Weekly Wisdom

Topic 37:


It’s so exciting to transform, look in the mirror, and see yourself change for the better! It motivates you to keep going and do more positive things for yourself to bring out your very best. Through your improved diet and supplements, your skin may have already begun to change for the better. Additional support may be beneficial if you experience dry skin, uneven skin tone, acne breakouts, or a desire to slow aging signs.

Through the line of supplements from Hum Nutrition, we can help you identify the right product to support this vital organ. These supplements are clinically proven, made with 100% natural ingredients, are gluten and GMO- free, and are of the highest quality. Ask your coach which supplements fit your needs today!

What else can I do to bring out my best? Have you tried dry-brushing? Dry brushing has many potential benefits from smoother skin to helping with lymphatic drainage. Dry brushing is precisely what it sounds like, brushing the skin in a particular pattern with a dry brush, usually before showering. The skin is typically brushed toward the heart, starting at the feet and hands and brushed toward the chest. Supporters of dry brushing claim that it can stimulate the lymph system, help the body rid itself of toxins, and increase energy circulation. Even dermatologists agree that gently brushing the skin does have exfoliating benefits and may stimulate the body in a way similar to massage, which certainly does have well-documented benefits. One would use a firm, natural bristle brush with a handle and replace it every 6-1 2 months as the bristles eventually wear out. It’s also recommended to wash the brush every few weeks to remove dead skin cells.

Did you know?

Up to 60% of the adult body is water! Recommendations are to drink 8-1 0 glasses of water per day. Water keeps your skin fresh, young, and glowing, and it removes toxic material from your body. A well-hydrated body works more efficiently to keep you healthy and to keep illnesses and ailments away.

Recipe of the Week!

Herb and Orange Grilled Chicken

1 ½ lbs chicken breasts
8 fennel bulbs
3 cloves garlic minced
2 tsp orange peel grated
1 tsp thyme chopped fine
1 tsp rosemary chopped fine
½ C Walden Farms Orange Spread
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 Tbsp olive oil
3 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp pepper

1. In a small bowl, mix garlic, grated orange peel, salt, thyme, rosemary, and pepper.
2. Combine orange spread, Worcestershire sauce, and vinegar. Mix together with seasonings.
3. Place chicken on hot and oiled grill, approx 8” from heat.
4. Cook, turning and basting with orange mixture every 5 min for approx 30 minutes or until chicken is cooked.
5. Quarter fennel bulbs, blanch in salted, boiling water. Grill while basting.