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Clarisonic Reviews - Acne

For a quick review of what you really want to know:
Does it work? Yes
Does it irritate? No.
Is it better than other brushes and worth the extra money? Yes.
I love my Clarisonic!

...now on to a more detailed review.

Clarisonic Exfoliation and Acne

I've always been a fan of exfoliation - scrubs, peels, etc. I love the clean feeling and smooth surface of my skin after a good scrub (even if it's just from my towel when I'm drying off). For most of my life, I have struggled with acne - which means that sometimes my skin thanks me for a good scrub and sometimes it screams at me as it gets inflamed. It's not easy to balance good exfoliation with low irritation, but Clarisonic does it perfectly!

I'll admit, when you're used to a more aggressive scrub, the first couple of uses of the Clarisonic can feel like it's not quite doing the job. Give it a few times, however, and you'll be feeling like someone just did a buff 'n shine on your face.

After using the Clarisonic Cleansing System for a while, here are some things I noticed:

  • Smoother skin
  • Smaller pores
  • Less redness and irritation
  • Skin tightening
  • Healthier glow
  • Less breakouts of acne

Clarisonic vs. Olay Pro-X Cleansing Brush

Before I invested in my Clarisonic, I wanted to be sure that I would actually use the brush every day and not quickly give up the ritual to skip back to my previous exfoliation methods. So, I started with a much cheaper, simple electronic Olay Pro-X Cleansing Brush. I stayed dedicated to using it, and it worked fine, but I wasn't getting the same results that everyone who used a Clarisonic swore to. Deciding that I would stay consistent, and very interested in achieving the results others talked about, I invested in the Clarisonic.

First, I must tell you that they are truly two different products. Though the Olay Pro-X Cleansing Brush works well for basic exfoliation, the Clarisonic Cleansing System uses ultrasonic cleansing (like the Sonicare toothbrush used for deep cleaning your teeth), which utilizes sound vibration to gently and deeply clean pores. Sonication (the mechanism used in ultrasonic cleansing) is used for delicate processes like cleaning jewelry and extracting microfossils from rock (which obviously requires thorough yet gentle care). As this method is obviously prized for it's ability to deeply clean while remaining gentle, it makes perfect sense to apply its uses to skin care. So, where the ultrasonic cleansing of the Clarisonic gently oscillates at 300 times per second, the Olay Pro-X simply spins the brush in a circle (which wears out the brush quickly and can cause irritation).

Clarisonic Video: How It Works

Here's a video with a lot of great information about how it works, how to use it, and some medical opinions about it. The video is a bit older and doesn't show the more convenient and updated Clarisonic models available, but the overall information is the same, and it's the most thorough video that I've found.

  • Men interested in how it helps prevent razor burn and ingrown hairs, check the video out at 2:29.
  • To understand the specifics of ultrasonic cleansing, check the video out at 2:52.

Clarisonic for Skin Tightening

Ultrasonic devices are also used for skin tightening (we'll explore this in another post). Though I'm sure its not as drastic as what I would see from a unit specifically designed for skin tightening, I have personally seen my skin getting tighter just from using my Clarisonic.

Where Can I Buy a Clarisonic?

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Healthy Essentials: Green Vibrance

Green Vibrance by Vibrant Health - 60 serving containerWe all know that greens are good for us - to eat, juice, take intravenously - ok, that last one is taking it a bit far, but you get the idea. Greens are good for you. You need them, so get them.

One of the powerhouse ways that I like to get my greens (& soooo many other healthy essentials, like enzymes, probiotics, liver support, etc.) is with Green Vibrance from Vibrant Health.

Get Your DAILY Greens

Some people juice their greens or take a green powder because they have a true aversion to eating their green vegetables. That's not me. Broccoli is my favorite vegetable - I don't only crave it, I get excited about eating it just like I get excited about eating brownies. I know this is only one of the many ways that I am not normal, but I'm comfortable with that. At least this is one of those areas where my "lack of normal" is exceptionally helpful to me and my health. Still, with my love of broccoli, kale, spinach, collards, and so many other wonderfully green foods - I know that it's hard to get a truly amazing dose of the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that these greens pack in every single day. That's one of the reasons that Green Vibrance is on my Healthy Essentials list.

What Are The Best Greens To Get And Why?

