This Silly Season doesn't have to get too crazy...I so get there’s the hotter weather and humidity for most of us, the overwhelming list of activities, parties, dinners and social catch-ups after hours - as well as food and drink we don’t usually consume – it can really take its toll on our energy levels. And for so many of us – if our brain chemistry isn’t the best for whatever the reason – we can go under with anxiety. To ‘soothe’ those anxious feelings many of us either start the roundabout of emotional eating or have one too many drinks when we are out and about. When we are tired we are often successfully tempted to eat convenient sugary...
This is so zesty, so refreshing and so easy to create. Thanks to Body Ecology Founder Donna Gates for this one! Ingredients 3 ½ cups of filtered water 10cm piece ginger (peeled and chopped) 2 tablespoons of natural vanilla essence 2 tablespoons of natural lemon essence 25 drops of Liquid Stevia How to Create Boil ginger in water for 10 mins Strain ginger pieces and pour juice into jar Add vanilla, lemon essence and stevia Steep in fridge for at least 8hrs. To serve add ⅛ - ¼ cup of the ginger mix to sparkling mineral water. Keep your Gorgeous Ginger Ale in the fridge. Enjoy!
Unfortunately an underactive or ‘sluggish’ thyroid is a common problem with many of my clients so I thought it would be a good idea to share with you the Body Ecology approach to help kick it back into gear.
Most of us don’t want to take them unless we really have to. But then there’s sinusitis, strep throat, bronchitis, tooth abscesses. All that fun stuff we simply need to hit on the head and FAST to get on with life without too much pain or discomfort!
We love our Chicken Soup recipe. It’s simple to create and a great little recipe for the weekend to freeze later for lunches and dinners during a busy week. Our Chicken Soup features: cooked carrots full of carotene to help prevents colds/flu or at least reduce their duration, celery abundant in chlorine and sulphur which is vital for cleansing our liver and clearing our skin and...last but not least...our good old garlic – the best source of sulphur for antibacterial, antibiotic, antiviral and anti-infection action!