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  • rodprojects
    06.12.2021 - 6 hours ago
    #make food more organic #change groceries #how to make food more helthy #how to make food more natural #how to change information #how to pray #pray for
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  • mindfulmarketplaceusa
    06.12.2021 - 8 hours ago
    #vitamin c #organic for health #organic food #True Value of Organic #Nutrition products benefits
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  • kisanwindow
    06.12.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Recipe Recommendations: 3 Warm Beverages for Winters

    The month of December brings with itself the harsh & dry winters. The cold breeze, drop in temperature, surprising showers once in a while tie in the sweater weather. Such extreme weather conditions can be really on your overall health & wellbeing. Several health issues include common cold, cough, joint pain, flu, and sore throat can raise the head and degrade your health greatly if you don’t pay attention.

    When it comes to good health and improved mind and body, there are a plethora of paths you can take. One of which is incorporating warm and healthy beverages into your diet.

    Lemon Spiced Tea


    8 cups of water

    14 lemon-flavored tea bags

    6 cinnamon sticks (3 inches)

    1/2 cup of honey

    1/2 to 1 tsp lemon extract, optional

    Lemon slices and additional cinnamon sticks


    Take a large pan and add water to it. Bring it to a boil.

    Now, remove the pan from the heat then add tea bags to it as well as the cinnamon sticks.

    Cover the pan and let it steep for 6 minutes.

    Once the time is up, take out the tea bags and the cinnamon sticks. Mix in the honey and then extract the tea.

    Garnish with lemon slices and cinnamon sticks.

    Hot Ginger Coffee


    6 tbsp of ground coffee (not instant)

    1 tbsp of grated orange zest

    1 tbsp of chopped crystallized ginger

    1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon

    6 cups of cold water

    Whipped cream, cinnamon sticks, and/or additional orange zest, optional


    Mix the coffee, orange zest, ginger, and cinnamon.

    Now place it in a coffee filter.

    Then brew it with the cold water according to the manufacturer's directions.

    Garnish with whipped cream, cinnamon sticks, and orange zest.

    Warm Spiced Cider Punch


    3/4 tsp of ground ginger

    3 whole cloves

    2 cinnamon sticks

    Optional: Orange slices and additional cinnamon sticks

    4 cups of apple cider or unsweetened apple juice

    2-1/4 cups water

    1 can (6 ounces) frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed

    3/4 tsp of ground nutmeg


    In a 3-qt slow cooker, mix in the apple cider, water, orange juice concentrate, nutmeg, and ginger.

    Now put cloves and cinnamon sticks on a cheesecloth (double thickness). Combine the corners and tie them with a string.

    Place the bag in the slow cooker.

    Put the lid on the cooker and let it cook for 4-5 hours on a low flame.

    Afterward, remove the spice bag and discard it.

    Garnish with orange slices and additional cinnamon sticks if desired.

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  • apnourry
    06.12.2021 - 18 hours ago

    can i clean the majority of this apartment before mims gets here I DO NOT KNOW but lawd if i’m not gonna try

    #i cleaned the downstairs closet and bathroom and entryway??don’t know if there’s a better word for what it is #and i did the first part of cleaning the stairs #the dining table needs to be sorted out #i have the other closets downstairs to kinda organize #i néed to sweep vacuum and mop #still need to do laundry and dishes #and take out the trash #and then idk what else #also have to change the oil in the 4runner and go to the dmv for registration purposes since my tags expired in september WHOOPS #at some point i néed to get to the grocery store #and i have to buy food for holly bear but i’m getting that tomorrow from the *xchange god save me #yikes #and it will all be done by me #despite the fact that i pushed myself too hard and shouldn’t have gone back to work and i’m fucking dead #good times #just girly things #anyway #i’m not sorry for posting my irrelevancies
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  • naturalholisticlivingwellness
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Here’s a couple of things I’ve learned in my short time of dealing with natural health. Almost all of what ails us (including mental health) boils down to 4 things:

    Nutrient Deficiency

    Hormone Imbalance

    Poor Gut Health

    Toxin Overload

    So how can we fix these?

    Well, if you HAD to put those four items down to one, it would be gut health followed closely by detoxing (they go hand in hand).Why? Because we have almost as many neurons in our gut as we do our brain, we absorb nutrients through our gut, 70-80% of our immune system is in our gut, and the gut is responsible for the production of neurotransmitters and many of our hormones. Basically, it’s in the top 4 most important organs of the body after the brain, lungs and heart.

    But how do we take care this often overlooked organ?

    Well for one what we put into our body DOES matter, especially for children who are still developing. Have you ever looked at the ingredients in most food here in America? Just go to the store and pick up something random off the shelf and look at what makes it. Odds are, the list of ingredients are an inch long in small print with only a few items that you can actually recognize and pronounce. Some of those items are everyday items like sodium bicarbonate which is baking soda. Others are toxic carcinogens that somehow have been deemed “safe” for ingestion in the United States but are entirely banned in other countries! 🤔

    So if you want a good rule of thumb, read the ingredients and avoid eating anything that you don’t know what it is, at least until you do some research on what each ingredient is. If you can’t pronounce it, it shouldn’t be going in (or on!) your body. If you can, try to avoid traditionally branded, prepackaged and shelf-stable “food”. What makes it shelf stable is a bunch of chemicals and very little nutrients.

    Okay, so basically just go around the outside of the grocery store to get the fresh stuff and avoid the stuff in the middle right?