Gross Food Face - woman with red hair, green shirt.I've tried many greens throughout the years. I've had barely-there greens, swampy-slime greens, "are-you-sure-this-is-green??" greens...you get the idea. I've found greens that were disgusting, but since they were packed with good nutrients, I suffered through them. ("Bitter-beer face" has nothing on my "Oh my word, what was that!?!" greens face.) I've had greens that tasted good, but found that I was paying too much for them. Why? Simple - the lighter taste came with lighter nutrients (fillers made them more palatable and took the space of the nutrients I was trying to get).

I have found a few greens that fit the requirements of being nutrient dense while still having decent flavor. My favorite of all of these greens is Green Vibrance, and here's some of the reasons why:

(Click one of the links above to take you directly to that reason why I choose Green Vibrance.)

Cost of Greens (Relatively)

A Little Over $1 A Day

Before we go into detail of each of the above reasons I take Green Vibrance over any other green, let's deal with the expense. I get a 60 serving container of Green Vibrance from iHerb for around $68 (depends on discount). First, for those looking to try it and are new to iHerb, you can get a $10 discount off of your first order of $40 or more by following this iHerb link or putting in the code tas065 when you order. Next, let's look at why $68 is actually a great deal.

That's a little over $1 a day. A head of lettuce costs about $1 a day and has a great deal less nutrients, but there's more...keep reading.

Saving On Products It Replaces

It replaces other products for me: Food-Based Multi-Vitamin, Probiotics, Prebiotics and More (see More Than Just Greens below for more details). That's a huge reduction in overall cost. Getting more products from one source saves money. If you're looking into greens, then you care about your health. A good food-based multi-vitamin and probiotics are central to your health. Green Vibrance covers those needs as well as many other supplements you may or may not already be taking, but could certainly benefit from.

Coffee vs. Greens - Choices: It's that simple

Where Else Are You Spending It?

Cup of coffee - It's an example that we've all heard or seen applied many times to other things. I hate to be cliché, but it's still true, so it bears pointing out. If you're willing to pay $1 for a cup of coffee (or a snack), shouldn't you be willing to pay around $1 for your health? It really is that simple.

You Genuinely Don't Have The Money

I've had friends that genuinely didn't have the money to pay $1 a day (especially per person when looking to the health of their family). I understood then and I understand now, if that's your situation. I'll tell you what I told her: Buy it and take 1/2 a dose. 1/2 of the serving is still going to do a great deal more for your health than any other product. 1/2 of a nutrient-dense, multi-health formula is still going to do wonders for you and your family. Just because you can't do everything, doesn't mean you can't do anything - remember that!

Just because you can't do everything, doesn't mean you can't do anything -
Remember that!Natasha Renée Hayes

Green Vibrance: Mix of Greens (get a mix of greens in one place)

One of the reasons that I like taking Green Vibrance vs. juicing my greens or taking a simple powdered spirulina is the mix of greens. We all know that different foods have different amounts and spectrums of nutrients. We understand that though a carrot and a clementine are both orange, they're not made up of the same stuff. Sure, they might have some of the same nutrients, but not all of them. This is no difference when looking at sources of greens. That's why I like to mix it up.

Mix your greens with Green Vibrance: spirulina, wheat grass, oat grass, barley grass, kelp, spinach and more.

Green Vibrance takes a collection of greens from different sources (land and sea) and puts them together into one product:

  • Certified organic Barley grass juice powder
  • Certified organic Oat grass juice powder
  • Certified organic Kamut grass juice powder
  • Certified organic Wheat grass juice powder
  • Certified organic Spirulina powder
  • Chlorella (pharmaceutical grade)
  • Certified organic Parsley
  • Certified organic Spinach
  • Certified organic Alfalfa sprout powder
  • Certified organic Broccoli sprout powder
  • Freeze dried Green Bean powder
  • Freeze dried Zucchini powder
  • Certified organic Kelp (sea vegetable)
  • Certified organic Rockweed (sea vegetable)
  • Certified organic Alaria (sea vegetable)

Green Vibrance: More Than Just Greens

I'm always interested in getting more of my needs met in one place - especially when it comes to purchasing products. (I like clothes that can be dressed up or down, a purse that doubles as a briefcase, a cake plate that becomes a punch bowl - Multi-purpose, baby - that's what I like!) Multi-purpose makes things easier to buy, store and travel with, and it usually saves money. All of those apply with Green Vibrance.

