Author Archives: Melissa Chichester
Bacteria is the cause of periodontal disease in people and pets, and according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, a whopping 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease after they reach 2 years of age.
Meet the essential oil that gets better with age: sweet, serene patchouli oil.
This Raspberry Pecan Crumble can be served warm or cold for breakfast, plus it makes for a delicious dessert. As an added bonus, this recipe contains no refined sugar or flour.
Every winter, I struggle with the same old skin issue that is completely a result of living in a northern climate: dryness. Once the mercury dips below 30 degrees, my face feels it, and that’s when I amp up the drastic hydration measures!
Feeling sluggish? This sweet, refreshing tonic contains stomach soothing papaya and aloe vera juice.
Pesto sauce made with fresh basil is typically eaten on pasta noodles, or zoodles (zucchini noodles). It can also be used as a dip for bread and vegetables.
This oil needs little introduction, as few scents are as distinctly tantalizing and powerful as peppermint.
In this recipe, we paired up herb turmeric (which supports antioxidant health*), with tart cherry juice to create a nutritious drink that can be enjoyed any hour of the day.
This handpicked gift guide for men has something for everyone, whether the guy in your life enjoys screaming at a sports match or experimenting in the kitchen.
Skipping breakfast can also lower the ability to concentrate, and lead to low blood sugar, which causes weakness and dizziness. Not only that, skipping breakfast can simply flat out make someone cranky. Give these overnight oats a whirl, and make your mornings easier!