If you’re on Pinterest, Instagram, or just about any social media, you have probably seen something about sustainable living. There are so many different names for it from eco-friendly to zero waste and so many others. And maybe you want to get in on it. Living sustainably is great for the environment, good for your health, and good on your wallet too!
The skin is the largest organ of the human body. More technical, the skin is the barrier between the outside world and the complex inner workings. Because of this, we must be certain to care for it. Your skin is absorbent, so you must be careful to put good things into your skin and keep out the bad.
Salads are often called rabbit food by those that don’t like it. Salad is brushed off as worthless due to its low calorie content, which many people associate with low nutritional value. This could not be farther from the truth. When made right, salad can be bursting with nutritional value!
Flax is the backbone of Foods Alive as a company. They are the first and main ingredient of our snack crackers, and they provide a well of nutrients. But one may ask, why are they so powerful? These tiny seeds pack a huge punch, and it comes down to a few simple things.
It’s been a longstanding practice to add epsom salts to a warm bath. Epsom salt has been used as a home remedy for bodily aches and pains for decades, although few studies have been published on the science behind this practice. It is thought that the epsom salt breaks down into sulfur and magnesium which are then absorbed through the skin.
Sleep is essential for health and well-being, but you may ask why? When you think about it, it’s rather odd that every creature on Earth needs sleep, needs to lie dormant for hours on end every single day. Scientists are still researching sleep, but we do know some of the things it does.