Does being healthy feel like it has gotten even harder? It’s not in your head! Here’s what you need to know about obesogens, silent sabatogers that are wrecking our health, and what you can do about them immediately!
The directions for this delicious gingerbread waffle recipe are so simple you'll be able to whip these up in a flash, leaving more time for opening presents, cozying up in matching pjs, and all the Christmas things!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. You can give love to yourself and someone else this year with one simple shift we absolutely LOVE here at SHE: switch to buying FAIR TRADE, organic chocolate.
So when Keurigs and other single-serve coffee makers hit the market in our fast-paced, who-has-time-for-sleep-let-alone-time-to-brew-a-cup-of-coffee world, it looked like a life-saver. And it was, for our coffee fix. For the planet though? Not so much. In fact, not even a little.
When the EWG publishes its “Shoppers’ Guide to Pesticides in Produce” every year, it is reporting the fruits and vegetables with the most pesticides AFTER they have been washed and peeled. Um, we should repeat that… The dirty dozen is fruits and vegetables that have been tested equally weighing six factors that examine how many pesticides are on the produce and at what levels. All samples are washed and peeled prior to being tested for pesticides, so the rankings reflect the amounts of the chemicals likely present on the food when is it eaten.
Did you know that you can change your health, but more importantly someone's life (especially women) just by the coffee you buy? Yes, really! And how is this possible? By buying fair-trade coffee. Yes, as SIMPLE as that! One simple SHIFT to fair-trade coffee (even better, that it is also organic, but that is a whole separate post!) changes lives.
Ladies, how much of your life do you write off because you know you’re going to be in the middle of PMS, potentially lying on the couch and eating chocolate? A whopping 75 percent of women suffer from headaches, mood swings, bloating, and other symptoms due to their hormones.
Women cannot have proper hormonal balance without adequate amounts of fats, including saturated fat. Healthy fat is the raw material that we need to produce and maintain proper hormone function.Quite simply, what you eat is either helping your hormonal production or hurting you by causing unpredictable imbalances. So what are good fat choices and how do they affect your hormone balance?