Pamela
4:31 PM

Garlic Gold Goodies on Sale!

I LOVE Garlic Gold products! 

Check out this special!


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Purchase this bundle and receive FREE Shipping (on this item only). Includes Original Garlic Gold Nuggets in Oil (3.75 oz.), Plain Garlic Nuggets, the Italian Herb Nuggets, and Sea Salt Nuggets. The Plain Nuggets and the Nuggets in Oil are sodium free and a great replacement for croutons and bacon bits. They add a much needed crunch to any meal.

This introductory offer is an exceptional gift for anyone on any occasion. This bundle is great if you are trying Garlic Gold for the first time. Now that you have all of the necessary ingredients to turn any dish into a gourmet garlic experience, get cooking! Makes a GREAT holiday gift....$29.95 for a limited time.

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Pamela
8:10 AM

Dirty Dozen, Clean Fifteen




I eat organic or locally sourced produce whenever possible.  Although, just because it's local doesn't mean it hasn't been sprayed so ASK!  Call me crazy, but I absolutely taste the difference.  As you migrate to more organic and locally sourced produce, your tastebuds will change with you.  I promise, if you give your tastebuds a chance, they won't fail you!  

This excerpt was taken from Environmental Working Group (EWG) website: 

Highlights of the Dirty Dozen™ for 2017


For the Dirty Dozen list, EWG singled out produce with the highest loads of pesticide residues. This year the list includes, in order, strawberries, spinach, nectarines, apples, peaches, celery, grapes, pears, cherries, tomatoes, sweet bell peppers and potatoes.

Each of these foods tested positive for a number of different pesticide residues and contained higher concentrations of pesticides than other produce. Pears and potatoes were new additions to the Dirty Dozen, displacing cherry tomatoes and cucumbers from last year's list.

Key findings:

More than 98 percent of samples of strawberries, spinach, peaches, nectarines, cherries and apples tested positive for residue of at least one pesticide.
A single sample of strawberries showed 20 different pesticides.
Spinach samples had, on average, twice as much pesticide residue by weight than any other crop.

The Clean Fifteen™


EWG's Clean Fifteen list of produce least likely to contain pesticide residues included sweet corn, avocados, pineapples, cabbage, onions, frozen sweet peas, papayas, asparagus, mangoes, eggplant, honeydew melon, kiwis, cantaloupe, cauliflower and grapefruit. Relatively few pesticides were detected on these foods, and tests found low total concentrations of pesticide residues on them.

Key findings:

Avocados and sweet corn were the cleanest: only 1 percent of samples showed any detectable pesticides.
More than 80 percent of pineapples, papayas, asparagus, onions and cabbage had no pesticide residues.
No single fruit sample from the Clean Fifteen tested positive for more than four types of pesticides.
Multiple pesticide residues are extremely rare on Clean Fifteen vegetables. Only 5 percent of Clean Fifteen vegetable samples had two or more pesticides.

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Pamela
8:34 AM

Coconut Flour Pancackes

3 Eggs

1 tbs. Raw Honey (I use Manuka honey from New Zealand)

1/2 tsp. Vanilla

3  tbs. Coconut Oil or MCT

1/4 c. Coconut Flour

1/2 tsp. Baking Powder (aluminum free)

pinch sea salt

Zest of 1 Orange and/or 1 drop *Wild Orange essential oil

1/3 c. Almond, Coconut or Rice Milk

*Always use Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG) essential oils intended for dietary use

I used this recipe from FoodMatters.com and modified it slightly to suit my own personal dietary needs.
One of the beautiful things about the simplicity is being able to completely change the flavor with a different essential oil.  The combinations can be fun; dōTERRA Cinnamon Bark, dōTERRA Lemon, go out on a limb and try dōTERRA Lavender mixed with the lemon!  

The pancakes are quite light and fluffy. Perfect weekend brunch food.  Click here to see more recipes of the food I love to enjoy!

Bon Apetit!

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Pamela
8:26 AM

Sunday Recipe Inspiration


Integrative Nutrition
1:59 PM

5 Foods That Are Surprisingly High In Fiber

When it comes to fiber, there are more ways to eat them than just chomping on some prunes. (Which also totally might not be your thing to begin with.) Read More

Pamela
5:05 PM

November Enrollment Promotion

This year's November promotion is a first! 
dōTERRA is offering an additional 20% discount on 6 (six) of their most popular enrollment kits...Savings from $108 to $1700!

Ask me about Product Credits and Loyalty & Shipping Rewards...

Available to prospective wholesale customers and Wellness Advocates....

Just in time for holiday gift giving!

Contact me at 480.606.2306 for more details!

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Pamela
10:32 AM

The Plant Paradox

I recently had an opportunity to listen to this audiobook.  WOW!  All I can say is, do yourself a favor and get a copy RIGHT NOW TODAY!  Awesome education and food for thought.  Dr. Gundry has long been a favorite of mine and this book just elevated him and his scientifically backed philosophy to the top of my list!  