Greens Plus Probiotics, Vitamins, Enzymes, Liver Support, Antioxidants and More: Green Vibrance Review at Younger-Body.comGreen Vibrance has more than just greens. It also has:

(Click one of the links above to take you directly to that added nutrient in Green Vibrance.)

Greens Plus Multi-Vitamin Replacement

The first time-saver, money saver and storage saver that Green Vibrance gives me is the multi-vitamin. First, please know that all multi-vitamins are not created equal - it all depends on the source of the vitamins. That's why I always get my vitamins sourced from natural foods.

If you're looking for a multi-vitamin, I can strongly suggest Garden of Life's Raw One Multi-Vitamin for Women, or Garden of Life's Raw One Multi-Vitamin for Men. These are the multi-vitamins we used to take (and still do, depending on our current nutrition, travel and lifestyle needs). When we're at home, or traveling to stay somewhere for an extended period of time, we use the Green Vibrance instead. It gives us all of the vitamins we were getting in the Raw One Multi, with the exception of some B-Vitamins. To make up for this lack, we find it easiest to simply supplement with a good B-Complex. You can get one here.

Feel free to follow this link and compare the breakdown of vitamins for yourself. The breakdown of vitamins in Green Vibrance is below:

  • Vitamin A from beta carotene (4,764 IU)
  • Vitamin C (45.5 mg)
  • Vitamin D3 from Lichen (2,000 IU)
  • Vitamin E water dispersible d-alpha-tocopherol acetate (100 IU)
  • Vitamin K (124 mcg)
  • Vitamin B12 (2.66 mcg)
  • Calcium (106 mg)
  • Iron (3.74 mg)
  • Magnesium (27 mg)
  • Selenium from Orgen-SE mustard seed ext. cert, organic (50 mcg)
  • Chromium from Indian mustard, hydroponically grown (80 mcg)
  • Sodium (46.7 mg)
  • Potassium (203 mg)

Greens Plus Probiotics

  • Lactobacillus acidophilus HA-122 (2.5 billion)
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus HA-111 (2.5 billion)
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus B, HA-114 (2.5 billion)
  • Lactobacillus paracasei HA-108 (2.5 billion)
  • Lactobacillus plantarum HA-119 (2.5 billion)
  • Bifidobacterium breve, HA-129 (2.5 billion)
  • Bifidobacterium longum, HA-135 (2.5 billion)
  • Lactococcus lactis HA-136 (2.5 billion)
  • Propionibacterium shermanii HA-182 (1.25 billion)
  • Bifidobacterium bifidum HA-132 (1.25 billion)
  • Streptococcus thermophilus HA-110 (0.75 billion)
  • Lactococcus helveticus HA-128 (0.5 billion)

Greens Plus Prebiotics and Fiber

  • Larch arabinogalactans FiberAid (600 mg)
  • Fructo-oligosaccharides (600 mg)
  • Stabilized brown rice bran (500 mg)
  • Whole apple powder certified organic (400 mg)
  • Milled Flaxseed concentrate non-GMO, de-oiled certified organic (200 mg)
  • Apricot fruit powder (90 mg)

Greens Plus Enzymes

  • Protease 4.5, Aspergillus oryzae (500 HUT)
  • Protease 6.0, Aspergillus oryzae (400 HUT)
  • Lipase Aspergillus niger (300 FIP)
  • Amylase Aspergillus oryzae (400 DU)
  • Invertase Saccharomyces cerevisiae (75 SU)
  • Cellulase Trichoderma longibrachiatum (500 CU)

Greens Plus Liver Support

  • Alma fruit powder (100 mg)
  • Silymarin milk thistle seed extract, Silibum marianum 80% silybin (60 mg)
  • Carrot root extract 4:1 (50 mg)
  • Chicory root extract 4:1 (50 mg)
  • Dandelion root extract 4:1 (50 mg)
  • Chicory root powder certified organic (25 mg)
  • Gentian root extract 4:1 (15 mg)

