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  • Happy Saturday!
Sharing this fun Strawberry Citrus slushie recipe made with EO's!
What are you all up to this weekend?
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Ingredients
2 cups fresh lemonade
1 cup frozen strawberries
1 lemon, juiced
4 drops Lemon oil
4 drops Lime oil
3 cups ice
3 tablespoons white sugar or ½ teaspoon stevia
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Combine all ingredients in blender & blend until smooth.
Note: For a more smoothie like consistency, add 2 cups of strawberries and 2 cups of ice.
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    Happy Saturday!
    Sharing this fun Strawberry Citrus slushie recipe made with EO's!
    What are you all up to this weekend?
    .
    Ingredients
    2 cups fresh lemonade
    1 cup frozen strawberries
    1 lemon, juiced
    4 drops Lemon oil
    4 drops Lime oil
    3 cups ice
    3 tablespoons white sugar or ½ teaspoon stevia
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    Combine all ingredients in blender & blend until smooth.
    Note: For a more smoothie like consistency, add 2 cups of strawberries and 2 cups of ice.

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  • Ever had a pinched nerve and wondered how long does a pinched nerve last?

When we talk about a pinched nerve in your neck or back, what we mean is that a compressed or inflamed nerve root is sending pain, tingling, numbness, pins and needles, and/or weakness into the arm or leg. These symptoms may be caused by a herniated disc (HNP), an injury, or degenerative changes (spur, etc.). So, how long does it last?
Most of the time, symptoms from a pinched nerve will start to feel better within 6 to 12 weeks with non-surgical treatment. Even in cases when a pinched nerve involves debilitating nerve pain, such as a burning or shock-like pain that radiates down the arm or leg, it typically improves with time, rest, and non-surgical treatment.
Non-surgical treatment includes rest (or modified activities), anti-inflammatories, heat/ice packs, physiotherapy, chiropractic/osteopathic care including cervical/lumbar traction if needed.
If symptoms do not improve after 6-12 weeks of non-surgical treatment, or you have severe weakness or intractable pain, surgery may be considered.
Come in for a consultation if you have symptoms of pain, tingling, numbness, pins and needles or weakness that radiates into the arm or leg. The sooner you seek medical attention, the sooner you can receive an accurate diagnosis and start an effective treatment plan.
#thinkchiro
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    @globalhealthcenterbali

    Ever had a pinched nerve and wondered how long does a pinched nerve last?

    When we talk about a pinched nerve in your neck or back, what we mean is that a compressed or inflamed nerve root is sending pain, tingling, numbness, pins and needles, and/or weakness into the arm or leg. These symptoms may be caused by a herniated disc (HNP), an injury, or degenerative changes (spur, etc.). So, how long does it last?
    Most of the time, symptoms from a pinched nerve will start to feel better within 6 to 12 weeks with non-surgical treatment. Even in cases when a pinched nerve involves debilitating nerve pain, such as a burning or shock-like pain that radiates down the arm or leg, it typically improves with time, rest, and non-surgical treatment.
    Non-surgical treatment includes rest (or modified activities), anti-inflammatories, heat/ice packs, physiotherapy, chiropractic/osteopathic care including cervical/lumbar traction if needed.
    If symptoms do not improve after 6-12 weeks of non-surgical treatment, or you have severe weakness or intractable pain, surgery may be considered.
    Come in for a consultation if you have symptoms of pain, tingling, numbness, pins and needles or weakness that radiates into the arm or leg. The sooner you seek medical attention, the sooner you can receive an accurate diagnosis and start an effective treatment plan.
    #thinkchiro

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  • Health Effects of Snacking 🥕🥜
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Aside from studies on snacking and weight, not much research has examined the effects of snacking on disease risk factors. Two small controlled studies, one from Canada and one from Iran, found that nibbling or snacking resulted in lower levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and low-density lipoproteins, and higher levels of high-density lipoproteins.
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However, the Canadian study compared three meals per day with 17 so-called smaller meals per day and included only seven men. In the Iranian study, none of the changes in cardiovascular disease risk factors were significant, though it was suggested that a nibbling meal pattern may have a beneficial effect on blood sugar and insulin levels.
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    Health Effects of Snacking 🥕🥜

    Aside from studies on snacking and weight, not much research has examined the effects of snacking on disease risk factors. Two small controlled studies, one from Canada and one from Iran, found that nibbling or snacking resulted in lower levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and low-density lipoproteins, and higher levels of high-density lipoproteins.

    However, the Canadian study compared three meals per day with 17 so-called smaller meals per day and included only seven men. In the Iranian study, none of the changes in cardiovascular disease risk factors were significant, though it was suggested that a nibbling meal pattern may have a beneficial effect on blood sugar and insulin levels.

