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Let’s Deep Conditions!

 

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Quick Tip Monday!!!

The Fall season is in full bloom and Winter is just around the corner. Now is the time to make sure your hair regimen is weatherproof.

Lately, I’ve been hearing from quite a few women that they are neglecting to receive all the benefits that come from deep conditioning.

In other words, they don’t bother to deep condition.

by nature, natural hair is prone to dryness due to the fact that the natural oil in our hair takes longer to travel down the locks of our hair because it’s curly.

So in order for us to ensure that we are receiving an adequate amount of moisture, it’s up to us to put that back into our strands.

One of the best ways to do that is by Deep Conditioning.

Hair that is deep conditioned regularly is likely to be more manageable, softer, less prone to breakage and frizz, and is able to retain length.

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Fight Inflammation!

Quick Tip Monday!

When inflammation is processed in the body correctly, we are healed, healthy and whole. But when it begins to dominate the body in ways it shouldn’t the results are devastating. Instead of it healing the body you may notice constant pain and irritation not to mention possible obesity, heart disease, arthritis and cancer.

Looking to reduce inflammation in your body and not sure exactly where to start?

Well here’s a list of ways to get you on the right track:

Eat Protein at Every Meal – foods such as chicken, fish, eggs, and low-fat dairy helps with detoxifying the liver.

Drink Green Tea – Catechins is a substance in green tea that helps detoxifies the body. 3 cups is preferred, but even drinking one cup is good. Stick with the organic kind if possible.

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The Amazing Wonderful Chia Seed

Quick Tip Monday!!!

I wrote an article 2 years ago about the wonders of Chia Seed and I thought revisiting this blog was a must considering that the benefits are numerous.

Remember Chia Pets and that famous little opening Ch-Ch-Ch Chia?

Well the Chia Pet was created from the amazing chia seed. At first glance these little seeds may not look like much, but take a closer look and you’ll see that there’s more to them then meets the eye.

Chia Seeds originated from the Aztec and Mayan Civilization, and means Strength. And boy are they powerful!

In an article written on We Women Health and Fitness the author listed several facts about this seed.

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