Trying to get kids to eat good, wholesome food is so hard. Most of them turn up their noses to anything green and scream out in disgust when they spot cauliflower on their plates. I know one child who won’t even eat fruit!
Seed Cycling is a really cool way to support your body throughout your hormonal cycle. It is a perfect example of using food as medicine and a fairly simple way to integrate cycle syncing* techniques into your day-to-day life.
I wasn't #blessed with perfect skin -- oh hellll no. I gotta work for this shit. In fact, I'm a self-proclaimed skincare freak. After completing 6 months of Accutane 2 years ago (I'll do a post on this soon), I became meticulous about the products I use on my skin.
If you’re like me, you practically live at Trader Joe’s. Between the prices, convenience (literally a block from my apartment), and ever-changing product line, it’s pretty tough to beat. But with the abundance of temptations—like pumpkin-flavored everything and cauliflower-riced something—it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed. Here are my go-to tricks of the trade when it comes to shopping at Trader Joe’s.
I’ve tried my fair share of skin products. Recommendations from dermatologists (accutane), treatments at medical spas, the endless aisles of Sephora – I’ve tried it all. The one brand I keep coming back to again and again: Dermaplus.