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The Beauty Benefits of Tea and a Non-Toxic Teakettle

A lovely cup of tea can soothe the mind, body, and soul on many different levels. Each sip relaxes, beautifies, and nourishes the body to encourage glowing skin and better health. It can be a wonderful ritual that you look forward to each day. It is a moment to pause, be present, and let the worries of the day slip away. It is an opportunity to nourish your beauty from within.   Each step of the tea preparation is important to ensure you get the maximum benefits with each sip. The teakettle you use to prepare your daily cup of...

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Natural Ways to Heal a Hormone Imbalance

With all the noise floating around (even in the wellness world) it’s hard to know if there are truly any natural ways to heal a hormone imbalance. Oftentimes my clients or course students come to me thinking and actually believing they are broken. I’m here to assure you, this is not the case. Your body is designed to take care of you and HEAL. So, let’s talk about some of the top steps I recommend you take if you want to heal your hormones naturally.  This lifestyle change worked for myself and thousands of my instagram followers, students and 1:1...

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Green Living and How to Create a Less Toxic Home

Like most of us, in my twenties I thought I knew exactly where I wanted to go with my life.  I had lofty dreams and big plans to create an incredibly successful life.  But it’s always interesting how events in our lives and circumstances that arise end up changing our goals and adjusting our path.  I’ve heard these little changes that influence our decisions called divine breadcrumbs: the common themes that keep showing up in our lives gently nudging us to a different path. In truth, I think this is exactly how I was led to a toxin free lifestyle. Green living...

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How Lyme Disease Led Me On A Holistic Healing Journey 

When I was 24 years old my life was turned upside down. I worked as a nanny for twins which is exhausting in itself. I vividly remember sitting in the pick up line at their school and thinking, “there’s absolutely no way I am going to make it through the next 5 minutes, let alone the rest of the day.” I called my dad, sobbing, not even knowing how I was going to physically have the strength to grip the steering wheel or put my foot on the gas pedal. That’s what every single day of my life was like....

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My Road to Recovery: How Making Four Easy Changes Improved My Life

According to New York Times best-selling author and founder and medical director of The UltraWellness Center, Dr. Mark Hyman once stated, “We are exposed to 6 million pounds of mercury and the 2.5 billion pounds other toxic chemicals each year.” And according to one study, even newborn babies have more than 200 kinds of toxins in their blood!  Toxins are hard to escape from — they’re in our food, the air we breathe, on toys, in makeup…the list goes on and on. The good news is that there are lots of ways to reduce our exposure. You don’t have to...

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Five Brilliant Ways to use a Dutch Oven

Dutch ovens are a genius piece of cookware that doesn’t get nearly enough praise. A Dutch oven is a wide-bottomed, heavy cooking pot with a tight fitting lid and looped handles on either side. But if you look beyond these cosmetic features, you will see that a Dutch oven is also a hard worker. This capable cookware is a one-pot wonder that is perfect for low cooking, slow cooking, high heat, and even barbecuing. The next time you’re in the kitchen, start brainstorming ways to do your Dutch oven justice. Start with these five brilliant uses. 1. Grilling Using your...

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Seven Ways to Use a Wok

A wok is a very unique bowl-shaped frying pan with Chinese origins dating all the way back to the Han-Dynasty. This pan may have a small flat bottom and wide, sloping edges or it could be completely rounded (i.e. the traditional Chinese design). Woks are often made of carbon steel, an almost indestructible material that can and really should be pre seasoned.  This seasoning, referred to as the patina, functions to make a wok virtually nonstick and to prevent rusting. Like the seasoning on a well-loved cast iron pan, this seasoning also imparts flavor into dishes. You can develop a...

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What's the Difference Between a Teapot and a Tea Kettle?

If you’re not much of a tea drinker, you probably use the terms teapot and tea kettle interchangeably. But anyone who makes their own cup of tea each day could tell you that these are two different vessels that serve two different purposes in the art tea making. Let's have a look at what makes a teapot and tea kettle different and how to use each one. Teapot vs. Tea Kettle Simply put, a tea kettle is what you use to heat water for tea and a teapot is what you use to actually steep tea.  You need both to...

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