Dry Body Brushing: What, Why & How

Also known as, “dry skin brushing”. I love this daily practice. It feels amazing- on the inside and out, and only takes a few short minutes. The amount of benefits you receive are not nearly equivalent to the short amount of time you spend on it!

by, Australian Natural Health Magazine

Original article can be found here.  

What if we told you there was a simple beauty trick that only takes five minutes out of your day, costs next to nothing, and helps your body inside as well as out? Too good to be true? It’s not.

Dry skin brushing is the secret and it has long been a part of Ayurveda’s cleansing philosophies. Ayurveda is a 5000-year-old science originating in India and is believed by many to be the oldest healing science.

How does it work?
Your skin is an organ of elimination, just like your kidneys, liver and colon. It’s the largest organ of your body and it’s estimated that one-third of your body’s daily impurities are excreted through the skin. Dry skin brushing helps keep the pores clear and the skin active to assist the body in this cleansing process. If your skin becomes inactive, its ability to remove excess toxins is impaired. This places extra stress on other organs and on your body in general.

As we age, our bodies become less effective in shedding outer layers of dead skin cells. This build-up of dead skin can result in a thick, dry and somewhat leathery look, which is often common with more mature skin. As well as exfoliating this outer layer, dry skin brushing also stimulates the sweat and oil glands, providing more moisture for the skin. It also helps keep young skin fresh, vibrant and free of breakouts.

Because your body breathes and absorbs essential nutrients through your skin, regular dry brushing will leave your skin clear of excess debris so it’s free to absorb oxygen and other nutrients into your body.

It also stimulates your body from the outside in. It works to cleanse the whole system and is an effective treatment for many ailments. Accumulated waste products in the body are known to contribute to many illnesses as well as premature ageing. Dry skin brushing also increases blood circulation, which helps to contribute to healthier muscle tone and better distribution of fat deposits, also known to many as cellulite.

40-year-old Cassandra Haughton James, AcuEnergetics practitioner and owner of The Natural Alchemist in Sydney, believes that the secret to her supple and healthy skin comes from consistent dry skin brushing coupled with the use of natural oils. Cassandra was introduced to the art of dry skin brushing almost 20 years ago while living in Hawaii and has been hooked ever since. She dry skin brushes several times a week before showering and applies natural oils to her skin afterwards.

“Water hydrates the skin and the oils feed it,” she explains. “Dry skin brushing removes the dead skin and allows the body to breathe. It leaves the skin open to absorb the oils which are applied while the skin is still slightly damp, leaving a fine film of oil on the surface.” Oil on its own can dry out your skin, so it’s important to dry skin brush, then have a shower, then apply the oil to gain the most benefit.

In addition, dry skin brushing is believed to stimulate the lymphatic system by aiding the flow of lymph fluid throughout the body. The lymphatic system plays a vital role in elimination, helping to move toxins through the body. It also contributes to the strength of the body’s immune system by producing certain white blood cells and generating antibodies. The lymph system doesn’t rely on an automatic ‘pumping device’ like the cardiovascular system and it depends on the movement of muscles to keep it working.

There are many lymph nodes situated at different places in the body but the inner thighs and armpits hold the greatest number, so it can be helpful to pay extra attention to these areas when brushing. The lymph system flows towards the heart so it’s important to brush in the same flow as the lymphatic system.

Benefits of dry skin brushing: 

  • Removes dead layers of skin and other outer impurities.
  • Stimulates and increases blood circulation.
  • Helps release fatty deposits under your skin’s surface.
  • Assists the eliminative capacity of your body’s organs.
  • Rejuvenates your cells.
  • Strengthens your immune system.
  • Increases muscle tone.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Helps prevent premature aging.

Step-by-step guide to dry skin brushing

It’s best to dry brush first thing in the morning before you shower. Start with light pressure until you’re used to the sensation, then move on to firmer strokes.

Use a natural bristled brush (like those found at http://www.naturalalchemist.com) or a loofah as a second choice. Avoid synthetic or nylon brushes or gloves as they’re too sharp and can damage the skin.

