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This word “metabolism” is thrown around a lot these days. You know that if yours is too slow you might gain weight. There is a lot more to your metabolism than exercising or eating all the time. Are these even healthy things to do? How is this possible, what exactly does this all mean?
Modern bread from the store is filled with terrible ingredients. Bread doesn't need to be loaded with sugar, dyes and preservatives to taste delicious! I love experimenting with new ways to make bread that don't use wheat flour and don't contain dangerous, hormone damaging sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. This tasty, fun colored, free-form loaf of bread is made with raw beats. It's perfect for lunch, slathered with butter, dunked in soup, or spread with coconut butter and stevia chocolate syrup!
The liver is one of your most important digestive organs, specifically for regulating hormones. This is because the liver deactivates excess hormones and hormones that are no longer functional in your body. When cortisol is elevated (either from a leaky gut, poor diet, or stress response) the liver's ability to effectively remove excess hormones is highly decreased. We can talk about these hormones, like cortisol, another time. Today, let’s talk about our liver.
With this homemade brownie recipe you’ll never want a box mix again! Chris and I love these rich, chocolate brownies on Friday nights when we watch our favorite show. They are so simple to make, sugar free (really important for me) and they taste amazing. You will fall in love with the flavor of fresh brownies you cook yourself.
Hi beauties, I promised you all a super easy coconut yogurt recipe. Eating it is a great way to consume probiotics that balance the bacteria in your gut, keeping the bad bacteria under control. I love this recipe because homemade Coconut Yogurt helps you avoid sugar and additives that you will find in even the plain yogurts available in stores!