Soup season is one of our favorite seasons of the year. In fact, soup season lasts almost every season for us. Soup is a great way to consume a lot of our vegetables and we credit Melanie Cornacchia for sending us this great recipe. Ingredients ¾ cups chopped cooking or sweet onion 1 tbsp coconut […]
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This recipe is great to have on hand for an afternoon snack or pre/post-workout treat. These delicious snack bars store perfectly in the fridge or freezer so you have a delicious snack any time you want. Ingredients: 1 chia egg (1 tbsp ground chia seeds + 3 tbsp warm water) 2 ¼ cups rolled oats 1 […]
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Now more than ever, keeping our innate immune systems primed is so important as we continue to face old and new viruses, bacteria, and toxins. We've teamed up with Youtheory to give away three amazing prizes. These prizes include: Youtheory Immune+ Daily Wellness which has 100% of the daily Vitamin C and D as well […]
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What secret topical healing product should be in your medicine cabinet right now? Alongside the bandages, scissors, and antibiotic cream, you might want to add silver first aid gel as one of your go-to’s for healing all kinds of minor wounds. Silver First Aid Gel is a popular homeopathic topical healing product that can be […]
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Radiation is all around us; it’s not something we can avoid completely. After all, sunlight comes to us in the form of ultraviolet rays, and we need sunlight to produce vitamin D and to enjoy other health benefits. But we’re concerned primarily about the radiation from other sources, the harm it can do to your […]
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Many supplements and over-the-counter pills have packaging that states they have an “enteric coating.” What does that mean? And furthermore, what does it mean when it comes to probiotics? What is an enteric coating? An enteric coating is “a barrier applied to oral medication that controls the location in the digestive tract where it is […]
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The statistics today are alarming: one in eight women will develop breast cancer. Each woman must choose between lumpectomy, mastectomy, radiation or chemotherapy in deciding how best to respond to her situation. With no cure for breast cancer insight, everyone agrees that early detection is crucial. Presently, breast self-examination and regular mammograms are the prescribed […]
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In times like these, it’s sometimes hard to determine what information is legitimate and what should be ignored. There have, for example, been some inaccurate reports about the potential effects of using elderberry to help support your immune system when it comes to a virus and more specifically during this pandemic. Quite simply, there is […]
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Personal care manufacturers have convinced us we need fancy formulated products to look our best. But we don’t. It's no secret that chemicals are used widely in household and personal care items. From phthalates and petroleum to detergents and fragrances-what we put on our skin is as important as we put inside it. By making […]
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Cooler temperatures, the leaves turning bright colors are the hallmark of fall. We return to comforting foods like roasted vegetables, stews, and soups. Sometimes you may just reach for a can of soup on the grocery store shelf and we wanted to give you a list to check when reading soup labels. So here is […]
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At one time, people got a sufficient amount of magnesium and other trace elements from their food. Now, however, declining amounts of the mineral in our soil (and thus resulting crops), as well as habits that help deplete magnesium from the body, such as the use of prescription drugs, high consumption of refined and processed […]
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If you're like me, you're looking for something to help you fight off the cold as the weather changes. This savory, nutritious soup is just what you need. Fresh, organic leeks are in grocery stores right now, carrots have beta carotene and Vitamin A which are great for fighting off colds or infections. Celery is […]
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“Honey is honey, it’s just that simple.” So states the National Honey Board, and on the surface, the statement is true. Pure honey is nothing more than the end result of what honey bees produce from plant nectar and secretions. Honey is truly wondrous in its simplicity, as we’ll see below. Yet honey is also […]
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Here we are again with a new Label Lesson. Yogurt can be a great source of gut-friendly probiotics however, this can come with a catch. When you choose yogurt you may want to look at alternatives to dairy if you are sensitive and also lookout for a lot of added sugar in the form of […]
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Twice a day we find ourselves reminding our kids to brush their teeth. At Naturally Savvy, we learned early on that kid's toothpaste is often marketed to kids with fancy flavors, colors, sparkles, and to parents who want to ensure their kids don't get cavities with fluoride. It has since been discovered that fluoride is […]