  • Start with the soles of your feet, use swift upward strokes and brush from the feet, up the legs, working towards your heart.
  • Once you’ve covered your lower body, move to your hands and work up your arms toward your heart in the same manner.Next (using a long handle brush or get your partner to help out), brush your back.Last, work on your abdomen (moving in a clockwise direction to follow the movement of the colon), chest and neck. It’s best to avoid your face as most people’s facial skin is too sensitive.
  • Brush for about three-to-five minutes until your skin is rosy and slightly tingly.
  • Always shower after you dry brush to wash off the dead skin.
  • Keep a separate dry brush for every member of the family, and be sure to periodically wash it.

NOTE: Avoid on broken or sensitive skin and take care to brush lightly over cellulite areas. NH

I hope you enjoy this lovely practice as much as I do. Tip: Put your dry body brush somewhere you will see it as a reminder such as; your bathroom or bed stand. You can purchase a dry body brush at a health food store.

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Your Winter Survival Guide to Staying Healthy, Fit and Active

Today I am featuring your winter survival guide to staying fit, healthy and getting that booty moving even when it’s freezing! Here in Australia its wintertime and I know it can be extra hard to pull yourself out from the covers. In my last newsletter I gave you my top 5 tips for staying warm, healthy and happy in the colder months. Today, we get to hear from miss Alexis Hamer (certified personal trainer) as she explains her top 5 tips for an active winter. I love the last one- change your mindset as I am always talking about this with my clients in regard to food and overall wellbeing. Scroll down, read and enjoy! xoxo, Danielle

I know you know this feeling all to well…. it’s been a long day at work/looking after the kids etc. It’s cold, dark (and if you have been is Sydney this weekend gone) raining outside and the last thing you feel like doing is going to the gym. It would be so much nicer to put your trackies/ugg boots/hoodie (and for some this winter onesie) ensemble on and get toasty on the couch. Great for your cold tootsies but not so much for your toosh!

Don’t let the cool temps and short days undo all of your hard work on your health and fitness this year to date. Keep up the momentum, stay on track of your goals these next few months, and you will be breezing into spring in no time!

Remember being healthy, fit and strong, regardless of the season, is a lifestyle choice for life. It’s not just a fad that comes round every year when it starts to warm up and you do the mad scramble to hit the gym and down the green smoothies to try and make up for what you didn’t do or at least maintain throughout winter. To help you out, here are a few ways to assist you in getting through the next few months:

Train outdoors. Its not so hot and humid that you are drowned in sweat and struggle to get moving like in summer- you have to get moving to get warm! To beat the winter blues and the stuffy heating of the office, get outside on your lunch break and into a gorgeous green park to give you a bit of a lift. Grab some work buddies/friends and play a team sport or even go for a walk to help motivate you.

Wear the right clothes! If you are keeping up the outdoor training, invest in some decent quality clothing such as a good pair of tights, tops, jumpers and even a vest. No one wants to freeze their butt off while braving the elements but at the same time you don’t want to resemble a michelin man either. Remember, as soon as you get moving, you will get a lot warmer so smart layers are key to ensure you are warm enough and comfortable while you exercise without having to peel scarves, jackets etc off and having to carry them.

Move indoors. If you really cant handle the cold, why not move inside and try something new like hot yoga or a team sport? I used to play indoor netball which is great as it keep you fit but you don’t have to face the cold.

Be smart. If you are starting to cave and find every excuse under the sun not to get moving, make your exercise selection convenient to you. Take advantage of things around you such as stair sprints in your apartment block (you don’t even have to leave home), the monkey bars in the park near your office or the new fitness centre that just opened on your walk home.

Be accountable. If you know that you are likely to become a slacker in these next few months, maybe it is a good idea to lock yourself into things like a pre paid block of personal training sessions, a short term membership at a yoga studio or a boot camp with a friend. The more you have to answer to someone, the more likely you will go!

Make it fun! Why not try something new such as indoor rock climbing, pole dancing or handstand classes? By learning something new and exciting, you will challenge your body in new ways, use muscles that you haven’t used before, and feel good at the same time.

Take advantage of the weather. Go skiing, hiking, snowboarding – it’s great exercise!