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  • Wir haben alle schon was gehört über positive Gedanken und was für eine Auswirkung dies hat auf unser Leben, Körper, Geist und Seele. Das gehört zur Schwingungsmedizin.
Noch nie was gehört davon?
Das basiert auf Erkenntnisse aus der modernen Quantenpysik und integriert verschiedene Heilverfahren sowie ~ Bewusstseinstechnologien.
Der Menschliche Körper besteht aus unterschiedliche elektromagnetische schwingungen. Körperzellen, gewebesstrukturen und Organe besitzen spezifische schwingungen, welche miteinander kommunizieren und sich gegenseitig beeinflussen. ~
Also genausr gesagt der Körper schwingt nicht aber die Zellen.
Wir können unseren Körper und diese zellen auch beeinflussen mit unsere gedanke, und Handlungen.
Deswegen heisst es auch healthy self, weil wir auch sehr stark unseren Körper damit beeinflussen jeden Tag was wir denken und tun.
HEAL THY SELF.~
Wenn wir mit Aufmerksamkeit bewusst Leben, und uns bewusst ist was für Gedanken wir haben dann ist uns auch ganz bewusst das ein schlechter gedanke unsere Zellen zerstört, und ein guter gedanke unsere Zellen glücklich macht.~
Der physische Körper des Menschen wird von der Seele materiakisiert. Du bist für deine Gesundheit zuständig. Achte auf das innere und das äussere folgt.
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#holistichealth #wellness #holistichealing #health #holistic #healthylifestyle #fitness #selfcare #nutrition #yoga #healthyliving #vegan #selflove #meditation #organic #healing #natural #healthy #plantbased #mindfulness #cbdoil #essentialoils #detox #cannabiscommunity #naturalremedies #naturalhealing #naturalmedicine #bhfyp
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    @madeleine_trapp

    Wir haben alle schon was gehört über positive Gedanken und was für eine Auswirkung dies hat auf unser Leben, Körper, Geist und Seele. Das gehört zur Schwingungsmedizin.
    Noch nie was gehört davon?
    Das basiert auf Erkenntnisse aus der modernen Quantenpysik und integriert verschiedene Heilverfahren sowie ~ Bewusstseinstechnologien.
    Der Menschliche Körper besteht aus unterschiedliche elektromagnetische schwingungen. Körperzellen, gewebesstrukturen und Organe besitzen spezifische schwingungen, welche miteinander kommunizieren und sich gegenseitig beeinflussen. ~
    Also genausr gesagt der Körper schwingt nicht aber die Zellen.
    Wir können unseren Körper und diese zellen auch beeinflussen mit unsere gedanke, und Handlungen.
    Deswegen heisst es auch healthy self, weil wir auch sehr stark unseren Körper damit beeinflussen jeden Tag was wir denken und tun.
    HEAL THY SELF.~
    Wenn wir mit Aufmerksamkeit bewusst Leben, und uns bewusst ist was für Gedanken wir haben dann ist uns auch ganz bewusst das ein schlechter gedanke unsere Zellen zerstört, und ein guter gedanke unsere Zellen glücklich macht.~
    Der physische Körper des Menschen wird von der Seele materiakisiert. Du bist für deine Gesundheit zuständig. Achte auf das innere und das äussere folgt.
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    #holistichealth #wellness #holistichealing #health #holistic #healthylifestyle #fitness #selfcare #nutrition #yoga #healthyliving #vegan #selflove #meditation #organic #healing #natural #healthy #plantbased #mindfulness #cbdoil #essentialoils #detox #cannabiscommunity #naturalremedies #naturalhealing #naturalmedicine #bhfyp

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  • The majority of us want strong & healthy 💇🏻‍♀️ hair.

On average your hair grows ½ inch - 1.25cm per month. 
How fast it grows depends on factors like age, health, genetics & diet.

Although we can’t change factors like age & genetics, our ✔︎ diet is one thing we have control over. 
In fact, a diet lacking the right nutrients will lead to hair loss.

Here are some awesome foods you can incorporate into our diet to speed up hair growth. 🥬 SPINACH.

Spinach is loaded with folate, iron, & vitamins A and C, which may promote hair growth. 🍓BERRIES.

Berries are loaded with compounds like antioxidants & vitamins that may promote hair growth. For example, strawberries are rich in vitamin C, which aids collagen production & iron absorption, two factors that may promote hair growth. 🍳 EGGS.

Eggs are a great source of protein & biotin, which are important for hair health and growth. A deficiency in either of these nutrients has been linked to hair loss. 🥑 AVOCADOS.

Avocados are rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant that may promote hair growth. Additionally, they are a great source of essential fatty acids, which appear to be crucial for hair growth. 🌶 SWEET PEPPERS.

Sweet peppers are a rich source of vitamins A and C, two nutrients that help ensure hair stays healthy & that may aid hair growth. 🍠 SWEET POTATOES.