Greens Plus Antioxidants

  • Amla fruit powder (100 mg.)
  • Whole freeze dried strawberry (250 mg)
  • Goji berry juice powder (150 mg.)
  • Vitamin E (143 mg./100 i.u.)
  • Silymarin standardized extract (60 mg.)
  • Ginkgo biloba standardized extract (20 mg.)
  • Green tea catechins standardized extract (20 mg.)
  • Grape seed standardized OPC extract (20 mg.)
  • Grape skin extract (20 mg.)
  • Pomegranate extract, 40% ellagic acid (20 mg.)
  • Schizandra berry extract, 2% schizandrin (100 mg)
  • Acerola berry juice powder (200 mg.)
  • Tomato concentrate, 2% lycopene (100 mg.)
  • Pluss all the carotenoids from cereal grass juice powders, algae, and Apricot
  • Plus uncounted milligrams of polyphenols from green food components and tocotrienols from stabilized rice bran.

Greens Plus Lecithin

Lecithin is good for many things, including a cell membrane and nerve support.

  • Sunflower lecithin powder (non-GMO) 98% oil-free 700 mg

Greens Plus Immune Boosters

  • Elutherecoccus senticossus standardized extract
  • Suma extract
  • Astragalus membranaceus standardized extract
  • Schizandra berry extract, 2% schizandrin
  • Vitamin E
  • FiberAid arabinogalactan
  • ResistAid arabinogalactan
  • Beta-1,3-1,6 glucans

Greens Plus Bone Health Support

  • CALZBONE Cissus quadrangularis extract
  • Phyto-Boron
  • Vitamin D3 in alfalfa base
  • Plant calcium

Greens Plus Circulation Support

  • Sunflower Lecithin powder
  • Vitamin E
  • Silymarin standardized extract
  • Ginkgo biloba standardized extract
  • Green tea catechins standardized extract
  • Grape seed standardized OPC extract
  • Pomegranate extract (40% ellagic acid)

Taste of Greens

If it's disgusting, you're not going to keep drinking it. Taste is important. Green Vibrance is that it doesn't have any off-putting tastes. There's nothing that stands out and it doesn't taste like swamp water (though it does look like it).

Sweet or Salty?

Taste is about more than palatability - it also has to do with flavor. I've had greens that tasted fine because they added stevia, so they were a little sweet. This is great, if you like sweet. If you don't? Good luck.

One of my reader's pointed out that she gets really tired of sweet things and would love to have her greens salty. That's one of the things that I like about Green Vibrance (other than the no disgusting flavors) - they don't add any sweeteners. That gives me control of flavors. If I want it sweet, I add a scoop of Stevia or mix it with a chilled juice or herbal tea. (Yes - it tastes better cold.) If I want it salty, I add salt, maybe even garlic or mix it with a Raw Gazpacho Juice Recipe, or chilled broth. The point is, you control the flavor. Sweet or Salty? Your choice.

Greens: Easy Mixing

Vitamin Shoppe Shaker Bottle

If you've ever had the experience of chewing the chunks in your greens or getting a burst of powder that didn't get blended, you appreciate the importance of a green that mixes well.

I find it easiest to have my greens "shaken, not stirred".  To accomplish that, I use this simple little shaker cup I picked up from Vitamin Shoppe. If you have trouble finding one (I can't find them online), here are a few more options you could pick from. Just click on the image, and it'll take you to it on Amazon.

I particularly like BlenderBottle GoStak Twist n' Lock Storage Jars. You can take your greens and a few servings of protein all to be used in the same bottle! (I told you I like multi-purpose.) For the moms and dads out there, you could even use a sippy cup. Just make sure to take out the filter first, put a finger over the sipping area and wash when done. I certainly don't want to get any of you into trouble with this suggestion. Hey, it's all about using what you have (again with the multi-purpose!).

What About You?

Do you take greens? What do you use? What do you like and dislike about it? Give us tips. Tell us your success stories and your horror stories. We can help each other out...or at least have a good laugh together. Come on...tell me all about it. ;)

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Bodyweight Fitness Bundle - 37 Programs for $37

I Felt Selfish Not Passing This On

As I was getting this deal for myself (how can I not?!?), I was forwarding the link to a few close friends and family members and I realized that I was still being a little selfish. Here I have a group of people who are interested in health, fitness and weight loss, and I've got a ridiculously great deal that some of them might want to take advantage of. 

This Bodyweight Fitness Bundle includes 37 different Full programs: books, videos, diets & more! From isometrics & rehab programs to bodybuilding & marine drills to parkour, cardio, yoga & more!