Most importantly – Change the way you think! Winter training will set you ahead when the warmer months start to appear again. You will have maintained, if not improved your strength and fitness more than those that slacked off and then complain when it starts to get warm again about how unhealthy they feel and look.

I hope these help breakdown some of the mental obstacles you have in your head.

Happy training

A x

For personalized assistance with your health and wellness, I invite you to contact me so we can schedule yourcomplimentary consultation.

The How-To and Why of Green Smoothies + 5 Recipes to Get You Started

by, Danielle Stein

I am a huge green smoothie advocate. They have seriously changed my life.  I have one green smoothie (or one green juice -but today we’re all about smoothies) almost every single day.

They make me feel amazing, hydrated and energized.

It is important to line your stomach with something alkaline before you eat any meal and especially first thing in the morning. It helps with digestion which is the key to a healthy weight.

I truly can not put enough emphasis on how amazing they are for you and how great they make you feel.

I know green smoothies can be intimidating at first, but let me try and make it a tad easier for you with some tips, advice, recipes & by explaining the glorious benefits you will receive inside and out.

Benefits will include all of the following:

  • Glowing skin
  • Clear skin
  • Enhanced energy
  • Reduced stress
  • Hydration
  • More servings of veggies in 1 smoothie (if you do it right) than many people get in an entire day! Greens are the #1 food missing in most people’s diets today. After drinking them for a few weeks, you’re likely to crave them and other forms of greens too.
  • Alkalinity in your blood system and body
  • Nutrients, minerals and vitamins practically shooting straight into your bloodstream (almost as fast as fresh juice).  The more we chew food the easier it is to digest and obtain the nutritional value. The problem is, many of us don’t take the time to chew as long as we should.  I am guilty on numerous occasions! In this case, the blender does it for you!
  • Fiber. Green smoothies (vs. green juice) are a complete food- they still obtain fiber which is important for our elimination process.

Ingredient advice:

  • Banana masks the flavor of almost any veggie concoction
  • Ratio should be 3/4 veggies, 1/4 fruit
  • Adding lemon juice adds fantastic fresh flavor and is detoxifying
  • Use either filtered water, coconut water or coconut/almond/cashew, etc. milk for a base
  • Cilantro and parsley pull toxins out of the body
  • Coconut oil, coconut meat, avocado and almond/cashew/brazil nut butters are great for energy as they are great sources of healthy fats and will keep you fuller for longer. They also make for a great milkshake a.k.a. a creamier, dreamier smoothie!

For best results:

  • Blend your leafy greens (kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, etc.) with the liquid of your choice first so you have a juice-like consistency then add the harder bits after that.
  • The more you blend your veggies…
  1. the more chlorophyll you’re releasing. “Consuming chlorophyll is like receiving a healthy blood transfusion.” –Dr. Ann Wigmore
  2. the more of the greens and fruits’ cells will be ruptured– releasing their valuable vitamins and nutrients and making it easily absorbed in the body.
  3. the smoother your smoothie will be- which will make it easier to digest and more delicious.
  • Add ice for a refreshing, icy cold experience right away. (Or place in freezer for 15-20 minutes.)
  • You can keep your smoothies in the fridge for up to 3 days if you are short for time, but drinking them fresh is the most nutritious.


* The Green Goddess

  • Fill the blender to the top with romaine lettuce and spinach (half and half)
  • 3 celery stalks
  • Parsley to taste (a handful is good)
  • ½ an apple
  • ½ ripe banana (bananas that are green-ish and without any spots will be acidic instead of the intended alkaline pH when digested.)
  • ½ cup of filtered water.

* Creamiest Green Smoothie

  • 1 apple
  • 1/2 pear
  • 1/2 banana
  • 3 handfuls spinach
  • 3 stalks celery
  • ½ small (Lebanese) cucumber
  • ½ cup filtered water
  • ½ avocado

*Nutty Chocolate Green Smoothie

  • 1Tbsp. almond butter
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk (Preferably homemade. See my recipe here.  )
  • 2 Tbsp. cacao powder (can be found at health food stores)
  • 2 big handfuls of spinach

