Wouldn’t it be nice to have energy 24/7? Our bodies are very sensitive and need to be in balance. You will have high intense energy and then need to pace yourself with some relaxation. 24 hours in a day basically broken up into Sleep, Eat and Move.


Start you day with your Drinks of Water, Lemon Water or Electrolyte Drink and make sure you eat Breakfast. Even eating some fruit or a Shake(Better). Plan ahead the night before….even better have a weekly meal plan. I make Oil Free and Sugar Free Granola from a recipe in The Plant Based Warrior – put it in a jar in the Frig. Place some berries and Dairy Free Yogurt for a quick Breakfast. Make Beans in Instant Pot – takes 35 minutes with any salt, chemicals, etc. Greens are so important with each meal, too.


Your body has rhythms similar to clocks. Have you ever read the study about people who work the night shift? Even when someone moves just as much day or night – when the change their schedule and sleep during the day they are more sluggish, over weight … not everyone but it is a noticeable amount. Stay with the same sleep hours. every night even on the weekend. Boost sleep scores by taking Magnesium and . When Minerals are low (You need 300 Biochemical creatines in your body.) Eating a balanced diet and avoiding junk food, fried foods and sugar helps.


Just 2o minutes a day will help clear your mind and help with energy drain. Walking has been known by many experts to increase your energy. Break it up – 10 minutes after dinner – check out nature… Use the stairs, park far away in the parking lot, walk around circles in the backyard if you cannot find a safe spot. I use to walk around 2 trees in the backyard. Stretch breaks every hour – get up from your chair.

Run a Sink of Cold Water

Soak your wrists in cold water for a few minutes – this will cool your blood vessels and veins. Doesn’t hurt to splash it all over… or just take a cold plunge.


Tell a joke, read a joke, share a joke…make someone laugh. Follow a joke a day. Laughter has many positive effects. Funny movies are always a good choice.


Even when you try your best to eat a healthy balanced diet (what is a healthy balanced diet?) not all foods ad up to cover everything you need. Sleep is important to have high energy the next day. Taking Magnesium will help your sleep scores. Your body needs minerals – Magnesium – 300 Biochemical reactions in the body. They help to maintain nerve and muscle function plus support a healthy immune system. Studies have been done that women with Magnesium deficiencies had higher heart rates, and used more oxygen to perform tasks. If you want to avoid supplements be sure to consume a minimum of 300 mg of Magnesium rich foods such as Fruits – bananas, dried apricots, avocados, Nuts, Almonds and Cashews, Peas, Beans, Seeds, Soy products, and whole grains.


Well, I am sure you know that sugar is just empty calories. Eat a piece of fruit, or a date. Learn to make your own desserts with sugar.


There is a lot of hype to drink lots and lots of water. So many opinions that drinking too much water dehydrates you. So, change it up some – drink Pickle juice, Lemon Water, Healthy Teas, mix with some Liquid Chlorophyll, Pineapple juice mixed with water, Ginger Tea….. Pack your drinks in a little cooler that you can take with you and always add a frozen bottle possibly covered with a sock to keep you and the drinks cool.


Just putting your feet up for 10-20 minutes with some deep breathing will restart your body engine.

Boost Your Energy Naturally
Sleepless nights drain your Energy


Drink come coffee – BUT – not too much cuz it will dehydrate you like a diuretic. We make coffee Half Organic DeCaf and Half Regular. Make a Beet Drink.


They need to be told the jokes!! You know who these people are. They are so draining. Plus, that goes with listening to the news channels all day long. Be polite with the complainers and negative people and just let them talk. Maybe you will have made them feel good to get whatever is bothering them off their chest.

What suggestions do you have to Naturally Increase Your Energy?

When you plan your days and have healthy goals you will find that scheduling yourself you will have a balanced life. ©2023SusanAlfano

Benefits of Adding Plants to your Meals

Who Doesn’t Want To Live A Long and Healthy Life?

Plants are a healthy alternative to many foods nowadays…they ensure you are receiving important vitamins and minerals. Eating properly will keep your body functioning in tip top shape and keep a high level and glow.

Eating Healthy -Plants Must Be at the Top of the List.


