support your healing with nourishing foods and eliminate the foods that cause pelvic inflammation. Here are 6 nourishing foods that support pelvic floor health and 6 that don’t.
When it first happened, I felt like a victim — powerless to do anything. But once I learned I had pelvic floor dysfunction, that it was a cumulation of all of my life’s events, from childhood to child birth and more, and that I had hope through pelvic floor physical therapy — I no longer felt powerless. Here’s my story of pelvic floor dysfunction.
Some physical health issues turned into major mental health problems, exacerbating the mental illness I already had. Despite using oils, supplements, herbs, and other natural things, I opted for allopathic, pharmaceutical help. I’m super crunchy, but I take anti-anxiety medications. Here’s why.
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome pain is hard to treat. Here are 20 ways to relieve PCS pain — most are natural, some aren’t. I call it The Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Pain Management Starter Pack. There are sure to be some PCS pain relievers here you haven’t tried!
So, you’ve been diagnosed with Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS)? What now? Here’s what you need to know — from causes & symptoms to treatment options & what has or hasn’t worked for pain relief from someone who has PCS. Also, how to talk to your doctors to make sure your PCS isn’t a symptom of underlying compressions like Nutcracker or May-Thurner Syndromes.