Herbal Ice Cubes

Yellow Dock for Herbal Ice Cubes

Herbal ice cubes make a cool (pun intended) remedy for hot summer itches and scratches! Bug bites, poison ivy, hives and other allergic skin reactions can keep kids and adults up at night because of the constant discomfort. Kids especially will … Continue Reading…


Beauty Info Zone is this week’s host of Fashion Flash

No Nonsense Beauty Blog

Beauty Info Zone is the work of two bloggers who met via their love of cosmetics, became fast friends, and decided to share their knowledge and hobby with others. Lisa and Marcia take turns writing articles as well as working … Continue Reading…


Lanolin Lowdown


I was intrigued when I found out that Scents of Wellbeing lotions use lanolin as a main ingredient. In recent years, with the increased popularity of vitamin D, I have been aware of lanolin because it is the most common raw … Continue Reading…


Fresh Tomato Soup. Make Vegan, Vegetarian, or Paleo

Fresh Tomato Soup

Once you have tried fresh tomato soup, you will wonder why you ever bought canned. It is so good and has a completely different flavor than canned. Plus, it still tastes just as good with a homemade grilled cheese 🙂 … Continue Reading…

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H-pylori bacteria basics

The discovery of Helicobacer pylori (H-pylori) is one of the most significant medical findings of the 20th century. It was first described over 100 years ago by a Polish Clinical Researcher Prof W. Jawroski, but it was not detected until … Continue Reading…


“A” words for your Post Workout Smoothie. Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidants, & Alkalize

Post Workout Smoothie

Keep these three “A” words in mind when choosing ingredients for a post workout smoothie: Anti-inflammatory, Anti-oxidants, and Alkalize. Always reach for greens and plants for the alkalize portion (that is why we choose plant protein vs animal protein post workout). … Continue Reading…


How to detox from sugar

detox from sugar

“How can I detox from sugar?” is a question many wellness professionals often hear these days. Chances are, just like most things that have to do with our health, when we realize we are out of balance, we want the … Continue Reading…


Cartilage, collagen, and chondrocytes.


Let’s have a quick lesson on joint health and cartilage to help keep away the pain and stiffness commonly associated with aging. Cartilage building cells are called chondrocytes. As we age, chondrocyte activity slows down and eventually fails to adequately … Continue Reading…


Raw Kelp Noodles with Creamy Vegan Sauce. 21 Amino Acids. 70+ Minerals. Natural Iodine.

Kelp Noodles

Kelp noodles are a great way to add sea vegetables to your families diet without anyone cringing about what they are eating. Kelp noodles are raw and a great alternative to traditional pasta. Kelp, and all sea vegetables, have a … Continue Reading…


Chia Fruit Salad

Chia Fruit Salad

Fruit salads offer a nice change of pace all year long. This is a quick, easy and healthy snack, breakfast main course, or side dish. Any combination of fruit and nuts can be used. You can choose fruits based on … Continue Reading…


How to get fit for summer? Cardio!


Do you have a big event this summer and you want to look and feel your best? Whether it is a wedding, 4th of July party, family reunion, high school reunion, or you have been slacking on your fitness routine, … Continue Reading…


Addressing facial wrinkles holistically

Facial muscles

The appearance of facial wrinkles and lines are generally acquired over time. Emotional expressions are a form of tension. Habitual emotions result from unresolved conflicts, suspicions, fears, etc. These emotions reflect themselves in the facial musculature and appear as skin … Continue Reading…


Join us in our 4th annual 13 day cardio challenge!

Cardio Challenge

Michelle and I have had so much fun the last 3 summers with the cardio challenge, we invite you to join us again! This year we have decided to squeeze it in at the end of May, so by June … Continue Reading…


Root Vegetable Slaw – A fresh twist on the traditional mayo based cole slaw and high in minerals

root vegetable slaw

It may look like traditional cole slaw, but the fresh root vegetables and light dressing used are nothing near as heavy as the traditional mayonnaise based cole slaw. You may use whatever root vegetables are in season and available from … Continue Reading…


Bone broth explanation and recipe

bone broth

Have you jumped on the bone broth bandwagon? Bone broth has become trendy and popular in food circles lately, but you may be surprised to learn that this food has traditionally been used as a health tonic for thousands of … Continue Reading…