1. Plants Can Keep Your Eyes Healthy

High on the food list are Leafy Greens for improved vision. Greens are high in lutein, Antioxidant Vitamin C, Vitamin E, zinc and more. Lutein is a carotenoid that is vital for your eyes. Eating Watercress, Kale, spinach, arugula, and a variety of greens will change the results in your eye tests. We are a testament to this…in the last few years every time we go to the EyeDoctor our eyes improve.

2. Plants will Keep Your Skin Healthy and Glowing

The largest organ in your body. is your skin. Your skin is exposed to all sorts of elements….outside air, shower water, swimming pool water, and the list can go on. As the scientists say we are a polluted planet. Eating plants will bring healthy nutrients. Plants contain powerful antioxidants which will help protect. your skin from toxins and other damages.

Plants will Make It Easier to Keep Your Weight In Check

Following the Proper Plant Based Tips will keep your weight in check – such as stay away from sugar, dairy, animal fats, oil, and you will be amazed how the pounds drop. Chips alone – tortilla, potato – any kind are full of oil and salt. Make your own. Being fiber fueled, eating a variety of vegetables and fruits will help you fill satisfied and cut cravings. Also, your metabolism will be happy.

Plants are Packed with Vitamins and Minerals

Your body needs nutrients and vitamins to survive. These healthy foods and nutrients play a major role in your immune system, metabolism, digestive systems. Remember, Consuming a variety of foods will feed your body needs.

Plants Have a Great Effect in Strengthening Your Immune System

Your body is constantly fighting the air, elements, stress, etc. Your immune system needs to stay strong to fight off on going and upcoming diseases. I am sure you learned a lot during Covid.having a strong immune system. Plants have a great help in supporting your immune system.

Eating Plants Keep Your Bones Strong

Your bones are always changing – food has a major impact. Your bones need the proper nutrients to stay strong. Believe it or not plants are a great source for your bone health and Dairy takes away your calcium. Google – Dairy and Bone Health. Vitamin D in leafy greens is a an important ingredient of Vitamin D.

Plants and Greens Keep Your Heart Healthy

Standard American Diet – will take you to a Standard American Hospital that will have you taking American Made RX. It is unfortunate how many people eat whatever is advertised on TV, their phones, etc. and do not take care of literally the only thing they own – YOUR BODY! Fiber lowers cholesterol and Blood Pressure, antioxidants protect against cellular damage. Making small changes towards eating a plant based diet will make major changes in the long run.

Plants will Lower Your Risk Of Chronic Disease

Chronic Disease is when you have a ongoing health condition that is long-lasting. Considered Chronic when a disease lasts longer than 3 months. Examples of Chronic Disease would be Heart Disease, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Asthma, Arthritis, ALS, Chron’s Disease, Obesity, Osteoporosis, and more.

There is unfortunate news that Heart Disease in USA is the number one cause of death.

Plants Can Help Promote a Healthy Digestive System

Your digestive system breaks down what you eat. When the food is broken down properly – your body will be able to absorb the nutrients. Some foods stay in your system for days – and heaven forbid if you do not eliminate daily.

Plants Will Lower Your Food Bill and Cut Down on Stress

Have you compared the price of a Steak compared to beans. First off – how much fiber do you consume when you eat animal products? How much Cholesterol do you consume when you eat beans?

This is just a few advantages of eating a plant based diet.

Oh, and do you know what is in Casin? © Susan A 2023 All Rights Reserved

FOODS To Keep You Healthy And Possibly Cancer Free

Important Advice to Keep You Cancer Free

Imagine having the power to wield an enormous impact on your risk of developing cancer in your future, keeping your energy in check without pills , prescriptions and Doctor visits. In fact, you absolutely do have this power and this article is going to show you how to use it.

While there is no single food or habit that will surely cause cancer, there is also no single food or habit that will surely prevent it. To reduce your risk of being diagnosed with cancer you can influence any number of your day-to-day lifestyle practices, including nutrition. There are several choices you can make to exert a big difference to your cancer risk.

Fiber Fueled
How Much Fiber Do I Need?