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As we enter the fall season, and we consider what's next, we're all grappling with fear, anxiety, and a lot of questions on what's best for our children and families. We're all holding on to the hope that we've made the best decisions for our families. Decisions that will keep them, and us, and others […]
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How often do you hear someone ask (or perhaps you have posed the same question), "Isn't that a coincidence?" or "What a coincidence that we met! What were the chances?" The phenomenon of coincidences has fascinated people for millennia. Some say they are hogwash, others assign deep mystical meaning to them, while others are somewhere […]
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Dragonfruit may look odd on the outside but it's going to help you get a beautiful glow. Dragonfruit is especially rich in vitamin C, good fatty acids, and B vitamins. For this recipe, we recommend the ones with the pink inside for a vibrant colorful smoothie. You can usually find them either fresh or frozen […]
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We all need to focus on ourselves from time-to-time and especially now heading into the fall months, we need self-care for our immune systems as well. Thanks to Kyolic for helping us give away three prize packages with their "trifecta" of immune-boosting supplements: Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Immune Formula 103 Kyo-Dophilus® Daily Probiotic Kyo•Green® Harvest […]
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There's a song called "Everything Old is New Again," and that could apply to the jade roller. It's true: jade rollers aren't anything new. In fact, they have been around for thousands of years. So why are we talking about this simple yet effective beauty tool right now as if it were a new invention? […]
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Depending on where you might live, it could be getting colder outside. There's no better time than now to try some new and delicious soup recipes! This broccoli and cauliflower loaded soup is sure to keep you feeling full and satisfied while also packing a nutritional punch! Ingredients: 1 head of cauliflower 1 head of […]
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Do you find it difficult to stay cool when sleeping? Do you toss and turn in an effort to get comfortable? You are not alone! Although we all know that getting adequate sleep is critical for our physical and mental health, so many of us also experience difficulties falling and staying asleep. One of the […]
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This giveaway from Sovereign Silver gives you a sample kit that provides you with the "powerful immune support your body needs". There will be three randomly drawn winners who will each receive a prize worth $45. This prize contains: Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol – Twist Top – 1oz Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol – Fine Mist Spray – […]
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If you are experiencing tummy problems such as bloating, nausea, and cramping on a regular basis that you can't explain, there's a chance it may be diverticulitis. Like most other stomach and intestinal conditions, lifestyle and especially dietary choices can go a long way toward resolving symptoms of diverticulitis and help you get your life […]
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Enjoy this veggie-loaded healthy and very hearty fall or winter soup. If you are not able to find French green lentils, you can easily substitute regular green lentils in this dish. Ingredients 4 leeks, white and light green parts only 1 large bunch of kale 1 tablespoon organic extra-virgin olive oil 1 28-ounce can diced tomatoes, […]
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Collagen is sexy. In fact, I'd say it's darn sexy because it's an essential fibrous protein needed to preserve our skin, bones, and connective tissues, and provides elasticity, strength, and structural support for all of them. Our body's production of collagen begins to decline around age 40, which is why wrinkles, sagging skin, and weakening […]
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The leaves are changing and our cravings switch from cooling foods to warm and nourishing foods. This delicious nutrient-packed side dish that compliments any meal or is great on its own. The roasted root vegetables get caramelized in the oven for a yummy treat. I always make extra and have them for lunch the next […]
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As proteins go, collagen is one that gets a lot of attention. One reason may be that collagen and hair have an intimate connection. Most of us have a real strong attachment to our hair and how it looks and feels. It's part of our identity. What is collagen? Collagen is a protein that supports […]
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Are you having trouble getting quality sleep? Are you sleeping enough? Many of us don't get a solid night's sleep on a consistent basis, nor do we get the 7 to 8 hours that is recommended. Would you like to change that scenario? Well, we have some great suggestions for you, and all of them […]
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