I get by with a little help from my friends….Posted: January 4, 2014 Filed under: blog referrals, Health | Tags: "Within", A, Dr. Habib Sadeghi, Food for Awakening, goop, Holistic Eating, May Lindstrom, The Chalkboard Mag, warm smoothie, Winter Detox 3 Comments
Like so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so many others my family and I are getting geared up for a winter detox. For my husband and I the main aim is nutrition, giving our bodies a break from all the wonderful indulging we’ve done all season long. Our kids need a bit of a reset as well, like the reminder that sugary sweets do not typically come with every meal, i.e. hot chocolate for breakfast! Shows over kids, time to pack up the sugar for awhile.
Before we begin I like to do research and gather a little pile of inspiration and support during our detox journey. Finding folks that live in a perpetual state of what I consider “detox” makes it all seem so reasonable and therefore less of a sacrifice. One source that’s got me in detox training mode is The Chalkboard Mag.
Their “Green Goddess Guide” series (like May Lindstrom above) is exactly the kind of support and inspiration I’ll need next week and is also the reason that as I sit here and type my hair is slathered in coconut oil. For my next trick, raw honey all over my face, oh yeah all the green goddesses are doing it! Really the whole site has been like sitting down with a cup of tea and a treasured friend that knows about EVERYTHING and is also really damn cool.
Another one that never disappoints is good old Goop. The latest post includes a few warm smoothie recipes which sound downright inviting as I look at next week’s chilly temperatures. Also in the post is an interview with Dr. Habib Sadeghi about his upcoming book and a nice take on self-love, (hint: it’s got nothing to do with bubble baths).
Lastly, when double checking if cauliflower is a nightshade (it’s not by the way) I came across this blog. This woman’s profile picture alone intrigued me, she looks like a human lightbulb, gorgeous and just radiating health and happiness. Although the blog looks like it’s been left dormant the information it contains is alive with greatness, lots on Ayurveda and simple, healthy recipes.
I’ll try whipping these bars up for the kids as an alternative to the cinnamon muffins that have been in constant rotation since Thanksgiving.
There you have it, a small snippet of my support posse for our upcoming detox adventure! Good luck to me and to you on any and all adventures for 2014.