Moms ask me all the time “how do you get your kids to eat so healthy?” The answer is more simple than you think or maybe even care to know. Why? Because the reason why you cant get your children to eat healthy is because you are providing them with unhealthy food options. Yep! Moms (and Dads) are the reason that their kids are eating unhealthy.
Vitamin E is one of the most powerful antioxidants, so a good quality vitamin E cream applied to the affected areas can be an excellent Eczema natural treatment. The cream will help reduce the itch and the inflammation by removing and neutralising any oxidants wherever you apply it.
Also, aspirin is dervied from willow bark, from whence also comes salicylic acid. Salicyclic acid is used in many acne products, and is praised for its natural and gentle cleansing effect. Paired with honey, it can be a powerful method of treatment.
Sometimes your entire face has the remains of makeup. In this case, add witch-hazel in limejuice and then leave the area to dry. Be careful to properly dry away the area.
It goes great with cinnamon. I could write a whole other list about the benefits of honey mixed with cinnamon. This mixture is good for things like arthritis, hair loss, toothaches, upset stomachs and more.
As with most food, raw is better than processed. Most honey found in grocery stories is “commercial” which means it has been heated and filtered so it looks clean and smooth. Unfortunately, when honey is heated it loses much of its nutritional value, so try to stock up on raw honey, although even commercial honey is good for you. You’ll know it’s raw from the tiny pieces of pollen and honeycomb, or by simply checking the label. Although it will crystallize into a thick, butter-like consistency after a few months, all you have to do is warm it up with a little water to rehydrate it. Better yet, buy some Tupelo honey – it never crystallizes.
Did you know for instance that current statistics reveal that 75% of Americans are overweight and 40% are obese. That is just in the US, and I am prepared to hazard an educated guess that the rest of the developed world is not far behind.
In a food processor, first blend the walnuts until they are finely chopped. Next add the dates and the cacao powder and blend until they are well mixed. The mixture will be very sticky and dense. Lay it out on a brownie pan and cut into squares. You can eat it like this or put it in the fridge for an hour to harden. Enjoy!