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Low Carb / Low Calorie Dessert Recipes

I set out to make a low carb dessert for Valentine's Day, and ended up making three. That's what happens when you attempt to save a botched recipe and discover that a few changes can make an entirely different (and surprisingly good) dessert.

My original plan was to make a low carb Pavlova. It's a meringue based "cake" either topped or layered with fruit - depending on how much work you want to put into it.

What started as Pavlova ended as...

  1. Flourless Angel Food Cake
  2. Chocolate Brownie Cake
  3. Chocolate Pavlova

All are low carb desserts.

Modifying Desserts to Become Low Carb

First, I figured that it would be easiest to modify a recipe that was already flourless and egg based, as there would be a great deal less to tweak, and I would thereby have a greater chance of success.

Having eliminated the flour issue, I now needed to cut the sugar. This is where Now Better Stevia comes in. (You can see a full post on the benefits and uses of stevia in my post "Featured Foods: Stevia") To help make things low carb, while still keeping the taste I love, I like to cut sugars in 1/2 and add stevia. There are a few recipes where I can use Stevia by itself, but most recipes taste best with a mixture.

Most of us looking for low carb are also looking for higher protein, so egg whites are a win.

Low Carb Pavlova or Flourless Angel Food Cake Recipe?

Flourless Angel Food Cake RecipePavlova is a traditional Australian and New Zealand dessert. I know, it sounds Russian, and there's a reason for that. Pavlova was named after Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova.

Pavlova is similar to meringue in that it is formed from stiffly beaten egg whites, sugar, an acid (vinegar, lemon, cream of tartar), cornstarch and often vanilla. One main difference is that instead of being cooked until crisp, the Pavlova is crispy on the outside with a marshmallow-like center.

I had decided I wanted to make a regular Pavlova and a Chocolate Pavlova. My first batch was good. It was billowy white and I shaped it into a heart.

I made a few mistakes that ended up with an entirely different, but delicious dessert. Instead of a crisp outer shell with a marshmallow-like center, I ended up with something a great deal more like angel food cake. Since I happen to love angel food cake, and think it's a good choice for Valentine's day, I was quite pleased. Still, I wanted to know what I had done wrong to end up with such different results. I wondered if the lower sugar was the culprit, but on closer consideration, I discovered a few things I did "wrong".

  • I misread the measurement of cornstarch. Instead of 1/2 Tablespoon, I put in 1/2 Teaspoon. This was better for low-carb, but might likely contributed to the change in consistency.
  • I left it too long before putting it in the oven. Since I was preparing more than one, I wanted to put them both in the oven together. Well...the 2nd Pavlova was a botched recipe that got modified, so my first one sat on the counter for too long. It had just started to get little droplets and moisture is the enemy of Pavlova.
  • I kept opening the oven to take pictures and show people. The Pavlova is cooked at a low temperature in order to basically dehydrate it. By continually opening the over, I introduced moisture and kept changing the temperature.
  • I left it in longer. Because I ended up with two Pavlovas put in at different times, I kept the first one in the oven longer than the recipe said to. (For those wondering why I didn't just take it out, your supposed to leave it in the oven for several hours afterward - it keeps drying.

All of these "mistakes" showed me that I can make a flourless angle food cake, so I'm still pleased. I intend to try making Pavlova again. Who knows? Maybe I'll get it right, and maybe I'll discover another wonderful recipe to add to the list! 

Low Carb Chocolate Brownie Cake Recipe

My next "botched" recipe ended up as one of our top two desserts of the night - Chocolate Brownie Cake.

Low Carb Chocolate Brownie Cake

In my attempt to make a Chocolate Pavlova, I had a brain-lapse and began adding in the cocoa with the sugar (at the soft-peak stage). Yeah, this doesn't work. Basically, by adding the cocoa at this stage, the egg whites would not whip up past the soft peak stage, and they even got a little less fluffy. It was at this point that I remembered that I'm supposed to fold in the cocoa after the egg whites are whipped to their hard-peak stage.

Of course I'm not going to throw it out. I've got to try something new. It may or may not work, but if I'm going to lose the whole batch, I'm at least going to learn something new that doesn't work. As I look at my mixture that definitely doesn't count as having structure, I remember that I have some almond flour. 1/3 cup of almond flour gets added to the mixture, and it's placed in a heart-shaped cake pan and put in the oven with the first Pavlova.

