I just wanted to share this wonderful note I received regarding the regimen I suggested to help Angie with her diverticulitis/digestive system ailments. We love hearing from our followers and clients! Kathy,I am writing you this letter to thank you. Over the last several weeks I have been plagued with intense stomach pain, the inability… Continue reading “I Can’t Thank You Enough…”
With Fall being here rather suddenly with the latest record-breaking snow arrival, the need to build our immunity through various ways can help us keep balanced. If we do catch a cold or a flu of some kind, the symptoms can be usually reduced by good preparation. Personally, since my husband Jim and I have… Continue reading Now’s the Time to Tune-Up Your Immune System
I love tea and as some of you know, I make my own tea called Clovelly Tea (and a few others are coming). So I recently happened upon a little shop in the Crestwood Shops' area of Kansas City called Tea Market and was thrilled with my new discovery. It turned out to be much… Continue reading Discover the “Tea Market”
With February being American Heart Month, we wanted to remind you that you’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to your heart. Here are the 4 ways to be heart healthy at any age. Don’t smoke. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. If you don’t smoke, don’t start. If… Continue reading 4 Ways to Take Control of Your Heart Health
(Note: Part 1 of our adventure is covered in the previous blog, "Wellness and Beauty Insights from Ojai") The Ojai Herbal Symposium had a few optional choices for herbal use/applications. Ruth chose to do the Herbal Walk just a few miles away from the Theosophy center where most of the classes were held. We shared… Continue reading Insights from Ojai Part 2: Community Garden Tour
According to most nutrition experts, the key to an overall healthy diet is to limit your intake of "ultra-processed" foods. We all know this, but it’s so easy not to do it. Unfortunately, they make up about 60% of total calories and contribute 90% of calories from added sugars. We also all know that we… Continue reading 8 Ways to Limit Your Intake of Processed Foods
What promotes our efforts to look and feel good and what undercuts our efforts? What are these dream destroyers that undercut our real goal of improving ourselves or maintaining our recent past improvements? Is it our attitudes or our outlook on change? One deterrent is perfectionism, the other is fear. These two traits can then… Continue reading Look Good. Feel Good.
I take Land & SEAsonings with us when my husband Jim and I travel for business or pleasure around the world. We often stay at Airbnb's, and while we eat out a lot to indulge in the local food, I often whip something up to eat for us, and having my Land & SEAsoning spice… Continue reading Staying and Eating Healthy Around the World!
Did you know that a reasonably inactive adult loses approximately 2 litres of water a day through breath, sweat and urine? All drinks, apart from alcohol count toward making up this amount including tea and coffee – and more than a third of our water comes from our food. You may require more fluid if… Continue reading Hungry? Drink Some Water First.
According to Harvard Public Health, 54% of U.S. adults report drinking coffee daily. If you are among this coffee drinking group, make sure to pay close attention to what is added to your morning brew. Many consumers and coffee-chains are serving up drinks loaded with extra calories, fat, sugar, and preservatives. Here are some easy… Continue reading Give Your Coffee a Boost and Make it a Little Healthier