Sweet potatoes are loaded with vitamin A, which helps aid sebum production. Additionally, it has other factors that may help speed up the rate of hair growth. 🍣 FATTY FISH.

Fatty fish like salmon, herring & mackerel are great sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to improved hair growth and density. 🌰 NUTS & SEEDS.

Nuts and seeds are packed with nutrients like vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc & essential fatty acids, all of which may promote hair growth & are linked to many other health benefits. 🦐 OYSTERS.

Oysters are one of the best sources of zinc in the diet. This mineral helps support the hair growth and repair cycle. .
Hope you found this helpful 🌸 .

Xoxo  Elaine 💖
@change_begins_with_you
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    @change_begins_with_you

    Australia

    The majority of us want strong & healthy 💇🏻‍♀️ hair.

    On average your hair grows ½ inch - 1.25cm per month.
    How fast it grows depends on factors like age, health, genetics & diet.

    Although we can’t change factors like age & genetics, our ✔︎ diet is one thing we have control over.
    In fact, a diet lacking the right nutrients will lead to hair loss.

    Here are some awesome foods you can incorporate into our diet to speed up hair growth. 🥬 SPINACH.

    Spinach is loaded with folate, iron, & vitamins A and C, which may promote hair growth. 🍓BERRIES.

    Berries are loaded with compounds like antioxidants & vitamins that may promote hair growth. For example, strawberries are rich in vitamin C, which aids collagen production & iron absorption, two factors that may promote hair growth. 🍳 EGGS.

    Eggs are a great source of protein & biotin, which are important for hair health and growth. A deficiency in either of these nutrients has been linked to hair loss. 🥑 AVOCADOS.

    Avocados are rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant that may promote hair growth. Additionally, they are a great source of essential fatty acids, which appear to be crucial for hair growth. 🌶 SWEET PEPPERS.

    Sweet peppers are a rich source of vitamins A and C, two nutrients that help ensure hair stays healthy & that may aid hair growth. 🍠 SWEET POTATOES.

    Sweet potatoes are loaded with vitamin A, which helps aid sebum production. Additionally, it has other factors that may help speed up the rate of hair growth. 🍣 FATTY FISH.

    Fatty fish like salmon, herring & mackerel are great sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to improved hair growth and density. 🌰 NUTS & SEEDS.

    Nuts and seeds are packed with nutrients like vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc & essential fatty acids, all of which may promote hair growth & are linked to many other health benefits. 🦐 OYSTERS.

    Oysters are one of the best sources of zinc in the diet. This mineral helps support the hair growth and repair cycle. .
    Hope you found this helpful 🌸 .

    Xoxo Elaine 💖
    @change_begins_with_you

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  • FIVE Healthy Vegan Dessert Recipes!☀️🍪🤩 *Swipe for all 5 easy + delicious ideas!:) What’s your favourite 1-5?💕
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So these 5-ingredients-or-less Vegan 🌱 ideas are great additions to your recipe list :) All treats by @plantyou are perfect next time you fancy something sweet for a snack, breakfast or dessert!
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🍪VEGAN COOKIE DOUGH🍪
⠀⠀350 CALORIES
👩‍🍳Simply add all ingredients but the chocolate chips and blend until creamy. In the end mix in chocolate chips and serve and eat🤭 just like cookie dough!
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🍌VEGAN BANANA BREAD 🍌
⠀⠀300 CALORIES
Five ingredient recipe.
Combine all ingredients in a big bowl and bake.
Just add cinnamon, raisins, walnuts etc if you wish! I would suggest using whole wheat flour, but you could also use gluten free.
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🍮VEGAN MUG CAKE🍮
⠀⠀300 CALORIES
Which takes less than five minutes!
You can use any flour and adjust the contents to your taste i.e. swap out maple syrup and nut butter.
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🥞VEGAN CHOCOLATE PANCAKES🥞 ⠀⠀300 CALORIES
THE pancake recipe you never knew you needed🤩 Simply blend the ingredients listed and pan fry!
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🍮CHIA PUDDING🍮
⠀⠀250 CALORIES
It's easy, delicious and packed with protein.
✔️You can customise chia pudding with different fruit, nuts and spices. ⠀
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💕Which dish is your favourite! 1-5? Comment below!
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#smoothie #cookies #dessert #dairyfree #plantbased #diet #pancakes #healthyeating #nutrition #veganrecipes #raw #veganfood #vegan #glutenfree #protein #recipe #healthyliving #mealprep #banana
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    FIVE Healthy Vegan Dessert Recipes!☀️🍪🤩 *Swipe for all 5 easy + delicious ideas!:) What’s your favourite 1-5?💕


    So these 5-ingredients-or-less Vegan 🌱 ideas are great additions to your recipe list :) All treats by @plantyou are perfect next time you fancy something sweet for a snack, breakfast or dessert!