The taste and texture are somewhere between brownies and a flourless chocolate cake. It was delicious and very satisfying. Definitely one I'm making again!

Low Carb Chocolate Pavlova Recipe

Low Carb Chocolate Pavlova RecipeI do believe that this is the only one that turned out "correctly". It had all of the right ingredients, the cocoa was folded in, it went straight into the oven, and it didn't cook for too long. And though it was still quite yummy, it wasn't the favorite dessert of the evening. See - sometimes the "failures" are our greatest successes!

We all agreed that this one would be more fun made as "single-serve" sizes, instead of a plate-sized one that gets cut into pieces. The crispy edges are fun and it's nice to have just a little more of them. Also, depending on the topping, I might dial up the sweetness just a bit - or maybe the chocolate. If I drizzled some melted chocolate over the top, that'd probably do it.

Fails Become Successes

So, as you can see, my "fails" became successes and I discovered new and wonderful recipes that I can add to my repertoire. Not all of them were my favorites - and some I might still play with to make even better - but overall, they were all quite satisfying low carb dessert recipes for Valentine's day. They taste good and look good. Also, since they're low carb and low calorie, I can have more than one!

Don't be afraid to play with food. Who knows what you might discover?

What About You

Do you have a favorite low carb dessert recipe? What about fun discoveries or crazy mishaps with food? Do you have a favorite recipe that you're looking to make lower carb? Share them with us and let's see what fun, laughs and new discoveries we can come up with together!

YB Recipes

Low Carb Chocolate Brownie Cake: This is a deliciously moist and dense chocolate cake which is also low carb and low calorie. With only 100 Calories per serving, you can rest easy on your diet, or have a second piece. Either way, it's so satisfying to your chocolate cravings!

This is a deliciously moist and dense chocolate cake which is also low carb and low calorie. With only 100 Calories per serving, you can rest easy on your diet, or have a second piece. Either way, it's so satisfying to your chocolate cravings!

Seafood pasta for under 150 calories! A serving size is 3.5 cups, so you won't be feeling hungry. Learn how to use the right ingredients for a delicious, nutritious and guilt-free meal.

Flourless Angel food cake: Angel food cake without the flour - only 69 Calories Per Serving, and they're not small servings - So, top with strawberries or eat alone - it's delicious!

Angel food cake without the flour - only 69 Calories Per Serving, and they're not small servings - So, top with strawberries or eat alone - it's delicious!

Low Carb Chocolate Pavlova Cake Recipe: A 75 calorie chocolate dessert? Yes! Chocolate Pavlova is a chocolate dessert that has a crispy outside with a marshmallow-like center. Top it, eat it alone or even make a cookie out of it.

A 75 calorie chocolate dessert? Yes! Chocolate Pavlova is a chocolate dessert that has a crispy outside with a marshmallow-like center. Top it, eat it alone or even make a cookie out of it.

You can have a full plate of noodle stir-fry for under 200 calories! Using the right ingredients, we'll show you how have a noodle stir-fry with only 11 grams of net carbs, 28 grams of protein, & over 5 different vegetables. This is a delicious, nutritious and guilt-free meal.

Low carb chicken noodle soup - all the hearty goodness, but leave the carbs behind. Only 6 net carbs, 27 proteins and 161 calories.<p><p>Low carb chicken noodle soup - all the hearty goodness, but leave the carbs behind. Only 6 net carbs, 27 proteins and 161 calories.

Low carb chicken noodle soup - all the hearty goodness, but leave the carbs behind. Only 6 net carbs, 27 proteins and 161 calories.

Low carb chicken noodle soup - all the hearty goodness, but leave the carbs behind. Only 6 net carbs, 27 proteins and 161 calories.

Low-Carb Vegetable Beef Soup: Enjoy the rich, savory flavors of beef & vegetables. The browned onions give this dish a smokey flavor and I love keeping the green beans with a little snap to them. This vegetable beef soup is under 200 calories!

Enjoy the rich, savory flavors of beef and vegetables. The browned onions give this dish a smokey flavor and I love keeping the green beans with a little snap to them.

Whatever way you like it, this vegetable beef soup is under 200 calories! Check it out to see what other good things it has in store.

Mama's Low-Carb Chicken Soup: Mama's chicken soup - only better. This recipe low-carb, quick, easy and full of nutrients. And it's under 200 calories!

