The older I get the more I realize that I choose either life or death in every decision I make. I can choose a doughnut or fruit and granola for breakfast.
I can choose to talk bad about someone or build them up. I can choose to smoke a cigarette or workout at the gym.
I’ve really been loving having this combination for a quick snack or a desert. It satisfies the sweet tooth and is packed with nutrition. I highly recommend you give it a try!
Just 15 almonds and a small handful of the cranberries with about an ounce of the chocolate does the trick.
This is an excerpt from Heather Boak Booker's blog post: Oils to Avoid If you look into this much, you'll come up with loads of conflicting answers. Because of the purity of the essential oils from Young Living, I felt comfortable using all oils except Sage and Clary Sage. The reason I avoided these is they can stimulate your uterus; however, I did use them during labor to help encourage contractions.
The prices of some of these items can be a bit high, but my opinion is that taking care of our bodies appropriately is an investment we either have to make now, or we will be forced to take on the high cost of medical bills and be in poor health later. It's a "no brainer" if you ask me.
I’m so picky about my water. I have to drink a lot of it for my digestive issues and if I don’t like it I won’t. After shopping around for some good water at a good price we settled on Walmart’s reverse osmosis Primo water machine and purchased a water dispenser. It’s been nice, but we have run into some inconvenient glitches along the way.
A made a casserole for hubby’s lunches for the week with this Pacific Natural Foods Organic Cream Of Mushroom Condensed Soup Boxes – 12 oz. Totally amazing! He loves it. He doesn’t like mushrooms so that is saying a lot.
I am very happy to say that this Monk Fruit In The Raw past the taste test! We had organic blueberries and gluten-free shortcake last night and we sprinkled this on to create a syrup. It was so delicious. Hubby was very pleased.
The best part about this stuff is it has zero glycemic index which makes it totally safe for diabetics. So no problem with switching to this in our house!