I have definitely incorporated his learnings into my own personal journey and look forward to spreading the word.

Get a copy today and CHANGE YOUR LIFE!


Pamela
5:35 AM

Fall Essential Oil Promotion



Earn a FREE 15mL of dōTERRA Balance®, dōTERRA Serenity®, and Citrus Bliss® by placing any single 200 PV order from October 1 through October 31, 2017.

Limit of four per account, per household.

All orders must be placed and processed by October 31, by 11:59 PM MT to receive the free product.
Orders placed outside the qualifying time period (October 1 – October 31, 2017) will not receive the free product.

Retail and Wholesale Customers can qualify for the promotion by ensuring their order is at least 200 PV.
Orders below the 200 PV requirement will not receive the free product.
PV is not equal to the cost of an order. Before completing an order, the individual ordering must verify that the order is at least 200 PV.

A single 200 PV order can only qualify for one promotional offer. If an individual would like to earn the offer up to four times, they must place four separate 200 PV orders.

Any orders or items returned that result in the order going below the 200 PV requirement will have to return the free product or the product will be charged on the members account.

CALL ME TODAY TO ORDER or click here!

Terms:
This offer is valid October 1–31, 2017. If you feel you have qualified for the promotion and did not receive the products, please call into member services at (800) 411-8151, or send a short email to our Promotions Team at promotions@doterra.com no later than November 15, 2017. Exceptions will not be made after this date.

Pamela
5:17 AM

Hamburger Buns and Essential Oil?

What do hamburger buns and essential oil have in common?  Why am I comparing them?

Well,  both of them can be eaten (or used) every day.   Hamburger buns are eaten every day with no thought to the consequences.  Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG) essential oils can be used every day so I thought it would make an interesting comparison.

For example, I Googled a McDonald's hamburger bun:  Ingredients: Enriched flour (bleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), water, high fructose corn syrup and/or sugar, yeast, soybean oil and/or canola oil, contains 2% or less of the following: salt, wheat gluten, calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium chloride, dough conditioners (may contain one or more of the following: sodium stearoyl lactylate, datem, ascorbic acid, azodicarbonamide, mono- and diglycerides, ethoxylated monoglycerides, monocalcium phosphate, enzymes, guar gum, calcium peroxide), sorbic acid, calcium propionate and/or sodium propionate (preservatives), soy lecithin.

Lets dive a little deeper into some of the ingredients above:

Ammonium chloride… sounds tasty right? Did you know it is also an ingredient in fireworks, safety matches and contact explosives? Bon apetit!

Ammonium sulfate is used most commonly as an artificial fertilizer for alkaline soils. It’s also in flame retardant materials. Ammonium sulfate activates yeast, so it helps to get industrially produced bread to rise.  Love that fluff!

The soybean and/or canola oil used here are most likely GMO. Unless it says its not GMO, it usually is modified.  I generally avoid GMO's for a number of reasons.  I'll save my thoughts for another day...

High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) (as defined by Wikipedia) is a sweetener made from corn starch that has been processed by glucose isomerase to convert some of its glucose into fructose.  It's not natural.  Just say NO!

“Enriched” flour sounds harmless enough. But “enriched” just means that all the nutrition was taken out in the first place. Refined flours are also hard for your body to digest, even before the mess of chemicals are added to it.

A hamburger bun is bread.  Bread can also be made of flour, water and salt.  Just sayin'. 

How many McDonald's hamburger buns have you eaten?

I Googled, Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oil:  dōTERRA's, CPTG essential oils are 100% pure natural aromatic compounds carefully extracted from plants. They do not contain fillers or artificial ingredients that would dilute their active qualities and are free of contaminants such as pesticides or other chemical residues.

I use and recommend essential oils for aromatic, topical and dietary use.  They can be used every day and the positive healthful effects are boundless.

What essential oil are you going to use today?


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Pamela
8:53 AM

Sugar Challenge!




Identify sugar's many disguises by checking 2 ingredient lists for words that end in "-ose."

Start by picking out two pre-packaged foods in your own refrigerator or pantry. Find the ingredients list and look for anything ending in "-ose" like glucose, saccharose, sucrose, dextrose, maltose, fructose (also called high fructose corn syrup), and xylose.

Why it matters

Sugar has taken on many disguises nowadays. Learning to identify the different names for sugar can help you when browsing the grocery aisles or reaching for a mid-afternoon snack. We often underestimate how prevalent sugar is in the foods we eat, but high amounts of sugar can be found in canned fruit, breakfast cereals, condiments, spaghetti sauce, salad dressing, and bread. Foods high in sugar can contribute to obesity and type 2 diabetes.

What to do about it

Once you have identified all the products in your home that fall into the 'ose' category...List them here and everyone can participate in finding a healthier option!  It's all about choices...My choice was to throw them ALL away and start fresh...How about you?

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