This Georgia summer heat did not come to play! I refuse to let it keep me in the house though. With a 3 year old at home and no dream vacation in sight for the next few months*sigh*, I still have to find things to do outside to keep my sanity. Here are some foods I’ve been eating that are certified healthy thirst quenchers to help me cool down.READ MORE
Ok, so I have gone back and forth about doing a post like this and decided to just go ahead and share my thoughts on this because someone could be dealing with the same thing.
It may seem like a vain and minor thing to be concerned about but, this is something that has bothered me for the past few years and it seems like it has progressively gotten worse in the past year.READ MORE
My journey to living a healthier life does not stop with me. Since having Benjamin, I have been super careful about what I put in or on my son’s body. I always say that he is the one who fuels my love for green juice and all-organic everything, even more.
I always get asked which natural products I use on him and what do I feed him so, here are just a few of things I have used or still use that have great ingredients without all of the crap.
Why all the fuss?
For me, I do not want my son to suffer from conditions and illnesses that, in my opinion, could have been prevented. Everything we eat, drink, and put in or on our bodies has an effect.
And yes, I know you can’t prevent everything but, I’m sure going to try!
“The things we use on a daily basis should not lead to disease.
This list has products that I have personally used for my son. Some of them are not completely natural, depending on your definition but, what I look for in products are:
- no parabens
- no sulfates
- no phthalates
- no formaldehyde
- no mineral oil
- organic ingredients
Arden’s Garden– as a family, we love their cold-pressed juices and smoothies
……and I always buy organic fruits and veggies!
Honest diapers ( they have the cutest prints and I love how absorbent they are! I would like to try the pull-ups next)
Mamas (and Dads), which natural products or foods do you buy regularly for your little ones?