    Well, yes and no. That’s certainly an improvement, but there’s still tons of toxins and junk in that food. Even something an unassuming as a fresh piece of fruit of vegetables could be covered in a whole bunch of yuck. For one, did you know that farmers use Glyphosate to bring all crops, especially cereal grains like wheat, to ripeness all at the same time? Now, you might be asking, what the heck is that? It’s more commonly referred to as a popular weed killer called “Round Up”! If you may recall, that particular brand is part of a lawsuit for it being carcinogenic, which means it can cause cancer. Many traditional fruits and vegetables have been genetically modified to withstand being sprayed with Round Up and other herbicides, which means that it gets absorbed and stored into the plants because it doesn’t kill it. Yuck!

    The best choice when it comes to getting fruits and vegetables is to get items labeled organic and/or non-gmo because they are not legally allowed to be labeled as organic if they have been modified in any way. If all organic is a bit pricy for you, check out this list of the dirty dozen and clean fifteen.

    Huh? What’s that? Well, the dirty dozen is a list of foods that if you get them should be bought organic because they contain a bunch of pesticide residue even if you peel and wash them, while the clean fifteen have minimal or no pesticide residue and can be bought without being organic.

    So here’s 2021’s Dirty Dozen list according the EWG:

    1. Strawberries

    2. Spinach

    3. Kale, Collards and Mustard Greens

    4. Nectarines

    5. Apples

    6. Grapes

    7. Cherries

    8. Peaches

    9. Pears

    10. Peppers (Bell and Hot)

    11. Celery

    12. Tomatoes

    I don’t know about you, it most of those are staples in our house!

    Now for the clean fifteen!

    1. Avocados

    2. Sweet Corn (may still be genetically modified)

    3. Pineapple

    4. Onions

    5. Papaya (may be genetically modified)

    6. Frozen sweet peas

    7. Eggplant

    8. Asparagus

    9. Broccoli

    10. Cabbage

    11. Kiwis

    12. Cauliflower

    13. Mushrooms

    14. Honeydew Melon

    15. Cantaloupe Melon

    For a complete list of of clean and dirty produce, check out the link here: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/

    Okay, so now you know about produce, but what about animal products? This should be okay right? Uh, no. Far from it actually. Many big industrial farms and meat companies are actually quite horrible. In fact, Tyson foods is one of the biggest contributors to the agricultural waste that gets pumped into the Gulf of Mexico, effectively creating a literal dead zone on the coast. 😱🤮 on top of that, many animals are kept in areas where there is overcrowding, disease and stress/elevated cortisol levels. These all lead to less than ideal meat.

    Your best bet for animal products is pastured raised and organic. It’s more expensive, but that’s because they are legally required to give each animal more space and they can only use natural medicine (no antibiotics or added hormones at all).

    So that‘s all you need to do to help heal your gut? Better food?

    Sadly, still no. Food isn’t the only source of chemicals that mess with our guts. What we use to clean our homes and our bodies are just as bad. Makeup, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, perfume, dishwashing soap and detergent, laundry detergent, hand sanitizer, General household cleaners etc. Anything that contains the word “fragrance” on the label alone could have over 3,000 chemicals that mess with all kinds of things. Not even including what’s in our water It can be overwhelming! So how can we lessen those toxins?

    -Filter the water you drink

    - get an air purifier

    - swap out your toiletries and cleaners for better alternatives.

    Here’s some cleaning alternatives:

    -Earthley’s Cleaning Line

    -Norwex (not 100% clean because of the micro fibers, but still better than the stuff you breathe in)

    -Thieves Cleaning Line from Young Living (use with caution with young children and animals)


    -Branch Basics

    -My GreenFills

    For Make-up I’ve seen people use



    -Savvy Minerals by Young Living

    For toiletries this is what I would use

    -Carina Organics for liquid shampoo and conditioner

    -Earthley for deodorant, bar soap, dry shampoo, tooth powder

    -Young Living for toothpaste and mouth rinse (I do not like their hair products personally).

    Skin care

    -Passport to Organics

    -The Green Esthetician

    -Earthley’s Skin Care line

    To finish up helping the gut, I would recommend detoxing and some gut support items. For this I would use the following

    -if you have amalgam fillings, are breastfeeding or detoxing infants, I would use a zeolite spray like TRS. If not, I would recommend V****** detox from Earthley

    -Fulvic acid

    -Morning Complete from Activated You (they also have a probiotic supplement

    -High quality fermented foods

    The following are from Earthley

    -Liver Love

    -Gut Health Oil

    -Good Night Lotion (promotes healthy bowel movements)

    -Digest Support (half an hour before each meal in water)

    -Digest Ease

    -UT Relief

    -Lymphatic Cream

    -Caster Oil Packs

    Once you’ve cleaned up your gut health, you should see a great improvement in many areas of your life. Keep in mind two key things: 1. you get what you pay for (cheaper may not be healthier when it comes to food and other items). 2. anything worth doing takes quite a bit of time (sometimes months or years) and fixing your health is no exception.

    To find resources for cleaner and cheaper food than the grocery store or some of the alternatives I suggested, please check out my linktree here: https://linktr.ee/Donezzia!

    Hope this helps you all!

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  • curegraze
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Baobab fruit!

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  • moonskyearth
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    ... a moment of Summer ... ♡

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  • manilapalette
    22.08.2021 - 3 monts ago

    It's #meriendatime with @farmerycafe’s Organic Cheeseburger + Berries & Banana Smoothie!

    ✔︎ Light & airy burger buns ✔︎ Burger patty tasted organic & was very juicy ✔︎ Freshly made smoothie

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  • mossyskies
    05.12.2021 - 1 day ago

    Ppl are so weird abt christmas they're like "what?? What do you mean you don't celebrate it?? But it's the best holiday ever it's the happiest time of year!!!" Meanwhile everyone I know that celebrates christmas is stressed as hell this time of year

    #christmas#moss speaks #dude everyone is stressed abt getting the Right Presents and having enough money #and organizing get togethers with every part of the family #and cooking the food and getting enough food for everyone
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