What if I told you there was a super substance out there that was virtually free for most, widely available, and hella versatile, too? What if I told you 60% of our bodies are made up of this substance? Yup, I’m talking about water.
When it comes to wellness essentials, fermented cabbage may not be at the top of your grocery list. Whyever not?
This time of year is kind of like spring break for viruses – cooler temperatures paired with lots of air travel thanks to vacations and school breaks. Thankfully, there are plenty of herbs like echinacea to keep colds at arm’s length.
One herb can often be found growing bright and beautiful at the side of California highways and makes a pretty addition to summer bouquets on top of aiding digestion… meet milk thistle.
In wellness, it always seems a new ingredient is catching the spotlight — ashwagandha, reishi… but if you’re looking for a way to support memory, concentration, and possible full-body wellbeing, you might want to consider a classic: ginkgo.
By now, it’s crystal clear: our collective love for turmeric (and golden lattes) runs deep. The spicy deliciousness of everyone’s favorite golden drink can’t be denied, but for a spice that’s been revered for thousands of years in everything from cooking to ritual, it’s surprisingly relegated to that single preparation.
Springing into a new routine isn’t quite as simple as grabbing your water bottle and booking it out the door. As much as we all need water to stay hydrated out in the sun and while we sweat (and well, to live), that water you’re sipping on may not be as hydrating as you might expect.
Marketed as a superfood, raw cacao butter (and its processed cousin, cocoa butter) is another plant-based fat we should be keeping on our radar.
Boasting insane amounts of vitamin C and other nutrients, kiwis are as much a beauty food as they are a colorful addition to your lunch.
One ingredient that deserves a place of honor in your wellness arsenal is moringa. Similarly grassy-hued as matcha, this bright, earthy powder isn’t just a superfood fad.
Valentine’s Day is next week, and what better way to show yourself some love than by giving yourself a bunch of roses?
If these winter months have you craving a bit of color on your plate, look no further than the humble beetroot…