Healthy Hair, Naturally

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While trends are constantly changing, healthy hair is always in style. I’ve been growing my hair long and then cutting off anywhere from 10-15 inches at a time to donate since the age of 9. As of October 2017, I made my 6th donation. It’s safe to say that I have quite a bit of experience in growing hair! Below are my tips on growing healthy hair as naturally as possible. Continue reading “Healthy Hair, Naturally”

Healthy Pumpkin Muffins

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Nothing says autumn quiet like the pumpkin. Along with gourds and squashes, pumpkins are in season during the late fall and early winter months. While they are highly nutritious, boasting an impressive vitamin A, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, potassium, fiber, and antioxidant content, most Americans only ever consume pumpkin in highly sugary and fatty concoctions. Continue reading “Healthy Pumpkin Muffins”

10 (Easy to Find) Immune Supportive Foods

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As the dog days of summer fade into the crisp air of autumn, we spend more time indoors close contact with others. Between the limited access to natural sunlight, the recirculation of air via central heating systems, and heavily touched items (like those shared crayons at school or communal coffee pot handle at work), there’s no denying that “cold and flu season” is just around the corner. Continue reading “10 (Easy to Find) Immune Supportive Foods”