Skin is our largest organ. What we apply on it matters. It digests everything we put on our body and it affects our organs. Make right, educated choices for your health, be conscious of the hidden toxic chemicals, that may be in cosmetics you use every day.
If you wouldn’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin.
Some beauty products contain carcinogens and endocrine-disrupting chemicals that increase breast cancer risk. Every single product you cut from your beauty ritual decreases the number and quantity of chemicals to which you’re exposed.
Most consumers trust if a label says “organic”, “ natural” or “safe”, it must be true. We assume that there are regulations that govern what companies can claim on their personal care product packaging. This assumption makes sense—food labels are highly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, and many of the same claims appear on both food and cosmetic products. But the ethos of food labels does not extend to cosmetic labels. The...
One of the biggest benefits of turmeric milk to me has been during fall and winter, whenever I started to feel like getting a cold or cough. I always prefer taking turmeric milk rather than any other medication for this. I have noticed that since the time I started taking it recurrence of cold / cough/ running nose has dramatically decreased. Yes!!! It is as simple. Especially in the cold time of the year and when seasons change, turmeric is a staple at our home for avoiding illness and keeping our immune systems strong. No more visits to the pharmacy!
Turmeric is a bright yellow spice that contains Curcumin (up to 3% by weight), which is believed to halt an enzyme that may be responsible for turning environmental toxins into carcinogens in the body. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. It is used to relieve swelling and pain due to headaches and wounds and it also possesses anti-bacterial properties, so it prevents infections and heals wounds. Curcumin also...
This stew is such a perfect winter treat! Its spices and ingredients make it a wonderful Vata/Kapha meal your all family will enjoy. It’s so warming and satisfying, perfect for a chilly evening. Spices, garlic, chickpeas, mushrooms, lemon juice and carrots which simmer in a beautiful cilantro infused tomato sauce make a great marriage. I like serving this stew with white quinoa, basmati or brown rice to make it extra hearty.
– 8 carrots
– 3 boxes of mushrooms (about 30 mushrooms/850g)
– 3 cups of boiled chickpeas
– 2 boxes of fresh tomatoes
– 1 bunch of fresh spinach
– 2 cups of coconut milk
– 7 tablespoons of tomato puree
– a big handful of fresh cilantro
– 2 lemons plus 3 more to serve
– 4 teaspoons of turmeric
– 4 teaspoons of cumin power
– 3 teaspoons of ground chilli
– 3 cloves of garlic
Peel the carrots, then chop them into pieces. Cut the mushrooms into thin slices.
Place the crushed garlic, turmeric, cumin, chilli, salt and pepper into a...