Let Food Be Your Medicine

According to the World Cancer Research Fund International, these are the top cancer prevention recommendations related to diet, nutrition, and physical activity:

Be a healthy weight ~ Check out BMI Chart
Be physically active (10 minutes here and there if an hour is too much)
Enjoy a better diet
Limit “fast foods” (Salts, Oils)
Limit red and processed meat
Cut down on sugary drinks
Limit alcohol consumption
Do not use supplements for cancer prevention
Breastfeed your baby if you can
Avoid smoking and other exposure to tobacco
Don’t get excess sun exposure

In this article, you’re going to learn more about some of these diet and nutrition-related recommendations so that you can wield your power to reduce your risk of getting cancer. You’ll also get some goals, tips, and strategies to make them work for you.

Fun fact: The healthy nutrition strategies in this article will not only reduce your risk of cancer, but they can also reduce your risk for developing heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and excess weight gain.

[Note that when you hear phrases like “limit” and “cut down” they don’t necessarily suggest that you completely remove all traces of these foods from your diet. It simply prompts you to consider enjoying them less often and in smaller portions as part of an overall nutritious and well-balanced diet.] Everything in Balance.

What is cancer and how can nutrition reduce your risk of getting it?
Behind heart disease (which is number one), cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States. Cancer happens when cells—from anywhere in the body—become abnormal and multiply uncontrollably. These cancer cells can cause damage by eventually growing into lumps or otherwise spreading throughout the body.

There are many different types of cancer and many different things can increase and decrease your risk of cancer. Cancer starts when there is an interaction between cells, the genetics inherited from parents, exposures to different compounds and viruses, and any number of other factors.

HealthyMorning Routine
Healthy Morning Routine

The good news is that many cancers are highly preventable with a healthy lifestyle that includes an abundance of nutritious foods. In fact, according to Harvard Health, a healthy dietary pattern can reduce your cancer risk by 10-20 percent.

[One of the main nutrition-related factors that can increase risk of cancer is excess weight. Studies show that excess weight can increase risks for cancers of the mouth, throat (pharynx, larynx, esophagus), stomach, pancreas, gall bladder, liver, colorectum, breast (post-menopausal), ovary, endometrium, prostate, and kidney.]

[How to] Enjoy a better diet [to reduce your cancer risk] [Incorporate your chosen keyword, if applicable] [H2 format]
What exactly is a “better,” cancer-risk-reducing diet? It’s choosing more fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and legumes like beans and lentils. These foods help reduce cancer risk in many ways. For example, they are full of essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Many fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes also contain other health-promoting compounds like antioxidants. Plus, these foods can help protect against excess weight because they can help you feel fuller longer due to their fiber and water content.

Fun fact: Fiber is a health-promoting carbohydrate found in plant foods. It’s a unique type of carbohydrate because it’s one that our gut can’t break it down to digest. This has many health benefits for your digestive system. For one thing, fiber can help you feel fuller and help your digestive system keep things moving and promote regularity. Fiber also supports a healthy gut microbiome by feeding your friendly gut bacteria. Getting your fiber from foods is recommended over fiber supplements whenever possible.

Fiber-rich foods like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and legumes also contain antioxidants and protein. These foods are known to help protect against many cancers, including colorectal cancer. Non-starchy fruits and vegetables also protect against several cancers, including cancers located in the mouth and throat.

A recommended goal is to eat at least five servings of non-starchy fruits and vegetables and at least 30 grams of fiber each day. You can do this by including non-starchy fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and legumes in every meal and enjoying them as snacks. Examples of these foods are:

Flax Seeds




Chia Seeds



a variety of colors of fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, carrots, pineapple, broccoli, bell peppers, leafy greens, and blueberries
whole grains like brown rice, whole wheat, and oats
legumes include black beans, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), and lentils

The 10 most high Constipation foods:


Fried Foods


Tender Meat



Highly processed foods

White Rice, White Bread

Not drinking clean water

Limit “fast foods” to reduce your cancer risk

“Fast foods” are convenient foods that are often very processed. “Processed” means they’re heavily manufactured and don’t resemble their natural state. (Think of an apple picked from a tree and how much it goes through to become part of an apple pie). Examples of fast foods include burgers, fried chicken, potato chips, fries, cakes, pastries, candies, and candy bars.

