Being a mother can be one of the most fulfilling jobs, but it can also be quite perilous on your health. No one truly prepares mothers for what is to come after your baby is born. Some mothers may struggle with breastmilk production, or not be consuming enough fluids, while other mothers may struggle with self-care. Below is a list of dos and don’ts for moms.
Chlorella & Spirulina – The Perfect SuperFood Duo Better together. Naturally.
Some foods just naturally belong together. So what can be better than combining two of the world’s most popular and beloved green energizers together into one of the super powerful, super convenient SuperFood duo?
What is Chlorella & what does it do?
Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) is one of the most ancient food plants known on earth. As single-celled fresh-water micro algae, chlorella floats on the water’s surface soaking up sunshine and converting it into green energy power cells!
A sunny disposition
1. To dry your clothes
The sun has gone to a lot of trouble to send us its energy, so appreciate it! The heat and light on your face was on the surface of the sun eight minutes and nineteen seconds ago. So as a minimum, use it to dry your clothes. Since the sun is a giant nuclear reactor, tell your friends you have a nuclear-powered clothes dryer.
2. To grow your food
Take away the sun, and what can you grow? Maybe marijuana under grow lights? With just soil and sunlight you can grow tomatoes, peppers, apples, raspberries, salad greens and more. Build a solar greenhouse that stores the suns heat in earth or concrete, a double-skinned insulated greenhouse, or