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No Nonsense Beauty Blog

Prime Beauty Blog, is for women 40 & over and in the prime of their lives! Women over 40 have unique issues and Prime Beauty Blog addresses those issues with information and products geared specifically for them. Cindy is hosting … Continue Reading…


Busy day Breakfast Smoothie. Fuel: Coconut oil, Plant Protein, doubled Greens

Breakfast Smoothie

This breakfast smoothie is built with a busy day in mind. If you know you will need extra energy, for extended lengths of time, requiring extra brain power and focus, this is the kind of smoothie recipe to follow to … Continue Reading…


Fungus IS among us! Do you care?


Our goal here at SW is to give you important information on health and wellness that is more than just the “basics”, but that doesn’t overwhelm the reader with so much science that it loses the impact of importance. We … Continue Reading…


Recipe: Vegan (if you choose), Gluten Free, Easy, Pumpkin Muffins

Vegan GF Pumkin Muffins

We have 2 versions of our pumpkin muffins recipe for you. Michelle gave us the base, and Melanie decided to make these on a whim for company one weekend without shopping for the exact ingredients beforehand. So we have indicated … Continue Reading…

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8 Natural Remedies for Bug Bites and Skin Rashes.

Natural Skin

1. Green/Black Teas: One of the best available natural remedies are “used tea bags”. They quickly reduces the inflammation and rashes. 2. Aloe Vera Gel: Apply Aloe Vera onto the infected body part. It helps in hydrating the affected area and ease … Continue Reading…


Chocolate Chip Cookies with Coconut Oil and Spelt Flour

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These chocolate chip cookies come out so good. The combination of coconut oil and spelt flour is amazing! You can use an egg substitute in these with no problem. A gluten free flour blend would work as well. Spelt is … Continue Reading…


Tight Junctions. Get in the know!

tight junctions

The brain-gut connection is no longer folklore. The gut is a viable second brain that links digestion, mood, health, and thought processes. Discover a revolutionary new understanding of tight junctions, the connection between two adjacent cells that are so close … Continue Reading…


Smoothie Recipe: The Healthy Version of a McDonald’s Strawberry Shake

Strawberry Shake

I’m not sure what a McDonald’s Strawberry Shake tastes like today, or even if they still sell them. I honestly have not stepped foot into a McDonald’s in about 20 years, other than to maybe use the restroom on a … Continue Reading…

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Nutrients that support fitness. Rhodiola, Green Tea, Chromium, Royal Jelly, and more….

Positive Relationship to Fitness

There are MANY nutrients that will support your fitness endeavors. This short list includes some of our favorite nutrients that support fitness. Some of these nutrients you have heard of, some maybe not. Click on the name of the nutrient … Continue Reading…


Antioxidants and ORAC Value explained


What is the capacity of your diet to absorb free radicals and prevent oxidation in your body? It’s probably pretty good if  you are eating foods with a high ORAC value. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. This is … Continue Reading…


Recipe: Tempeh Fried Quinoa. Easily assimilated protein & dietary fiber.


Tempeh is a traditional soy product originally from Indonesia. It is made by a natural culturing and fermentation process that binds the soybeans into a cake form. The fermentation process reduces the phytic acid in soy, which in turn allows … Continue Reading…

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Many features make Sea Buckthorn Berry a very unique super food.

Sea Buckthorn

What is a sea buckthorn berry? It is a small orange berry, and like most berries, they are extremely nutrient dense. What makes this berry unique is that it is the world’s richest source of omega 7. Like the goji … Continue Reading…


Folic acid. What you need to know.

Folic Acid

Our genes naturally program the creation of tens of thousands of proteins and enzymes telling each of our 70 trillion cells what to do. The MTHFR gene specifically codes for an enzyme called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. This enzyme (also known as … Continue Reading…


Cold sore remedies found at the health food store

Cold sore remedies

If you are prone to the dreaded cold sore, below is a shopping list of supplements you may want to look into that can really help discourage the appearance, and/or support the disappearance of them. These supplements can be taken … Continue Reading…


The cabbage family and your health

cabbage family

Considered one of the most ancient common vegetables, cabbage is also one of the most economical and healthiest vegetables today. Although cabbage is technically a biennial herb of the mustard family, centuries of cultivation have produced other forms of the … Continue Reading…