Many fast foods are engineered to be very tasty (“highly palatable”) and are prone to be enjoyed often and in large quantities. Fast foods are almost always high in fat, salt, and starches or sugars. They also usually have a long shelf-life so they can be stored for a long time (e.g., they’re not “fresh” foods that can wilt or go bad quickly). Eating too many fast and highly processed foods is linked to increased weight, insulin, blood sugar, and blood pressure.

The goal to reduce your cancer risk—and improving your overall health—is to limit how often and how much fast food is eaten.

[How to] Limit red and processed meat [to reduce your cancer risk
Meat can be a good source of protein, iron, zinc, and Vitamin B12. However, eating too much red and processed meat is linked to many cancers, with the strongest link being to colorectal cancer.

Red meat includes beef, pork, veal, lamb, and goat. Processed meat is meat that has been salted, smoked, cured, or fermented. These processes are done to enhance the flavor of the meat and also to preserve it and increase its shelf life. Examples of processed meats are hot dogs, bacon, salami, sausages, and deli meats like ham. Research this – check out how much fiber, how do they kill these animals. what do these animals eat–possibly GMO corn?

Red and processed meats can contribute to cancer risk because they may contain or create cancer-causing substances when they’re processed and cooked (charred). They can also contribute to excess weight, which is a risk factor for many cancers.

The goal is to enjoy red meat up to three portions per week and have even less processed meat. When you do eat red meat, you can choose leaner cuts of it, or even substitute it from time to time with other higher-protein foods like poultry, fish, legumes, eggs, nuts, or dairy.

Cut down on sugary drinks [to reduce your cancer risk]
Sugar-sweetened drinks include sodas and energy drinks, as well as sugar added to other beverages like tea and coffee. There is strong evidence that high intakes of sugary drinks contributes to excess weight and increases risk of cancer.

Fun fact: Drinking coffee may protect against liver, endometrial, mouth, and throat cancers. Also, according to Dr. Bulsiewicz Coffee is a Prebiotic and has fiber. Drinking tea (but not maté tea) is linked to a reduced risk of bladder cancer. [(Consider enjoying them with a bit less sugar.)]

Pro tip: Did you know most coffee shops will happily make their signature drinks with half of the sugar/syrup? Simply ask for your drink to be “half sweet” and see if they can accommodate your [goal/aim/ambition/journey] toward better health, request stevia, and/or non-dairy alternatives.

Try to reduce your intake of sugary drinks by having them less often and in smaller amounts. When it comes to benefits of substituting sugar-sweeneted drinks with low-calorie artificially-sweetened drinks, the science is not clear. That’s why the recommendation is to enjoy water and unsweetened drinks.

Conclusion/Final thoughts
Cancer is no small health risk and the empowering truth is that you absolutely have the ability to influence your health and future with nutrition. The foods (and drinks) you consume contribute to your healthy lifestyle to reduce your risk of cancer. And the great news is that these strategies can also reduce your risk of other chronic diseases at the same time.

By choosing more fruits, vegetable, whole grains, and legumes, and choosing fewer fast foods, red and processed meats, and sugary drinks, you can exert a big impact on your health. You don’t need to overhaul everything right away because small, sustainable changes to your day-to-day life can lead the way to improved wellness. [You can start by trying one of the recipes/meal plans that I’ve linked to in this article.]

Need help choosing or implementing more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes into your diet? I’m here for you. As a Certified Plant Based Nutritionist, I’d love to help.

[Wondering how to make that broccoli taste great or how to substitute legumes for ground meat? Want more tips and strategies to start kicking those sugary drinks to the curb? Need support to plan, shop, and prepare more nutritious and healthy meals for yourself or your family? Stay on my site to see if my product/program/service can help you.

American Cancer Society. (2020, June 9). American Cancer Society guideline for diet and physical activity.

Cleveland Clinic. (2022, October 19). Anti-cancer diet: These foods may reduce your risk for cancer. Health Essentials.

Didinger, J. C. (2019). Diet and cancer prevention. Colorado State University.

Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health (n.d.). Preventing cancer. The Nutrition Source.