*Creamy Chocolate Green Milkshake

  • ½ cup unsweetened almond milk- find recipe here.
  • 1 banana
  • 4 handfuls spinach
  • 1 packet organic stevia
  • 2 Tbsp. Cacao powder
  • ½ avocado

*Superfood Green Smoothie

  • 1 tsp. spirulina (70% complete protein. More than steak which only contains 25% once cooked! Especially perfect for vegans; can be found at health food stores.)
  • 2 Tbsp. desiccated, unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1 Tbsp. organic, virgin coconut oil
  • 1 packet organic stevia
  • 1/2 apple
  • 1/2 ripe banana
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 3 stalks kale leaves
  • 2 stalks celery

*The Refresher

  • 1 cup coconut water
  • 1 Lebanese cucumber
  • 3/4 apple
  • 3 big handfuls of spinach

For more pics of  delicious green smoothies and milkshakes find me on Instagram @_daniellestein_.

Are you ready to begin a lifetime of Optimal Beauty?

DIY: Body Butter

In our society today, vanity is the number one source of drive when it comes to being “healthy”. While in some instances this is OK, it is also very unfortunate for many reasons. First, people don’t take the time to think about the consequences of not only what is going into their body, but what is going on it as well.

Chemicals used to produce most beauty care products (this ranges anywhere from body lotion, perfume, makeup, sunscreen, deodorant- you name it) are incredibly toxic and harmful to our bodies. Yeah, yeah, yeah…it doesn’t make you ugly or fat so who cares right? I know that’s what some of you are thinking. However, it’s actually proven that they can and they do. Allowing toxic chemicals to be applied onto your skin only takes a mere 26 seconds until it reaches your bloodstream. The toxic chemicals are inside of you in the blink of an eye, screwing around with your internal system. Did you know these toxins can actually make you unable to lose weight? Can cause acne and on a more internal level- cancer and other diseases too? It’s true.

I haven’t always, but now I choose beauty products that are organic (as in, if I ate them- I would be just fine). However, not only can these products be super pricey, but they aren’t always as “natural” and “organic” as they claim. Big industries can get away with A LOT. So therefore, as of lately, I ADORE making my own. It’s so inexpensive, fun, a great creative outlet and you get to make it feel and smell exactly they way you want to.

Above you’ll see the recipe for Do It Yourself Body Butter. (Plus, you also need 2 teaspoons of distilled water.) See full ingredient list, benefits and method below.


  • 2 Tbsp. Beeswax
  • 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil
  • 1 Tbsp. Sesame Oil
  • 1/2 cup She Butter
  • 10 drops doTERRA Tangerine essential oil
  • 2 tsp. distilled water 

I used Tangerine essential oil, but please feel free to use your preference.

A few benefits of the ingredients include:

  • Beeswax: Locks in moisture, protects skin from environmental factors, softens the skin
  • Olive oil: Used as an ancient remedy for skin care in Egypt, it is anti-aging because of its high levels of antioxidants, improves acne
  • Shea Butter: Helps to heal damaged skin, intensely moisturizes, helps restore elasticity (a.k.a. wrinkle prevention & anti-aging), soothes eczema & psoriasis, soothes rashes and although it doesn’t replace a strong sunscreen it helps protect from the sun
  • Sesame oil: Holds moisture in to keep your skin hydrated 
  • Tangerine essential oil by doTERRA: improves circulation, helps maintain the oil and moisture balance in the skin


  • To make it, a glass double boiler is best to melt and mix everything together. However, a normal pot will work. Just leave it on low heat, watch it carefully and stir consistently so it doesn’t burn.
  • Melt the beeswax with the water first then gradually blend in the remaining ingredients. 
  • Pour the mixture into preferred container and let it cool. Once it cools it will harden and be ready to use. Give it at least 40 minutes, maybe a little longer.

The texture is heavenly and the results are fabulous- I know from experience.

If you need to buy any of these ingredients you can order them with doTERRA here (such an amazing company that I am so proud to be affiliated with).

Have fun!

xoxo, Danielle

Want some more health and wellness guidance (without the toxins)? Contact me today to schedule your free health consultation.

Happy Spring 2013 + Beautiful You, Spring Meal Plan

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely adore springtime. Right now, I am home in America visiting my family (I bounce back between Australia, New Zealand and Bali- and run my business from my laptop!) and today is the first day of spring.

I love the weather, beautiful flowers, colorful outfits and most of all- the fresh fruits and vegetables!

Today, I am providing you with the springiest 1 day meal plan.

Refreshing, colorful recipes all day long.


Beautiful You, Spring Meal Plan for 1 whole day:

~Read through first, you will probably want to do some preparation.~ 


First thing: Warm water with 1/2 the juice of 1 lemon squeezed, then 1-2 glasses of filtered water 

The Springiest Green Smoothie, The Refresher:

  • 2 cups coconut water
  • 2 Lebanese cucumbers
  • 3/4 apple
  • 2 big handfuls of spinach 

Prepare Infused Water:

Fill 1 jug of filtered water with either cucumber, peaches or other. See suggestions here. Chop and place in water. Let it sit for a few hours in the refrigerator and enjoy throughout the day. Infused water is so refreshing, delicious, hydrating, colorful and calorie-free. 


Start with a big, colorful salad. Filling our stomachs with greens at the beginning of a meal aids proper digestion, which leads to a healthy waistline. Fill your plate with mixed greens and spinach. Add fresh herbs- dill, basil, sage and parsley. Add yellow pepper, carrot pieces, tomato, avocado and brazil nuts. Sprinkle on lemon juice, tahini and nutritional yeast for the dressing and then mix together. 

Cook some quinoa/amaranth or brown rice pasta. Once cooked and drained, mix in organic virgin coconut oil, and sugar-free pasta sauce. Sprinkle hemp seeds and black pepper on top. 


Depending on your mood have some fruit, veggies, nuts/seeds or these delish Apple-Walnut Bliss Balls


Start with a hot salad: Include quinoa, baked sweet potato, cucumber, dried cranberries, walnuts and lemon with extra virgin organic olive oil sprinkled on top. Roast carrots, beetroot, white  onion, asparagus and  parsnip in coconut oil to have on the side. 


If you’ve waited a few hours to digest (see why here)  I suggest this vegan, sugar-free homemade Orange-Lemon Ice Cream or if you are eating dessert right away try one of these Homemade Raw Dark Chocolate recipes.


1 cup of peppermint, vanilla or chamomile tea

I hope you enjoy and spend the whole day feeling refreshed, satiated and in the spirit of beautiful springtime. xoxo, Danielle 

For personalized assistance with your health and nutrition, contact me today to schedule a free consultation. 

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Rules of Thumb about Fruit

by, Danielle Stein

We all ♥ fruit! It is healthy, delicious and nutritious. What could be bad? Fruit is definitely all of these things; however, you need to be aware of its side affects when used inappropriately!

Rule of thumb #1:
Only eat fruit on an empty stomach! Fruit digests faster than any other food. Usually about 20 minutes (more like 40 minutes for a banana). If you eat fruit after any other food (vegetables, starchy vegetables, starches, protein, fats, etc.) the other food you have eaten will be stuck in a “traffic jam” behind the fruit! And because it is stuck in this “traffic jam” it will ferment and you will not get any of the nutrients and possibly a sore or gassy tummy. Fruit must be eaten first or in between meals as a snack and only when you are hungry, of course.

Rule of thumb #2:
Only eat 2-3 servings of fruit a day. How much is one serving? Usually one piece.
Fruit has lots of nutritional value, but because of this fact people sometimes think they can eat as much as they want of it. This rule of eating however much you want of something really only applies for green vegetables (broccoli, spinach, kale, bok choy, etc.). Fruit is full of fructose (a.k.a. fruit/”good” sugar, but it is sugar nonetheless) and eating too much can and will make you gain weight and throw your body out of whack. Stick to 2-3 servings! Remember that if you have a green smoothie in the morning with fruit in it it can count for 2 servings depending on how much fruit you have put in.

Rule of thumb #3:
This relates back to Rule of thumb #1…
Fruit for dessert is not a good idea! Why? Because your body will not be able to digest it properly and will ferment, basically rot your dinner/ the food you ate beforehand in your tummy. And we all know what happens when we can’t digest things properly….fat storage and sore tummy occurs. No thank you! