Posts tagged vegan
REVIEW: Loma Linda Thai Sweet Chili Fishless Tuna

I’m not one of those vegans who turns up their nose at "meat alternatives”. Which is odd because I never liked meat. Especially red meat. It would take me like an hour to eat 1/4 of a burger. Cutting out meat was not a struggle for me at all. Which is interesting why I’ll pour down a huge impossible burger. But that’s for another psycho-analyzation time.


I have tried Loma’s tuna in a can and really enjoyed it so I wanted to try out this easy and ready to go tuna preseasoned!

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What Oils To Take Traveling + How To Use Them | Daily Protocol

Start With Lemon was created when I lived in Vietnam. Needless to say, I love traveling! It’s one of those things that just makes you feel alive, you know? I absolutely love traveling but have often found it easy to get sick, feel low, or get all kinds of weird stuff happening (poop problems anyone?). Here’s how I prevent and work quickly when a problem comes up. I wish I could tell you to take every oil with you but here are my top 7 and how to use them!

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Should You Take A Probiotic? | Which One To Take

One of the main topics I talk about is gut health. Many people have heard of a probiotic but are still confused. Should you take one? Which one? What to look for? Do they work? Not to worry. Before diving into the specifics, let’s be clear. You SHOULD be taking a probiotic. No matter how great your diet is you want to take one… for life.

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Easily Fend Off Allergies

It is spring time in South Carolina and everything I touch is covered in pollen. My pretty dark blue car is now a delightful shade of yellow. No matter what I do, spring comes with a vengeance every year. I’ve been talking to loads of people all over the country (+ world) who are experiencing the same things. Runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, general gross puffiness. You have got work to do and no time for allergies!

There’s plenty we can do to naturally and holistically kick those allergies in the face.

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Is Health A Luxury?

I use to think it was. I thought being healthy was a luxury that as a high school student, college student, or broke 20 something year old I couldn’t afford. I couldn’t afford $9 juices, a membership to SoulCycle, or even a 1:1 coach to help guide me through the process. Did that mean I couldn’t be healthy or at my maximum health?

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5 Ways To Use Peppermint Essential Oil

I love peppermint oil. It reminds me of Christmas time but with the oil in my pocket I get to have that feeling all year long! It not only smells delicious but has incredible benefits including helping with respiratory support, giving you energy, boosting mood and alertness, and soothing irritated stomaches.

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4 Simple Healthy Habits + Why To Adopt Them

hen I finally gave in to the thought that I didn’t know it all and the thought that I was open to being an experiment, I found what truly worked. Today, I teach people how to create this lifestyle and maintain it for themselves. I wanted to share 4 of my favorite easy healthy habits that will help you uplevel your health anywhere you are. 

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REVIEW: Cora Cotton Tampons

Taking your health to the next level as well as caring for the environment seems like an easy enough task but finding products that you love that also work can be difficult. When I had to buy new tampons, I wanted to see what Target had to offer in less synthetic and more natural ones. I mean after all, they do hang around inside of you for like a really long time. 

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Environmentally Friendly Grocery Shopping || Bag Guide

I became hyper aware of my use of single-use plastic (aka you only use it one time) when I started to change my health habits to a toxic free lifestyle. I’ve always cared about the environment but within the last 8 months I’ve attempted to not only step up my commitment to care for myself but for the environment at large.

In case you’re wondering if it matters, let’s look at some shocking facts and I hope we’ll all soon realize it is really important.

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3 Apps That Will Improve Your Health

We’re constantly told to reduce our phone usage, cut down the amount of apps we use, and clean up our home screens. While I am a big proponent of all of these things, technology doesn’t have to be an enemy to our health.

In fact, using the right apps, we can actually enhance our health. Here are my top 3 apps to improve your health.

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Ripple Nutrition Protein Shake: Review

I was out at Target and decided to take a look at the protein shake section as I was checking to see if my favorite probiotic was in stock (it was not). I found Ripple’s protein shake.

I’ve had Ripple chocolate milk before and it is pretty tasty. I think it’s a great addition to a smoothie. It’s thick, creamy, and just chocolatey enough. However, it still has that tiny bit of chalky taste due to the pea protein. Overall though, I think it’s a great plant based milk and especially great for kids.

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Best Places To Start Reducing Toxins In Home

When I first thought about the idea of reducing toxins and going chemical-free, I was very very overwhelmed. Honestly I can still be overwhelmed somedays at my lack of full control over what I expose my self to. It was really my move to Hanoi, Vietnam and joining doTERRA that pushed me to think long and hard about what I was exposing myself to and how I could make sure it contributed to my health instead of hurting me.

I like to start simple and small.

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