Key, T., Bradbury, K., Perez-Cornago, A., Sinha, R., Tsilidis, K., & Tsugane, S. (2020). Diet, nutrition, and cancer risk: what do we know and what is the way forward? BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 368, m511.

National Cancer Institute. (2015, April 29). Cancer causes and prevention: Diet.

©Susan Alfano 2023 All Rights Reserved


Spring is On The Way – Clean Out Your Pantry

Anyone else have spring cleaning on their mind when March rolls in or BLOWS in? It is important every so often to deep clean and purge unnecessary clutter around the house, it’s helpful to reevaluate your meal planning, shopping and food prepping routine too. Here are a few simple steps for spring cleaning your cooking routine as we head into this new season.

Also, remember to change your batteries in your Smoke Detectors.

Step 1: Take inventory of your pantry

It might look scary, onions growing, potatoes growing, but now’s the time to venture into the depths of the pantry to see exactly what you have. Make a strategy how to use it (or if needed, toss it!). Save money as you work through shelf-stable items before purchasing duplicates and remember to re-stock those healthy staples that make fast weeknight meals, like this sheet pan dinner (see below)a breeze. Some of our favorites are canned tomatoes, coconut milk, vegetable broth and nutrient-rich whole grains like quinoa, black rice, Flax Seeds, Dates, Sunflower Seed (NoSugar) Butter, Lentils, Black Beans, Adzuki Beans, Garbanzo Beans, Large Bags of Hers – Cumin, Pepper, Turmeric, Curry, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Chili Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Pasta, Oats, Flour, Dark Chocolate without Sugar, Maple Syrup – to name some.

Step 2: Embrace seasonal produce

One simple way to get out of a cooking rut is to switch up your go-to fruits and vegetables based on the season. Also, get some new cookbooks such as Fiber Fueled Cookbook. Fiber is very important for all Humans. Bonus: this also means fresher and less expensive finds! Try our simple grilled vegetables like this one [On Parchment Paper put some cut up veggies like Red Peppers, Green Asparagus, Zucchini, and sprinkle a tiny amount of avocado oil – cook in toaster oven at 400 Degrees for 30 min and sprinkle with Tahini and Lemon Sauce.) for a simple spring side dish that will get rave reviews. We also love salads with seasonal fruits and vegetables featuring strawberries and radishes which come back in season in March.

Step 3: Find a meal planning method that actually works.

Remember that meal planning is key to staying on track with healthy living goals so if your current setup isn’t working, it might be time to switch gears. Make it a goal to find an approach that feels doable — and more importantly, sustainable — in the long term. If this is something you struggle with, you might consider outsourcing. Try out our meal planning program [link] to save time so you can focus on improving your culinary skills and enjoying home-cooked meals over endless recipe searching.

Dedicating time to freshen up your cooking routine can produce results that last. A simple, well-planned menu and well-stocked pantry will reduce your stress in the kitchen and limit the need for takeout. Set yourself up for success – which step will you tackle first?


All of us want to feel more energetic all day long. You will naturally go through some times of high activity which contrasts with times of rest.

The issue occurs when more energy and concentration will be required when there is more than they can give. Then…you are tired at night and unable to sleep and cannot. Check out these tips and follow them to see if they will help with your energy level.


Staying up late on the weekend and then expecting to wake up refreshed on Monday will not occur if you are not staying on a schedule. If your weekend was super packed and late nights – then go to bed early on Sunday night.


Make sure you do not skip breakfast – eat some protein and fat in the morning. Your brain needs protein, and the body does not store it. Just eat a little bit – possibly a glass of soy milk, a piece of non-dairy cheese or non-dairy yogurt, or a handful of nuts will keep you going instead of pure carbohydrates like a plain bagel.

Take a PowerNap for 5-10 Minutes a Day around Lunch Time Every Day

Take some time off your feet, meditate, do some deep breathing. Take a few moments to yourself and close your eyes.


Yah, Yah, Yah… drink your liquids…. Most people are in a constant state of dehydration from drinking up tons of coffee, tea, and sodas with caffeine. This is very stressful to your kidneys and can cause irritation to your bladder. Keep a travel bottle filled with your favorite flavour water or just plain water and keep with you all the time. Drink a glass of water right when you wake up, one glass at each meal, glass of water between meals. Whenever you leave the house keep your drinks with you.


