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>Why We LOVE Kimchi and Other Fermented Foods

What is Kimchi? Maybe you’ve seen it in the grocery store and wondered, how do I eat this? What does it taste like? WHY would I eat this? Kimchi is the national dish of Korea, but for some reason in North America, we’ve been much slower to adopt fermented foods into our diets. Kimchi is […]

>How a Plant-Based Diet Can Boost Skin Health

Your appearance can be an outer reflection of what is happening inside your body. Cellular damage from processed food, stress, and environmental toxins show up as external symptoms, especially on the skin. Blemishes, fine lines and wrinkles may be a result of an accumulation of these toxins. A diet that is organic and plant-based will […]

>Get Energized With our Matcha Chia Glo

The powerful combination of ingredients in our signature Matcha Chia Glo provides a host of daily health benefits. Energizing matcha is a premium green tea powder from Japan, rich in nutrients, antioxidants and chlorophyll. According to some sources, one glass of matcha is the equivalent of 10 glasses of regular green tea in terms of […]

>Ch Ch Ch Chia seeds – what to know

Adding new ingredients to your diet can be intimidating and confusing. Luckily, the latest nutrient-dense superfood du jour – chia seeds — can make a simple addition to any menu.   Where Do Chia Seeds Come From? Chia is an ancient superfood that has increased in popularity due to its energizing and healthful properties. They come […]

>Feel Beautiful From the Inside Out With Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is known for its topical healing properties—a go-to herbal sunburn and wound-healing remedy. What many do not know is that drinking aloe may have similar properties internally, soothing the intestinal lining and promoting healthy digestion. A review published in the British Journal of General Practice asserts that aloe may decrease irritation and enhance […]