CBD oil (or cannabidiol oil) is a so-called mood boosting oil that is popping up in all forms: food products, supplements, lotions, and so on. It touts a slew of therapeutic benefits, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-anxiety, and even anti-epileptic properties.
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During the holiday season, it’s difficult to stay balanced – even with the best intentions. To balance out the hors d’oeuvres and desserts, I have some healthier lunch ideas that will help you feel better after a night of indulgence!
Your green-juice-a-day habit just got hotter. I just tried this recipe and am amazed by how filling and delicious it is.
This is from my friends at Well and Good. Here are the benefits to the green juice you are supposed to drink warm:
Meet the Ayurvedic One-a-Day, a green juice/soup fusion from Kye’s Montana in Santa Monica that’s—get this—meant to be sipped warm. Yes, warm.
This healthy concoction ($6), which flies off the menu, “combines the benefits of juice detoxes and soup cleanses and all their nourishing benefits,” explains Kye’s founder Jeanne Cheng, who studied holistic medicine with Ayurvedic doctor Vaidya Mishra. The recipe is his genius.
With autumn upon us, our bodies naturally crave warmer foods. Who doesn’t love that sensation of hot, hardy food in their belly? It warms you from the inside out, and helps you feel cozy even when the weather outside gets nasty…
But what about physical benefits? How can we treat ourselves to warm, wholesome food that’s also going to provide our bodies with the essentials of good health?
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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death for women and men in the United States. In fact, with responsibility for a staggering 30% of all deaths globally, CVD is the leading cause of death on the planet.
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I am often asked, “which is healthier: juicing or smoothies?”
In fact, smoothies and juices serve different purposes. The health benefits of juices vs. smoothies depend entirely on your desired nutritional outcome.
I make smoothies when I need a nutritious snack, filled with protein and fiber, to hold me over. On the other hand, when I need a boost (especially in the morning) I turn to juicing. Fresh pressed juice is essentially a direct shot of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes into your system – a great coffee substitute for those looking to ditch caffeine.
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Do you ever feel sluggish or run down? Have heartburn and tummy troubles become unwelcome daily companions?
When our digestive system isn’t working properly, it’s our body’s way of telling us something is off balance. Making small shifts in eating habits and managing stress can be the keys that allow your body to do its business properly.
Some of the signs of digestive distress can include, but are not limited to:
Frequent stomach ache
Gas after a meal
Acne (adult and teen)
A working digestive system is one of the most important components to optimum health and wellness. Asking yourself some important questions can pinpoint the underlying issue that may be causing digestive distress.
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