Mama's chicken soup - only better. This recipe is actually from my mother-in-law. Papa has had to go low-carb and she has come up with her own tricks to keep him satisfied. This is quick, easy and full of nutrients. And it's under 200 calories!

Spicy Cabbage Stew Recipe: Warm, spicy low carb cabbage stew.  With less than 200 calories, only 8 net carbs, and over 25 proteins per serving, this is a wonderful low carb recipe to enjoy.

Warm, spicy low carb cabbage stew. With less than 200 calories, only 8 net carbs, and over 25 proteins per serving, this is a wonderful low carb recipe to enjoy.

Gazpacho is a savory, tomato-based soup that is served cold. This recipe takes those flavors and turns them into a juice that is raw and nutritious. One more wonderful way to drink your vitamins.

Gazpacho is a savory, tomato-based soup that is served cold. This recipe takes those flavors and turns them into a juice that is raw and nutritious. One more wonderful way to drink your vitamins.

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Now BetterStevia is a zero-calorie, low glycemic, certified organic, natural sweetener that makes a perfectly healthy substitute for table sugar and artificial sweeteners. Unlike chemical sweeteners, Now BetterStevia contains pure Stevia extract. Now FOODS Better Stevia is the best tasting we've found on the market - no bitter aftertaste.

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With its wholesome, nutty flavor Barlean’s Highest Lignan Flax Oil is a pure, unfiltered and unrefined source of essential omega-3 fatty acids and nutrient-rich lignans.

Omega-3 fatty acids are a foundational nutritional support for healthy bodies, and flax oil is an easy and ideal addition to any healthy diet.

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Get the fresh strawberry flavor without the calories. Easily add a few drops to smoothies, dressings, low-calorie jello recipes, desserts and more!

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Tasty Pasta, No Calories!

For those watching their weight, adhering to a low-carb diet, or simply trying to prepare a healthy meal, pasta is traditionally a sore subject. Miracle Noodle offers a no-carb, calorie-free alternative to wheat noodles to satisfy those cravings for your favorite pasta dishes. Made with no gluten or soy, these noodles are composed primarily of soluble fiber, which helps you stay fuller longer and can aid in weight loss.

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We all know that greens are good for us. Green Vibrance is the powerhouse way that I like to get my greens (& soooo many other healthy essentials, like enzymes, probiotics, liver support, etc.). You can learn more from our Healthy Essentials Green Vibrance post.

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Bellabaci cups can be used in various forms of cupping massage, suction massage, lymphatic massage, and cupping therapy. It's a simple little tool that helps treat a lot of things. Ballabaci cups can be used to help tight and sore muscles, digestive disorders, joint pain, cellulite, headache, migraines, spider veins, detoxification and more. It all depends on how you use them.

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NeoCell Type 1 & 3 Collagen helps the body with

  • Radiant Skin · Thicker Hair

  • Stronger Nails · Healthier Joints

  • Dietary Supplement

  • Anti-Aging

  • Total Body Health

  • Pure & Natural

  • Ligaments and Tendons

  • GMP Certified

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Author:  Raymond Francis, M.Sc.

One day Raymond Francis, a chemist and a graduate of MIT, found himself in a hospital, battling for his life. The diagnosis: acute chemical hepatitis, chronic fatigue, multiple chemical sensitivities, and several autoimmune syndromes, causing him to suffer fatigue, dizziness, impaired memory, heart palpitations, diarrhea, numbness, seizures and numerous other ailments.

Knowing death was imminent unless he took action, Francis decided to research solutions for his disease himself. His findings and eventual recovery led him to conclude that almost all disease can be both prevented and reversed.

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Author:  Raymond Francis, M.Sc.

With its straightforward language and easy-is-better approach, Rework is the perfect playbook for anyone who’s ever dreamed of doing it on their own. Be more productive, get exposure without breaking the bank, and tons more counterintuitive ideas that will inspire and provoke you. Stop talking and start working.

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This is a fitness program specifically designed for women who want to have a slim and lean, feminine physique. How to increase muscle tone while decreasing the size of the area you're working.

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This fitness program shows you how to build chiseled muscles the right way, in the right areas to build lean, strong muscle (Myofibrillar Hypertrophy) vs. soft, bloated muscle (Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy).

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