Do you love to exercise? I don’t know about you … But, we don’t feel right if we go a day without exercising. It really messes with our sleep when we do not exercise. Others would say – exercise regularly – easier said than done. Without staying in an exercise program you will be short of breath + there are so many benefits of staying consistent with an exercise program. Do simple things like taking the stairs, move around when you are in line, do small ankle strength moves to keep you legs strong (and Balance). Park far away (safely) and walk. Clean up your exercise machines, download a podcast or book online = makes time go buy without feeling uncomfortable. Set an example for others!

Discover a Joke A Day

Laughter has serious benefits on your health. The chemicals in your brain experience pleasure, happiness, and peace increase with good, hearty laughs. Do you live alone? Watch funny movies, or ask SIRI to tell you a joke, haha. Think of alternative ways to laugh.

Avoid Confrontations and Situations with Negative Humans

Take Deep Breaths
Deep Breathing is Moving Your Insides

You know who we are writing about …. hmmm… These people will not control your thinking or bring you down. The complainers, gossipers, and generally unhappy souls will only drain your energy. I rather hang out with my dogs. Remember what they say…wealthy people talk/think about future plans and goals, poor people talk about others.

Consume Daily Supplements of the Highest Quality

Best way to get vitamins and nutrients is through what you eat. Some days this will not happen. Dr. Greger has the list of the Daily Dozen that would keep you at optimal health per all his studies. Days when we are able to follow this = our most productive days. Still take Amla powder, Black Curcurim, Flax Seed, Vitamin D, B12, Artichoke, Turmeric, Cinnamon, B6, Dandelion Root +++ daily.

What do you take daily?

Dr. Greger’s Holistic Nutrition Daily Dozen


Want to Clear Your Skin? Then Check out these Little Acne Skin Care Tips

As long as you know some wise skin care tips, acne will no longer be a problem. To have glowing skin is inexpensive to accomplish and using natural methods are an asset to know to have yourself some glowing skin.


Oil, they say is thicker than water. But —– Water is the plainest, most natural substance that you can use for acne skin care. When you wash your face, do it gently. Do not rub and scrub – you must wash it gently (Possibly use a Clarisonic brush). For the best acne skin care when washing your face use a mild NATURAL cleanser 3 times a day – Morning, Noon and Night. After a heavy workout you will need to clean your skin, too. Drinking lots of filtered water will keep your skin and body hydrated.

Drink. Water
Drink Water – Does wonders for your skin.

Do Not Pick Your Zits!

When you prick your pimples and blemishes as if you are picking a bubble – this only aggravates the skin and risks further inflammation and acne scars. Plus – this will also spread infections. Do Not Pick! Also, avoid touching and hand contact with your face (unless you are cleaning it of course) for better acne skin care results.

Shave With Care

Chose the best electric shavers and safety razors you can trust, they will be the most comfortable to use. Men with acne issues do not need to use super sharp blades to get rid of their beard. A regular shaver used with soap and water or a mild shaving cream will help you get that smooth finish. Doctors advise men to shave lightly, and shave only when necessary for acne skin care maintenance.


If you are someone who loves sun tanning or just want the sight of that sophisticated sunburnt look – forget it. This is an acne skin care no-no. The sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays redden the skin, making the skin drier. Short term the skin seems to be healing, but, long term this can cause more damage. Blemishes can seem more visible, leaving dark scar spots, plus, it can speed up aging and bring serious damage to the human skin. Excessive exposure to the sun can cause skin cancer. You started a great skin care routine – don’t ruin it now by getting sunburned. If you are using dermatology creams or prescribed acne creams you want to avoid the sun as they cause your skin to burn more.

Cosmic Cosmetics

Eye shadow, blush, moisturizers, and other cosmetics should be free from oily substances to permit healthy acne skin care maintenance. Even products used on your hair in forms of gels, aerosols, etc. that come in close contact with your skin may destroy a healthy skin care practice. Read ingredients, choose products labelled as non-comedogenic, those are products which do not provoke the formation and growth of blemishes and other related skin disorders.


