Tips on Healthy Juicing
Lemon-Ginger Hand Scrub For Dry Winter Skin
The ginger in this recipe will leave your skin with a radiant healthy glow, while the acid of the lemon gently exfoliates the skin and diminishes scars.
How to feed 4 people for under $10!
Extreme [Healthy Vegan] Cheapskates
DHERBS Weight Release Cleanse
Fasting & Juice Feasting
Fasting is great for a myriad of reasons especially health and spiritual reasons. Fasting gives the stomach a much needed time to rest.
What Can I Do To Get Bigger and Gain More Weight?
Exercise is fundamental to putting on weight. Muscle weighs more than fat, so if weight gain is what you're after, then start moving.
Yam Noodles with Miso Sauce
You might be skeptical about using raw sweet potatoes (yams) for food, but as soon as you try this, all your doubts will be vaporized.
When it comes to learning about the world, sometimes a classroom setting just doesn’t cut it. Initiatives in both public and private schools to bring children hands-on experience by visiting farms, zoos and places of worship, have become more and more popular in recent years in order to present the world to them in a more tangible way. One exceptional way in which certain towns have provided this hands-on experience is with school gardens; these initiatives in outdoor education are an amazing resource to teach kids more about the Earth.
One of the oldest outdoor education proponents is the Yountville Elementary Children’s garden in California, which has existed for 25 years. This resource offers hands-on learning in many disciplines — not just environmental studies, nutrition and health, but also science, math and even reading.
When students learn abstract concepts in the classroom, you’ll often hear them asking, “Will we actually have to us this?” At Yountville, located within a Northern California town boasting 4 Michelin-starred restaurants including Thomas Keller’s French Laundry, the question doesn’t need to be asked. Much of what is learned in the classroom is used in the garden: planning what will be planted at what time of the year, making the most of the limited space, companion planting, finding out when things will be ready to harvest, and more.
I AM EXPECTING MY DETOX PACKAGE TO COME IN POSSIBLY ON TUESDAY. I WANT TO START REPLENSHING MY DRY FRUITS. 1. ALMONDS 2. PECANS. 3. RAW CASHEWS.
I HARDLY EAT PEANUTS AND I KNOW THEY ARE NOT RECOMMENDED AT ALL. DO YOU RECOMMEND WALNUTS? MY FAVORITE ARE ABOVE. PLUS SHOULD I GET DISTILLED WATER. ALSO BEFORE DISCOVERING DHERBS, I PUT I A WHOLE WATER FILRRATON SYSTEM IN MY HOUSE AND I BELIEVE IT IS CONSIDERED PURIFIED WATER. IS THIS GOOD OR SHOULD I BUY BOTTLED DISTILLED WATER. I AM VERY ANXIOUS TO START DETOXING BECAUSE THIS IS THE FIRST TIME.
Walnuts are good to eat during the Full Body Detox. Distilled water is the best water during the FBD but your filtered water would also be okay to drink during the FBD.