Wholistic Living Blog — nutrition

Advanced Glycation End Products (AGE's) What Are They?

Stefanie Juon

Tags AGE's, beauty, holistic, nutrition, skincare

Advanced Glycation End Products (AGE's) What Are They?
AGE's happen when foods are heated aggressively such as oils with a low smoke point, meats, and vegetables. It essentially turns your food into a carcinogen. Anything over 117 degrees will begin to destroy the enzymes within the food rendering it "dead food." As tasty as charred meats are, lessen your consumption to limit carcinogens and free radicals. This also applies to fats, oils, processed meats, and cheese.

The Difference Between a Food Allergy, Sensitivity & Intolerance | IgE & IgG Food Testing

The Difference Between a Food Allergy, Sensitivity & Intolerance | IgE & IgG Food Testing
With a food allergy, your immune system causes an overreaction to proteins, triggering a histamine response and a near immediate reaction time.

 

A rotated diet is KEY to reducing negative responses to foods. It reduces inflammation, toxic load, hidden food sensitivities, and the prevention of developing additional sensitivities. 

 


Why I switched to Himalayan Salt

Stefanie Juon

Tags beauty, himalayan salt, nutrition

Why I switched to Himalayan Salt
Years ago, I made the switch over to Himalayan salt, and I have never gone back. I use it in cooking, baking, and personal care such as mouth gargles and detox baths. And to be quite honest, I can taste the difference compared to other salts.

Gluten Free Spicy Thai Noodles Recipe

Gluten Free Spicy Thai Noodles Recipe
I love experimenting and creating in the kitchen. I invite you to add your own flair, have fun, create, and explore making healthy, exciting and nourishing meals.
Swap out ingredients to fit your needs and lifestyle!
Enjoy these Thai noodles spicy or not so spicy. Either way they are delish!

The pH of Your Skincare Products and Why It Matters

The pH of Your Skincare Products and Why It Matters
Your skin protects itself with a thin layer of lipids (oils), sweat, and dead skin cells known as the acid mantle. This mantle protects your skin from irritants, bacteria, and water loss.