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Dairy-Free Superfood Lattes: Alternatives to Coffee
August 13 2018
A latte is simply coffee with milk. Lattes have twice the caffeine as a traditional coffee. Most people drink lattes for the extra boost in the morning that a regular cup of coffee cannot provide. An individual who doesn’t want to drink milk or can’t drink milk often stays away from lattes. However, lattes can be made dairy-free. Dairy-free means substituting products that don’t include milk, such as coconut or rice.
Madre Labs CocoCeps 3-Ingredient Brownies
December 7 2017
Try these fudgy, rich brownies for a natural energy boost!
How to Make Homemade Bronzer
July 19 2018
Bronzer is an excellent way to add color to a person's skin and accent the natural curves and structure of the face. However, most store-bought bronzer products are packed with chemicals and harmful ingredients. Top-of-the-line bronzers can be made at home. For anyone looking to create natural makeup at home, free of chemicals and harsh byproducts, here is everything that's needed.
Cooking with Ghee
July 21 2017
Ghee means "sprinkled" in Sanskrit. It is a type of clarified butter that does not contain water or solids from milk. Ghee first came from the cow, which is a sacred animal in the Hindu religion. For centuries, people have been using ghee in Indian recipes and in a type of holistic medicine called Ayurvedic. The clarified butter supposedly has a healing property called Rasayana, or the ability to make a person's lifespan longer. The book used by Ayurvedic doctors, "Susruta Samhita," says that it is good for the entire body. The use of ghee began in India and quickly spread to the Middle East and Asia centuries ago.
Pros and Cons of Natural Deodorants
June 26 2018
Natural deodorants have become popular in recent years. Many people are concerned with the chemicals and the potentially harmful effects of traditional deodorants.
5 BIG Reasons to Love Whey Protein
September 27 2017
Whey is a natural byproduct of the cheese making process. Cow’s milk has about 6.25% protein. Of that protein, 80% is casein (another type of protein) and the remaining 20% is whey. When cheese is made, it uses the casein molecules leaving the whey behind. Whey protein is made via filtering off the other components of whey such as lactose, fats, and minerals. Whey protein is a soluble, easy to digest, and is efficiently absorbed into the body. When taken prior to a meal, it improves blood sugar control.
Do It Yourself Muscle Rub
April 26 2017
How about a Homemade Muscle Rub?
Oral Health Alternatives
August 10 2018
Every product imaginable seems to be getting a clean upgrade these days. From beauty products to cleaning agents, consumers’ desire for alternative and organic ingredients is here to stay.
Summertime Breeze Body Oil
August 9 2018
Body oils are common in many households all over the world.
The Best Supplements and Food for a Cardiovascular Workout
August 8 2018
When done right, cardiovascular workouts provide you with numerous benefits. Cardio increases blood circulation and metabolism, strengthens your lungs and heart, improves your overall fitness level, and more. As it turns out, cardio is good all-around!
Homemade Oat Milk Recipe + Benefits
August 7 2018
Many people are on the lookout for an alternative to dairy milk without the fuss and expense. Oat milk is just the thing! All it takes is a couple of ingredients and 10 minutes for healthy, delicious, easy-to-make oat milk. Check out the recipe and enjoy the benefits!
Arthritis Pain, Turmeric and Boswellia
August 6 2018
Arthritis is a condition that has affected humans since the beginning of time. Symptoms usually start as early as age 40 for those afflicted and progress as we age.
The Best Sports Supplements for Men
August 3 2018
You train hard, eat well, and are looking for a way to maximize your results from all that hard work. Your gym buddies have brought up sports supplements to you on many occasions. But where to begin? Pre-workout formulas? Post-workout? During a workout? Vitamins, minerals, soy protein, whey protein–what is what and why do I need it? Where do I even start?
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