findvegan:

Not your grandmother’s oatmeal! this will surprise you!

findvegan:

Not your grandmother’s oatmeal! this will surprise you!

staypozitive:

When you purchase a Sevenly shirt, you’re changing the world as you know it. Each of these styles are unique for you, and yet undoubtedly useful to people in need. Choose to buy, SAVE LIVES! ➤ http://bit.ly/StayPositiveMe

staypozitive:

When you purchase a Sevenly shirt, you’re changing the world as you know it.

Each of these styles are unique for you, and yet undoubtedly useful to people in need.

Choose to buy, SAVE LIVES! ➤ http://bit.ly/StayPositiveMe

thriftyvegan:

#vegan #vegancrust #soy #soy-vanilla-yogurt #strawberries #kiwi #wholegrain-raw-oats #antioxidants #fiber =quick healthy vegan snack I made

thriftyvegan:

#vegan #vegancrust #soy #soy-vanilla-yogurt #strawberries #kiwi #wholegrain-raw-oats #antioxidants #fiber =quick healthy vegan snack I made

Quinoa Porridge

Quinoa Porridge

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Simple, no-bake, cranberry pistachio energy bites…RECIPE

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Simple, no-bake, cranberry pistachio energy bites…RECIPE

Sugar Free Butternut Cookies

Sugar Free Butternut Cookies

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Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS
exceedwhatyouthoughtwasbest:

breakfast: vanilla bananna oatmeal with blueberries and walnuts! Sprinkled cinnamon too! 

exceedwhatyouthoughtwasbest:

breakfast: vanilla bananna oatmeal with blueberries and walnuts! Sprinkled cinnamon too! 

Food combining for better digestion.
* Eat fruits with fruits.
    * Mix citrus with citrus and soft fruits with soft fruits.
    * Soaked nuts and citrus combine well.
    * Always eat melon alone and do not mix them.
    * Combine starchy foods like grains, potato, non-yeasted breads, etc. with vegetables. 
    * Eat only one type of starch at a meal.
    * Eat protein with vegetables.
    * Avoid mixing protein with starches.
    * Avocado is considered a protein along with nuts and seeds.
    * Eat only one type of protein at a meal.
    * Eat nuts and seeds with leafy greens, zucchini, yellow or summer squash.
    * Papaya can be eaten with all foods.
    * Eat celery and lettuce with all vegetables or fruit except melons
    * Tomatoes combine well with low starchy vegetables and either nuts or avocado.
    * Avocados combine well with low starchy vegetables and fairly well with starches and acid fruits.
    * Oils and starches, like grains and potato with ghee or flax seed oil are not the best combo, but o.k. in limited amounts.

Food combining for better digestion.

* Eat fruits with fruits.

    * Mix citrus with citrus and soft fruits with soft fruits.

    * Soaked nuts and citrus combine well.

    * Always eat melon alone and do not mix them.

    * Combine starchy foods like grains, potato, non-yeasted breads, etc. with vegetables.

    * Eat only one type of starch at a meal.

    * Eat protein with vegetables.

    * Avoid mixing protein with starches.

    * Avocado is considered a protein along with nuts and seeds.

    * Eat only one type of protein at a meal.

    * Eat nuts and seeds with leafy greens, zucchini, yellow or summer squash.

    * Papaya can be eaten with all foods.

    * Eat celery and lettuce with all vegetables or fruit except melons

    * Tomatoes combine well with low starchy vegetables and either nuts or avocado.

    * Avocados combine well with low starchy vegetables and fairly well with starches and acid
fruits.

    * Oils and starches, like grains and potato with ghee or flax seed oil are not the best combo,
but o.k. in limited amounts.

