Little Treasures Week 9 - Breath work, Bioavailability and Women who Farm.

Each week I find all sorts of little treasures online and offline that I want to share with you, the must-read articles, the news everyone must know about, the new green brands, quotes, books, but also beautiful handmade products or inspiring people.
 
You can find them here, in our weekly posts called
Little Treasures.


Its so easy to let life get in the way and skip this beautiful moment of self care that you crave so much. It happens to me all the time. So for those of you that sometimes struggles with setting up a beautiful yoga or meditation practice from home, these five tips are worth gold.

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A poem for the sensitive ones. 

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Loving this article on the bioavailability of our food : "What is Bioavailability? Basically, your food may or (may not) contain adequate nutrition and you may (or may not) be able to absorb and utilize it. Your ability to absorb the nutrition from your food is a deeply complex subject that depends on the nutrition-source quality, age and preparation, along with your biochemistry’s ability to break it down via enzymes, hydrochloric acid and gut bacteria – and that doesn’t include the complexities post-absorption (but we will leave that for another biochemistry class)."

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Check out March's Cosmic Messages


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Ashley Neese is a miracle working. I've been following her for a while and I love her strong but yet gentle energy. She specialises in breath work, an incredible healing tool. Erin Magner took experienced how breath work can work wonders on first hand and wrote about it here. Such a lovely read!

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Gorgeous golden hue, creamy, dreamy texture. Versatile as it is health-giving and energy-boosting. Ghee nourishes from the inside out: Healing the inflammation in your joints, and keeping your mind sharp and your skin glowing. TCM shares a recipe on how to make your own.

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