Fibromyalgia Self Care – Diet/Allergens/Deficiencies

Fibromyalgia Self Care – Diet/Allergens/Deficiencies Eat a whole food, anti-inflammatory diet.  Include 8 to 12 servings of fresh vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts, seeds and whole grains every day.   Focus on anti-inflammatory foods including wild fish and other sources of omega-3 fats are flaxseeds and omega-3 eggs, red and purple berries (these are rich in... Continue Reading →

Fibromyalgia and Food

The Connection Between Fibromyalgia & Food It is commonly accepted, and scientifically proven, that a healthy diet can have a positive effect on overall health. Similarly, what you eat can play a role in how you experience fibromyalgia—possibly triggering flare-ups and/or providing relief. Diet, therefore, is often discussed along with other non-pharmacologic (non-medication) treatments for... Continue Reading →

Athletes – Cbd Oil helps recovery

While using cannabis as pre-workout supplement may sound crazy, it is not uncommon for elite athletes to use cannabis as a recovery tool as well. After an intense workout or training session, you may be tired, sore, or even nauseous. Many people in this situation may toss back two or three Ibuprofen, crack a beer... Continue Reading →

My 14 Day Smoothie Ebook – FREE

14 DAY SMOOTHIE CHALLENGE14 DAY SMOOTHIE CHALLENGE Woop Woop….Totally Free....My amazing Smoothie Ebook for all my lucky readers. As a huge thank you for reading my posts and interacting with me I am giving away my little smoothie ebook. Above is the link to the first every ebook I created after discovering the world of... Continue Reading →

Keto Coffee

I am not a lover of coffee, I have never tried it and just the smell makes me wanna gag okay so a little exaggeration but I just don't like the stuff.  .  My partner however loves it, if he could bathe in it I'm sure he would.  I just don't understand  how he manages... Continue Reading →

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