When you are not taking care of yourself as good as you should…your skin will let you know. Your skin is constantly communicating with you and if you are experiencing pigmentation problems, acne, puffy eyes and other issues it is most likely the result of something deeper that is happening on the inside.Face mapping has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine. The Chinese believe that you can tell a lot about a person and their health just by looking at their skin.Listed below are the different zones of your face and what organ they are related to. Hopefully this gives you a better understanding of what exactly may be causing your skin care concerns.
Forehead (Zone 1 & 3)- This zone is related to the bladder and digestive system. If you have deep lines this could indicate a blocked colon and or gallbladder. If you are experiencing breakouts here it could indicate that you are having a few too many cocktails and your diet may be a little too rich in dairy or processed foods. You should try drinking more water and eating more natural foods.

Between eyes (Zone 2) - This zone is related to the liver. Breaking our here may indicate you have a food allergy and are consuming too many rich or fried foods.Ears (Zone 4 & 10)- This zone is related to the kidneys. It is pretty rare to breakout on your ears but if you do you need to give your kidneys a little more TLC. You should drink more water and cut back on alcohol.

Around your eyes (Zone 6 & 8)- This zone is also related to your kidneys. If you are experiencing dark under eye circles or puffiness this can indicate you are stressed, drinking too much caffeine and you not getting enough sleep.
Cheeks (Zones 5 & 9)- This zone is related to your heart and respiratory system. I can usually tell if a client is a smoker or used to be a smoker by the little broken capillaries that show up along the cheeks. Also if you are eating too much protein or fatty foods you may experience breakouts here.Nose and upper lip (Zone 7)- This zone is related to the stomach and intestines. Deep lip lines may indicate that you are not properly digesting your food. If you are experiencing breakouts here you may have a food allergy. Quick little fact….I ALWAYS breakout on my nose (worse place right?) whenever I eat a large amount of peanuts or peanut butter.Chin and jaw ares (Zone 11, 12,13 & 14)- If you are experiencing breakouts or pigmentation problems here is it most likely due to a hormonal imbalance.If you are experiencing any of the above problems with your skin, take a look at your lifestyle and if you need to tweak a few things there is no doubt your skin will thank you for it!

When you are not taking care of yourself as good as you should…your skin will let you know. Your skin is constantly communicating with you and if you are experiencing pigmentation problems, acne, puffy eyes and other issues it is most likely the result of something deeper that is happening on the inside.

Face mapping has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine. The Chinese believe that you can tell a lot about a person and their health just by looking at their skin.

Listed below are the different zones of your face and what organ they are related to. Hopefully this gives you a better understanding of what exactly may be causing your skin care concerns.

Forehead (Zone 1 & 3)- This zone is related to the bladder and digestive system. If you have deep lines this could indicate a blocked colon and or gallbladder. If you are experiencing breakouts here it could indicate that you are having a few too many cocktails and your diet may be a little too rich in dairy or processed foods. You should try drinking more water and eating more natural foods.
Between eyes (Zone 2) - This zone is related to the liver. Breaking our here may indicate you have a food allergy and are consuming too many rich or fried foods.

Ears (Zone 4 & 10)
- This zone is related to the kidneys. It is pretty rare to breakout on your ears but if you do you need to give your kidneys a little more TLC. You should drink more water and cut back on alcohol.


Around your eyes (Zone 6 & 8)- This zone is also related to your kidneys. If you are experiencing dark under eye circles or puffiness this can indicate you are stressed, drinking too much caffeine and you not getting enough sleep.


Cheeks (Zones 5 & 9)- This zone is related to your heart and respiratory system. I can usually tell if a client is a smoker or used to be a smoker by the little broken capillaries that show up along the cheeks. Also if you are eating too much protein or fatty foods you may experience breakouts here.

Nose and upper lip (Zone 7)- This zone is related to the stomach and intestines. Deep lip lines may indicate that you are not properly digesting your food. If you are experiencing breakouts here you may have a food allergy. Quick little fact….I ALWAYS breakout on my nose (worse place right?) whenever I eat a large amount of peanuts or peanut butter.

Chin and jaw ares (Zone 11, 12,13 & 14)
- If you are experiencing breakouts or pigmentation problems here is it most likely due to a hormonal imbalance.

If you are experiencing any of the above problems with your skin, take a look at your lifestyle and if you need to tweak a few things there is no doubt your skin will thank you for it!