I’ve been intrigued by tumeric lately as it seems to be a great herb for many immune system related issues. I recently tried a tumeric latte, which was delicious, and today saw this post by The Simple Times for a “Immune Boosting Ginger Tumeric Lemon Shot.” Head over to their site to see the very simple recipe, and be well!
(photo credit: The Simple Times)
Rocky Mountain Oils is offering a great Mother’s Day Sale but only for a few days! The sale started on the 3rd, and ends on the 5th. Check out the great oil sets and individual oils on sale here. I just got “Unwind” and love it… it’s a wonderful combination of all my favorite scents, including vanilla.
I’ve recently been drawn to Rocky Mountain Oils after reading up on the company itself, and reading some research done by folks who spent their time researching EO companies, using the same kind of criteria I would have if I had the time and energy to do so! In the end, it seems that RMO and I will be a good match. With that said, I have just ordered a new diffuser for our home, and their “Bug Off” EO for the kids. I also just noticed they have a Kid’s Kit of several oils diluted properly for use in a roller ball dispenser on children, and it’s on sale right now…
There are so many ideas out there for how best to live and eat that it can feel overwhelming. I do believe that over the recent years (from my youth through adulthood), our food choices have left something to be desired. So many preservatives and additives that have been added in order to make food last longer on shelves, or to entice taste buds, especially of young people, simply cannot be good for us, especially in large quantities or over long periods of time, building up in our bodies.
Tracy at Our Simple Homestead had a great post the other day about Living Clean on a Homestead Diet. This is something I aspire to for myself and our family as it seems to me that if we ate more whole foods, the way God gave them to us in the form of plants and animals, we might not have some of the health issues we have.
Check out her post. Are there some ways you are incorporating a “homestead diet”? Do you grow your own food or have animals? Do you have access to a farm or market? Do you like to can or preserve foods?
Image credit: Our Simple Homestead
Cay Gibson of Cajun Cottage Press has her Spring Planner and Book of Days on sale now, through the end of January. If anyone is interested in checking out these lovely planners, click the image or here to go to her Etsy Store. I also have one on order for myself, so if you are near me and want to see one up close, get in touch 🙂
Nice post by Megan of Living Whole for what to keep in your natural “medicine cabinet” as you prepare for winter colds and flu… I’m happy to say we have much of these things on hand already, yay! I’d like to learn more about silver, however. In her post, Megan addresses each of her suggested natural remedies for prevention as well as healing and getting over those nasty viruses, and even gives us links to where to find them.
Just saw this on Facebook – this is just what I need to start my day! Quick, easy, and full of protein and good stuff. I think I would use the whole egg – yolk and all – and add some cheese, myself. Yum!
2 cups spinach (14 calories)
1 roma tomato (11 calories)
2 cups egg whites (250 calories)
Salt to taste (0 calories)
½ teaspoon pepper (0 calories)
Great read at Smart Martha….
I’ve made various versions of ranch dressing, including one using the extra kefir I wind up having on hand periodically, but I really like how this one is basically just the dry ingredients, kept together in an air tight jar, ready to be used for or in just about anything! I like the idea of just being able to scoop out and use what I need at the moment. A great little seasoning tip from Jenny at AuNaturale Nutrition!
From The Better Mom blog … Great ideas … things I need to be more mindful of…