Pineapples are good for digestion, the bromelain in the fruit is a digestive enzyme that breaks down high protein foods and makes them more easily digestible ( some pineapple in a beef stew is divine). The fibre in the fruit is abundant and can help with irregularity and digestive difficulties.
We all grew up knowing the three R’s : Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. In light of recent news that a climate scientist has come to the conclusion the climate may have already passed the point of no return. It is time to move beyond just Reduce, Reuse and Recycle to add a few more R’s. Refuse, Remake/Repair and Restore.
If you could do one thing that could help reduce your stress, increase your efficiency and productivity, improve both physical and mental health, develop patience and tolerance, increase creativity and innovation; would you do it? Nope, I’m not taking about some amazing, super expensive panacea. Rather, I am talking about an amazing, completely free panacea. Meditation. You don’t have to be size 0 and join a trendy yoga class to benefit from meditation, it is available to you wherever you are and whatever size you are. To debunk another misconception, most kinds of meditation have nothing to do with far Eastern mysticism ( you don’t have to convert to Buddhism to benefit either). Meditation is simply the act of letting...
Try to find products that multi-task. Pure Shea butter is a real workhorse. It can replace petroleum jelly but better! It’s good at fighting dryness in difficult areas like knees, elbows and feet. It is an amazing hand moisturiser! After doing dishes, rub some on to keep hands soft. At night, a thin layer on your freshly cleansed face before bed, will give you deeply moisturised skin the next morning, without annoying your pores. It can replace lip balm and leave-in conditioner. One product can replace six!