To Whey Or Not To Whey?

So, the question of using whey in smoothies came up in our workshop the other night. While we generally advocate for using other protein sources, Dr. Mercola wrote this great article on the differences and considerations of Whey. When you hear the words WHEY PROTEIN...

Foods to Nourish & Detoxify Your Pineal Gland ~

There are two types of foods: acid-forming or alkaline-forming. Your body is designed for your blood pH balance to be between 7.35-7.45. The differences between the two are like night and day. All sickness, whether the common cold or cancer can only thrive in an...

What is your body lacking? Schizandra will tell you!

The plant Schisandra chinensis is native to northeastern China and the eastern United States. In herbal medicine, the berries are used to make infusions and teas. It is an adaptogen that balances body functions, blood sugar, blood pressure, improves mental...

MSM

MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic sulfur molecule that is found in plants, naturally occurs in the human body, soils, fruits, vegetables, rain and just about everywhere but the Standard American Diet. Because of its non-toxic nature, MSM is non-allergenic and...

Bee Pollen

Did you know The protein content of bee pollen ranges from 10 to 35 percent (according to its plant origin), with a mean average of 20 percent. Forty to fifty percent of this may be in the form of free amino acids. All pollens contain the exact same number of 22 amino...

Are you an emotional eater?

*Emotional hunger comes on suddenly. It hits you in an instant and feels overwhelming and urgent. Physical hunger, on the other hand, comes on more gradually. The urge to eat doesn’t feel as dire or demand instant satisfaction (unless you haven’t eaten for a very long...