If you're like me and eat a lot of eggs during the week, you're probably tossing out a lot of shells. Did you know that birds love to eat egg shells? It's an especially wonderful calcium-rich snack for female birds. So instead of throwing out your egg shells every morning,Read More
If you drink a lot of coffee this is an easy DIY body scrub using coffee grounds. You can use fresh coffee grounds, or used coffee grounds to create less waste. All you need is coffee grounds and coconut oil. Mix together until it creates your desired texture - youRead More
In a previous post I talked about using the leftover water after boiled vegetables as plant spray. My daughter has discovered another way to repurpose the nutrient dense water. Watch below!
If you ever boil vegetables, instead of throwing out the nutrient dense water, consider saving it and using it to feed your plants. All you need is a glass spray bottle. Once the water cools down from being boiled, pour it into the glass spray bottle and give your plantsRead More
If you use a lot of lemons in your home like I do, then you probably already have all the ingredients to make this cleaning soak. This is a great way to reduce waste, and repurpose "trash." Ingredients: Lemon Peels Distilled Vinegar A large plastic jar Instructions: Fill the jarRead More
Alex shares with us the substitute for aluminum deodorant she uses, her armpit detox method, and the essential oil she likes to use to combat body odor. Products Mentioned Alex's deodorant - Thai Salt Crystal Deodorant Essential oil with antibacterial properties to combat odor - YL Grapefruit Oil Armpit detoxRead More
If you lack gut health, many debilitating symptoms can follow. Probiotics are a great supplement to add to your daily regimen in order to keep your gut healthy. Probiotics help balance the bacteria in the gut, which is important for immune health, hormone balance, and more. There are many reputableRead More
Mouth breathing can cause many long-lasting health issues. One of the main signs of mouth breathing is snoring. Our very own Landis Felts, RDH shares some tips on how to breathe through your nose all night long.
While sippy cups aren't inherently bad, a prolonged use can cause malocclusion (crooked teeth), dental decay, and muscle imbalances (1). Our tongue posture growing up directly affects the outcome of our teeth later on in life. Jill Savolt This is a great article written by myofunctional therapist, Jill Savolt. IRead More