“This isn’t working,” my dad said, as he re-applied the creme he bought at some random drug store to his foot.
Eating healthy can be extremely difficult especially when you’re following the very strict paleo diet. I’ve been experimenting with different breakfast options, including PANCAKES. Yes, I’ve found a very simple recipe for gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, pancakes. They’re sweet, taste like “real” pancakes, and they’re pink! The original recipe was extremely basic, so I added my own twist to it: delicious and very nutritious beets!
Do you want to eat healthier, but you’re not sure where to start and maybe you don’t want to make any huge changes just yet? The easiest and perhaps best thing you can do for your body is to eat healthier fats.
Alright, friends. So as positive as I seemed the first time I wrote about natural hair care, I did not believe in it. Since I have thin, easily knotting, (what I thought was) greasy hair, I thought that there was no chance for me. After about six months of trying different things and avoiding parabens/sulfates, I am here to tell you that all the hype surrounding natural hair care is true. This is real life, folks, and this is the future. What I didn’t realize starting out was that there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” recipe for natural hair care. It really depends on your hair type.
Coconut Oil has a bajillion different uses, but first, let’s talk about the coconut in general.