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Whole Body Care
A quick note on supplements: I recommend and primarily use practitioner-only botanicals and carefully sourced whole food supplements.
An amazing combination of olive oil, plantain leaf, comfrey leaf, rosemary leaf, lavender leaf, cosmetic grade beeswax, aloe oil, vitamin E, lavender essential oil, and tea tree oil. Hawaii’s all natural skin care secret. This Surfer’s Salve is great for soothing; sunburns, bug bites, rashes, and dry skin.
These are some of my favorite kitchen tools because they make cooking easier and more enjoyable. However, it took me a while to figure out what works best for me, my family, and my clients. I have certainly made some purchases that I regretted later. There was a journey of testing and planning before I could build my kitchen toolbox. I hope you find these as useful and durable as I have.
OMG, this gadget has changed my life! You get the benefits of all-day cooking in about an hour or less. Bone broth, carnitas, stews, pot roast and even risotto takes minutes to prepare, and dinner is on the table quickly. Rated best value by Cook’s Illustrated. I own this 5-piece set.
This book opens up our mind to a new and more positive way at looking at life. It can be hard to see past the negative and appreciate what we do have. This book, though fiction, tackles these emotions and offers solutions.
Filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig and TV journalist Katie Couric lead us through this potent exposé that uncovers why-despite media attention, the public’s fascination with appearance, and government policies to combat childhood obesity-generations of American children will now live shorter lives than their parents did.