Parents who embrace a nontoxic, natural living lifestyle be warned …
At some point during the raising of your children, there is a high likelihood that you will be the target of bullying by someone within or associated with the conventional medical establishment.
The inexcusable level of frustration of some healthcare workers,
Mothers who are unable to breastfeed or procure a sufficient quantity of quality donor milk to feed their babies are increasingly turning to a homemade baby formula recipe made with whole, unprocessed ingredients to fill in the gap.
This is because a growing body of research suggests that commercial formula is not only bad for babies,
There seems to be a lot of confusion surrounding the topic of hydrolyzed collagen, also commonly called collagen hydrolysate. This is especially true with regard to how it compares with a closely related food known as gelatin.
For example, I’ve had an increasing number of emails from people who have attempted to make homemade jello,
When Mother Nature fails to begin the process of bringing baby into the world in a timely fashion, inducing labor without the use of any pharmaceuticals is not only possible, it is preferable! I’ve written before about how I successfully used acupuncture to induce labor when my first child was nearly two weeks late.
One of the biggest problems with gluten free flour brands from the healthfood store is that they are loaded with refined starch – nearly half the weight in fact! Such mixes cannot be considered healthy.
This starch is usually not resistant starch either – the kind that benefits gut health by nourishing beneficial gut microbes and a balanced intestinal microbiota.
SarahThe Healthy Home Economist holds a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Mother to 3 healthy children, blogger, and best-selling author, she writes about the practical application of Traditional Diet and evidence-based wellness within the modern household. Her work has been featured by USA Today, The New York Times, ABC, NBC,
Bath bombs are a popular and fun way to add pizzazz to the regular bathtime routine. If made with therapeutic ingredients such as epsom salts, they can be detoxifying and facilitate healing as well.
Young children love bath bombs because they add pleasing scents and color to the bath water.