Beauty comes from the inside, no doubt about it. But beyond a sunny disposition, how you feed and take care of your body is reflected clearly on your skin as well. In fact, the skin is your largest organ; It’s responsible for protecting you, helping with elimination of waste through your sweat, and is often the first place to show signs of inflammation in the body.
Home cooking is such an underrated tool towards a healthy lifestyle.I didn’t used to like cooking at all growing up but my growing interest in health and wellness made me realize how important cooking and connecting to my food was. Now I absolutely love cooking, experimenting with new recipes and play around with seasonal ingredients.
You can certainly live a delicious and gluten-free life without resorting to cardboard crackers or highly processed, gluten-free baked goods and cookies!There are plenty of nutritious alternatives out there that also happen to be gluten-free. Whether you just want to cut back on your intake of this hard-to digest, glue-like protein, have an allergy or sensitivity to gluten or you simply want some new ideas to supplement in to your diet – these foods will rock your boat!
Gluten hides in a lot of very common foods in the Standard American Diet. In addition to avoiding the gluten containing grains like wheat, spelt, rye, barley, farro, kamut and semolina, you also need to watch out for the hidden gluten in many processed foods. Start reading labels, choose more whole foods with no (or at least very short) ingredient lists, and begin to cook more at home. One great benefit of going gluten free whether allergic or not, is that it automatically helps you to cut back on a lot of processed foods! That’s a great step for anyone to take.
There is something quite comforting about knowing that everything in the universe has its place – that things are what they are for a reason.Here are 10 very good reasons for why you should eat seasonally.I hope this inspires you to go out and visit your nearest farmers or green market or maybe even start growing some food of your own.