An African beauty secret reveals that the power of shea butter which originated from the Karite Nut Tree. This juicy acne skin care tip – Karite Nut Tree was discovered in the semi-arid savannahs of West Africa and Central Africa. People in Africa, women in particular — have relied on shea butter as a vital tool for acne skin care cures for centuries now. Plus their skin shows this. Try adding once or twice a week to your routine until you are used to this treatment – after fully cleansing and toning your skin.


You will not need to visit the most expensive spas to get that destressing facial treatments and avoid spending so much money. Create a home-made magical elixir right in the comforts of your own home by purchasing simple spa tools round online or in beauty stores. Using home staples such as anti-inflammatory pats and antibacterial honey, calming cucumber or chamomile and multi mineral nutrients from nettle tea bags will help kick start your home spa experience. Remember – DIY.


Increase intake of organic fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink a warm cup of lemon water every morning. Acne skin care tools are free of toxins, will aid blood circulation and cell turnover. A salad or 5 fruits a day- + a handful of greens at every meal (Yes I do this) will keep the acne away and the reading glasses, too.

There is no simple pill or cream cure, medication, or acne treatment for acne problems. But there is a way to combat it by combining a number of these things = your own personal cure of acne. As the sole proprietor of our own skin, we must take full charge of what is our first armour against diseases and bodily injuries— OUR SKIN.

Start with a Healthy Diet (that does not mean clean eating is washing your Chicken), Relaxation, Exercise, Good Sleep, and move daily! Hydrate! Avoid toxic foods, Oils, Grease, and other substances.Balance yourself, your weight and your hormones.

Relax – it will all be OK.

Drink Lotsa Water

Sunburn – Five Natural Remedies

Oh my Gosh – Look at your skin – you have a sunburn …. Have you heard that recently?

Whether you have experience it yourself with a sunburn or someone close to you – it is a painful moment. The symptoms are likely to include anything from red hot skin, nausea, tender to the touch, blistering, dehydration, or peeling of the skin. Skin burn also can cause swelling. shock and even sometimes fatal cases.

If you have experienced a bad sunburn you will agree that the amount of time spent causing the sunburn is largely disproportionate to the length of time that you will be spending suffering the consequences of the effects. In this respect, depending on the severity of the burn — pain and discomfort can persist for several days or weeks, after the event, as your body works to heal and recover from the unprotected UV Exposure.

You should seek medical treatment immediately if symptoms are severe – otherwise here are 5 simple home remedies that will cost you next to nothing and will assist in soothing the pain and sting of your sunburn

1. COOL BATHS. Soaking in a cool bath is one of the best ways to draw heat from your skin and soothe the pain and discomfort of a sunburn. Do bot soak in cold water – this might cause the body to go into shock.Add some additional items to make your soothing cool bath more relief – Essential Oils like Lavender or Chamomile add 10 drops and soak for 15minutes. Or, Ad Baking Soda (or Oatmeal) to the cool bath. Make sure all burning skin is submerged. Bath water can be poured over your body using your hands or a wash cloth. Burned facial areas can be gently dabbed or alternately splashing your face and dry with a cotton towel. If taking an oatmeal bath, let the light coating of oatmeal remain clinging to your skin. Adding Vinegar to the bath water will help in taking the sting out.

2. Anti-Inflammatory Medication. Some dermatologists suggest taking anti-inflammatories as soon after exposure to maximize the effect.

3.. VINEGAR. Vinegar is a very effective and cooling treatment for sunburns. Soak towels with vinegar and apply to burned areas and spray on mild burns.

4. EGG WHITES. If your burns are painful and hot use the egg whites over affected area to cool instantly. Repeat as necessary.

5. POTATOES. Yes, potatoes will help with sunburns. Take 2 potatoes and wash well. Cut them into tiny chunks and liquefy in a blender – if needed add some water to the mix. Pat the affected area with potato juice. Wait until this dries and then rise off in a cool shower.

6. COLD MILK. The proteins in the mil help cool down the burn plus the Lactic Acid will help buff away any lose peeling skin associated with the burn as it heals.