    🍪VEGAN COOKIE DOUGH🍪
    ⠀⠀350 CALORIES
    👩‍🍳Simply add all ingredients but the chocolate chips and blend until creamy. In the end mix in chocolate chips and serve and eat🤭 just like cookie dough!


    🍌VEGAN BANANA BREAD 🍌
    ⠀⠀300 CALORIES
    Five ingredient recipe.
    Combine all ingredients in a big bowl and bake.
    Just add cinnamon, raisins, walnuts etc if you wish! I would suggest using whole wheat flour, but you could also use gluten free.


    🍮VEGAN MUG CAKE🍮
    ⠀⠀300 CALORIES
    Which takes less than five minutes!
You can use any flour and adjust the contents to your taste i.e. swap out maple syrup and nut butter.


    🥞VEGAN CHOCOLATE PANCAKES🥞 ⠀⠀300 CALORIES
    THE pancake recipe you never knew you needed🤩 Simply blend the ingredients listed and pan fry!


    🍮CHIA PUDDING🍮
    ⠀⠀250 CALORIES
    It's easy, delicious and packed with protein.
    ✔️You can customise chia pudding with different fruit, nuts and spices. ⠀

    💕Which dish is your favourite! 1-5? Comment below!

    #smoothie #cookies #dessert #dairyfree #plantbased #diet #pancakes #healthyeating #nutrition #veganrecipes #raw #veganfood #vegan #glutenfree #protein #recipe #healthyliving #mealprep #banana

  •  7,590  104  15 hours ago
  • Thank you for your patience peeps, this week has literally flown by. Not too sure how it’s already Saturday, but I guess it’s a good thing - so the old saying goes, time flies when you’re having fun (and working 🤪). I’ve lived of leftover pieces of this chocolate chickpea tart, which has kept so well in the fridge. I like mine with yoghurt and a side of berries, but you do you. It’s rich and chocolatey, and definitely not too sweet, so if you’ve got a super sweet tooth, you may want to adjust the sweetener quantities slightly! ✨

So without further delay, deets are as follows:

For the base:
350g your fav granola (*I used @wholey.moly cookie crumbles - see below!)
60g coconut oil
2 tbsp maple syrup/honey (adjust depending on how sweet your granola is)

For the topping:
1 tin of chickpeas, rinsed + drained
60g coconut oil, melted
50g cacao powder
100g maple syrup (or honey if you prefer)
1 tsp vanilla extract
A pinch of salt

Method: start by making the base - blend all the ingredients together in a mixer, then press down firmly into a large tin lightly greased with coconut oil using a spatula. place in the freezer. now make the topping - blend all the ingredients until smooth, then spread over the base. drizzle over your favourite nut butter (I used @pipandnut crunchy PB) and then freeze again to set. keep in the fridge until ready to serve and then slice into squares. *My housemate works part-time for @wholey.moly, and so in the spirit of never wasting food, we collect the leftover cookie crumbles are her sampling sessions and keep them to enjoy as granola. I thought, why not try turning them into the tart base? It worked a treat! Any regular oat-based granola should work though 😊

Don’t forget to tag me if you give it a go! #mylifeisforliving
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    @mylifeisforliving

    Thank you for your patience peeps, this week has literally flown by. Not too sure how it’s already Saturday, but I guess it’s a good thing - so the old saying goes, time flies when you’re having fun (and working 🤪). I’ve lived of leftover pieces of this chocolate chickpea tart, which has kept so well in the fridge. I like mine with yoghurt and a side of berries, but you do you. It’s rich and chocolatey, and definitely not too sweet, so if you’ve got a super sweet tooth, you may want to adjust the sweetener quantities slightly! ✨

    So without further delay, deets are as follows:

    For the base:
    350g your fav granola (*I used @wholey.moly cookie crumbles - see below!)
    60g coconut oil
    2 tbsp maple syrup/honey (adjust depending on how sweet your granola is)

    For the topping:
    1 tin of chickpeas, rinsed + drained
    60g coconut oil, melted
    50g cacao powder
    100g maple syrup (or honey if you prefer)
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    A pinch of salt

    Method: start by making the base - blend all the ingredients together in a mixer, then press down firmly into a large tin lightly greased with coconut oil using a spatula. place in the freezer. now make the topping - blend all the ingredients until smooth, then spread over the base. drizzle over your favourite nut butter (I used @pipandnut crunchy PB) and then freeze again to set. keep in the fridge until ready to serve and then slice into squares. *My housemate works part-time for @wholey.moly, and so in the spirit of never wasting food, we collect the leftover cookie crumbles are her sampling sessions and keep them to enjoy as granola. I thought, why not try turning them into the tart base? It worked a treat! Any regular oat-based granola should work though 😊

    Don’t forget to tag me if you give it a go! #mylifeisforliving

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