Friday, 26 August 2016

Looking For Sponsors For My Holiday Gift Guide 2016 #holidaygiftguide2016


Looking for companies who want to participate in my Holiday Gift Guide!
Every company that decides to participate, will get a permanent spot under the "Sponsor" section. For the event, I will be listing the participating sponsors on both this page (at the bottom), as well as the "Sponsor" section.

How will this help your business? Your company will gain exposure, and this would be cheap advertisement! Plus, everyone loves the holidays... it's fun!

Enjoying a Cup of Latte With My Organic Matcha From #matchaorganics

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

If you know me well, you would know that I love all things cold: ice cold water, iced coffee, and my favorite, iced tea. I'm addicted to tea and drink it daily, and have a nice collection. Tea has many health benefits, so I'm all for drinking it! I recently came across the company Matcha Organics, which offer two kinds of culinary grade green tea products. You may ask yourself, what is Matcha? Well, it's green tea that's been finely milled into a powder. Most teas come in the form that needs to be steeped and drained prior to drinking, but since matcha is in a powder form, you're able to take full advantage of it's health benefits.

The Japanese is known for their leading luxury teas. The Matcha is packed with plenty of health benefits.  It's considered the world's most powerful green tea, as well as being the best quality. It's made from a natural ingredient that comes from the Camellia sinensis herb, in which it undergoes a natural and complex process that involves both stone grinding and steaming. Once that process is done, the powdered green tea is vacuum-sealed into a pouch, or sealed in a tin... this keeps it from direct light, which helps preserve its natural antioxidant properties.

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

SOY AND PCOS: SAFE OR HARMFUL?

Are you confused about soy and are wondering if it’s safe for women with PCOS to eat? You’re not alone. One of the most confusing topics regarding nutrition and PCOS is soy. Here is what the latest research shows about soy for women with PCOS, infertility, and those with thyroid disorders and what we have to say about it.

What Is Soy?

Soy is a plant food that is also a complete protein, meaning it has all the required amino acids. It is also low in fat, contains essential fatty acids, numerous vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Unprocessed fermentable soy has been used as a diet staple by Asian cultures for thousands of years. Rates of processed soy have increased in the U.S. over the past decade.

Brianna Dancing to "Highway to Hell" #dancingbaby #rockandroll