Friday, July 24, 2015
This is an herb I've taking on for some time now. Almost two years. I began taking it to help balance my hormones, and regulate my periods. I had a few other concrens, that were addressed and corrected when I began taking this. Such as energy, mood, and acne. It helped with all of those. It was used thousands of years ago. By Peruvians, who lived in a high altitude. It was their natural remedy for energy and fertility. Prior to maca root, my cycles would occur every 15-18 days. Meaning I bleed every other week. After maca root, they end to the normal 28-31 day cycle. Which is great. It's also great for women going through menopause. If you're into alternative medicine and are experiencing infertility, low libido, mood swings, irregular cycles, and fatigue. I highly recommend this product.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Hey everyone. A few months ago I learned the benefit of using natural soaps. Most soaps, contain parabens. Which is just as dangerous as estrogen. Having endometriosis, I try to avoid certain things. For example, If you use dove. Check the ingredients on your body wash. It contains "gylcein soy". A chemical name for soy. I was able to find a laundry soap alternative. However, it wasn't until recently that I found one for my household soaps. Meyers is company that makes hand soaps, dish & laundry detergents. I love the basil, lemon, & honey suckle. If you're looking for a natural alternative. Check out this brand, sold online, at target, and Walgreens.
I've been on the hunt for a variety of exotic fruits. About a year back, I thought I could only find such at idle eastern asian, or international mercados. A few were so good, they didn't make this post. Lol. Like the cassava. There was even one that I'm still not sure the name of. Pictured first below. I mentioned recently that sometimes whole foods selection can be limited. However, I was reminded by my mother, and a few Asians. That my local market carried what I was searching for. I found some rambutams, dragon fruit, green figs, and mangosteens. I cleaned them with about 1/2 a teaspoon of Meyers dish soap, a 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar. Then I ran them under some luke warm water. Allowed them to soak for five minutes then rinsed them. The rambutam is delicious. A juicy grape with an almond for a seed. The green figs were soft on the outside, with juicy tangy seeds on the inside. The dragon fruit tastes similar to kiwi. The mangosteen is sweet and sour. I'm surprised, I wasn't looking for this one. Yet, I probably enjoyed it the most. Nature is beautiful and delicious.
Friday, July 17, 2015
This is a quick and easy breakfast. Chia pods can be found at any whole foods. Only contains chia seeds, vanilla bean, and coconut milk. It needed to be a little sweeter. So I added some 1/2 a teaspoon of coconut sugar. Along with some strawberries and blueberries. The texture is a chewy crunchy, pudding. It's so good!
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
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