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Bakuchiol, the Safer, Equally Effective Alternative to Retinol + Countertime Review

Bakuchiol, the Safer, Equally Effective Alternative to Retinol + Countertime Review

Bakuchiol is a non-carcinogenic, non-teratogenic, non-irritating yet equally effective alternative to retinol that is vegan, from the babchi plant, with a long history of use in Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. Learn more about this fascinating ingredient and see my results after 6 weeks of use!

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Green Frittata ~ Persian Kuku Sabzi (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

Green Frittata ~ Persian Kuku Sabzi (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb)

Kuku sabzi is an herb-packed frittata that is traditionally eaten to welcome the arrival of spring in Iran. This version adds some cruciferous leafy greens to maximize the nutrient density. You can easily adapt this recipe to suit your tastes and experiment with using different herbs and different greens. Plus it is perfect for Paleo, Whole30, or low-carb eaters!

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How To Do Facial Gua Sha For Lymphatic Drainage and Anti-Aging Benefits

How To Do Facial Gua Sha For Lymphatic Drainage and Anti-Aging Benefits

Facial gua sha is an ancient practice with both health and cosmetic benefits. Learn how to get started with a daily practice and more about the science behind this technique! Full length video tutorial included.

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Savory Cracklin' Cornbread (gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, sugar-free, no cast iron skillet)

Savory Cracklin' Cornbread (gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, sugar-free, no cast iron skillet)

This savory cracklin' cornbread has an exciting blend of textures thanks to the coarse grind cornmeal and crispy pork. It cooks up with a beautiful brown crispy crust without a cast iron pan. It is a wonderful gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, sugar-free dish to enjoy on its own or as a side.

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Benefits of Starting a Men’s Skincare Routine, Harmful Effects of Parabens and Phthalates, and Honest Counterman Review

Benefits of Starting a Men’s Skincare Routine, Harmful Effects of Parabens and Phthalates, and Honest Counterman Review

Men deserve safer skincare products, too, and having a regular skincare routine can result in some major benefits for men’s skin. Finally my husband Andy has a complete regimen to address oily skin, acne, and fine lines. Read his honest review of Counterman + learn why it is critically important to avoid parabens and phthalates in skincare products.

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Bulgogi from Korean Paleo Cookbook (gluten-free, soy-free)

Bulgogi from Korean Paleo Cookbook (gluten-free, soy-free)

Bulgogi is one of the most famous Korean BBQ dishes, and now you can make it at home with gluten-free, soy-free, Paleo ingredients. The marinade has a secret ingredient for the perfect naturally sweet + salty combo that you’ll crave!

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