Remember – that as well as causing varying degrees of discomfort and pain, repeated sun exposure and sunburns also accelerate sagging and the aging process – plus can increase the risk of cataracts and skin cancer.

Alway use UVA and UVBSUnascreen.

Wear a Good Sunscreen and do not to forget to reapply.

DISCLAIMER: These are home remedy tips only and should not replace your regular heath care providers advice.

If in doubt at any time in relation to sunburns – please seek the appropriate health assistance!

P.S. Probably easier to use a Non-Toxic Fake Tan Lotion 🙂

Super Greens Incredible Effects on Your Health and Body

Greens 3 – 6 Times A Day is So Good For You

Is it a Secret that eating lots of greens can have many health benefits? You may not know all the good advantages that greens can do for you – let’s check out all the wonderful benefits….

Chlorophyll – a substance found in all plants.

What does Chlorophyll do? This super green acts as a blood detoxifier, and this helps increase circulation to all your organs by dilating blood vessels… how amazing is that? Health Benefits of Chlorophyll are as follows: It helps with Boosting energy, Cancer Prevention, Heals wounds, Skin and acne care, stimulates the immune system, cleans your blood and intestines, great fro your kidneys, and improves the quality of your blood cells…plus many more.

Greens also help reduce offensive body odor – acting as a natural body deodorant. Wow, this is just two of the great reasons greens are so great for your body.

Keep reading….. What are super greens?

Super green foods come from young cereal grasses like wheat, barley, rye, alfalfa, oats, chlorella, kelp and many others as well.

Consuming greens have a whole lot of nutrients in them; they even have more nutrients than spinach (which is in itself an amazing green should be on your plate), eggs, broccoli, (and another powerhouse) and chicken – in calcium, iron, protein and all of the other categories as well.

The experts say that opting for super greens would be a superb benefit to your fitness.

Did you know that super green foods are the only veggies that can help many animals maintain their weight, strength and great health if consumed alone?

What are the super greens that have the most benefits? The list is probably endless – anything with dark green – Kale, Micro greens, Collard Greens, Spinach, Cabbage, Beet Greens, Watercress, Romain Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Arugula, Endive, Bok Choy, Turnip Greens, Mustard Greens, Turnip Greens, Napa Cabbage, Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cilantro, Parsley, Asparagus, plus plus….the benefits = lots of nutrients – studies have shown that eating greens will calm your Blood Vessels and lower Blood Pressure, Heart Healthy, clean skin, and more.

The word is out that greens are the way to go – Check out the top experts and what they say – Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr.Michael Greger, & Dr. Neal Barnard, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Dr. John McDougall, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Pam Popper, Dr. Michael Klaper, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Brenda Davis, Dr. Danielle Belardo, Dr. Angie Sadeghi, Dr. Vivian Chen, Dr. Melissa Mondala, Dr. Garth Davis, Dr. Bobby Price, Dr. Andrew Little, Dr. Nitu Bajekal, Dr. Shireen Kassam, Dr. Sondema Tarr, Dr. Anita Patel, Dr. Rene Rodriguea, Dr. Areli Cuevas-Ocampo, Dr. Tori Jaeger, Dr. Arti Thangudu, Dr. Robert Ostfeld, Dr. Richa Mittal, Dr. Purvi Parwani, Dr. Leile D.

Anytime you are hungry – opt for super green say the experts. Did you know that super green foods are the only vegetables that can help many animals maintain their weight, good health and strength even if consume just these foods alone? It really is true.

Super greens will boost your Immune System, so powerful are these antioxidants that they can help you grow and have many other health benefits as well. Can you tell how vital greens are for you? Have you ever watched or Read Dr. Esselstyn’s Books or YouTube videos? He prescribes eating greens six times a day for people with Heart issues – did you know that Heart Disease was the Number 1 cause of Death 40 years ago – since then they have such procedures as Stents, and other opening of your vessels and the number 1 cause of death to this day is still Heart Disease.

For instance, get your eyes checked. My eye sight since eating Super greens 2-3 times a day – 2 cups at each swerving – have reversed my eyesight – making it perfect 20/20. The Dr. was even impressed.

Eat more greens and share this to the people you care about.

What are your favorite greens? Do you have any recipes you would like to share?

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