Who doesn’t like Valentine’s day?
(and Valentine muffins!)
This particular day celebrating love and couples, has become the official Magnificent Love for All day to me.
Over the years, because Mike and I meditate, it seems that our love vibration has changed and elevated itself to a higher and more open perspective.
If you have been following this blog for a while now, you know that the hardest part of starting of paleo diet for me was breakfast.
Healthy Breakfast associations
A healthy breakfast is often associated with “complicated”, “takes too long to prepare in the morning” and “I’ll just skip breakfast”.
So, go on, keep reading…
There is an absolutely fantastic and easy way to improve your skin conditions that you should know about.
All you need is a slow cooker and….bones. I know, this might make you frown a little but animal bones have a lot to offer.
Bone broth is very trendy this fall. New York city stores are even selling just that, cups of precious bone broth mixed with different flavors.
The big fuzz about bone broth is the collagen it contains. Collagen is great for your skin and it even makes your hair all shiny.
If you have a slow cooker at home, give it a try! You should, here’s why :
If you had to choose one food to learn more about, what would it be? Your answer should be squashes! (in my opinion)
All squashes are so full of nutrients, vitamin A-C-E, fiber, magnesium (which is essential to assimilate your calcium) and potassium. The butternut squash turns into a bright orange when ripe. They also contain those precious Omega-3 fatty acids which have anti-inflammatory properties.