The food we eat creates the foundation for life. With so much confusion out there surrounding food, I felt obliged to come up with a generalized set of rules that I believe can be applied to anyone.
I’m not here to tell you what you can and cannot eat. These are rules that I believe are simple and practical to implement when trying to transition to a healthier diet.
Eat whole foods, not processed edible food-like substances. If you pick something up at the grocery store, ask yourself this simple question: “Was this made from nature or by humans?” If you answer “humans”, this is not a whole food.
As humans, we are physiologically designed to eat mostly plants. Plants contain fiber, antioxidants, phytochemicals, and polyphenols which are essential for optimal health. Plants are alive, and therefore will eventually rot and go bad.
Healthy fats: [chia, hemp, flax, sesame, and pumpkin seeds], [olive, avocado, flax, and coconut oil], walnuts, almonds, pistachios, pecans, Brazil nuts, ghee, avoca...
DIY Natural & Toxin-free Chemical Peel + Face Mask. Bentonite clay masks have been used for thousands of years dating back to the days of Cleopatra and ancient Roman spas.
While our skin health is an outward reflection of our internal health, there are a number of things you can do to enhance your external complexion.
I start by using Himalaya’s Walnut Scrub, which gently exfoliates the skin using Walnut Shell granules to scrub away dirt, blackheads and dead cells. It also contains Crab Apple, a soothing antiseptic and keratolytic agent that helps loosen dead skin fragments.
Next, combine Aztec Secret Indian Healing clay with @bragglivefoods unpasteurized apple cider vinegar to create a thick paste for your face mask. Apply a thick layer to your face and let dry for ~20 minutes.
You will feel the clay tighten and pull on the skin as it dries. This is a powerful way to pull impurities and toxins from the pores. The acidity of the apple cider vinegar will enhance the body’s inherent...