"The term 'self-care' was coined by Audre Lorde during her own journey towards personal healing, but it hadn't been expanded upon until now. Self-care is prioritizing yourself over any other person or circumstance. It means being sure to love yourself by living a healthy life, both inside and out. " - Satya
"Wellness is not the latest fad. Wellness is listening to what your body is telling you. It’s paying attention to your body and the subtle cues it gives when it needs more or less of something. It’s also investigating the root cause of what’s going on rather than masking the symptoms with a pill or by ignoring them all together." - Christina Tidwell
"I truly believe beauty is inside and out. Inward beauty is rooted in self-love, self-awareness and self-enhancement, therefore it’s important that we pay attention to these things and how we nurture them, but I also feel that it’s totally fine for a person to care about their outward appearance. We have a right to that. " - Minaa B.
These stress-beating pancakes are the perfect breakfast if you're looking to munch on something fiber-filled and cinnamony. Make these at home with your favorite nut milk and ourBalance my Stress Adaptogen Blend!
This beautifying nice cream recipe can be enjoyed as a refreshing summer snack or evening dessert. Enhanced with anti-inflammatory turmeric and immune system supporting bee pollen, this is a treat with true health benefits.
Turmeric has long been known for its wonderful medicinal benefits, especially when it comes to anti-inflammatory properties. The main constituent of turmeric is called curcumin, which serves as a powerful aid for inflammation and pain related to it. In order to bring out that constituent, you need to add ground black pepper or some sort of fat to your turmeric concoction. Fats such as nuts, oils, coconut, animal fats and butter are great binders and will serve you well in your turmeric journey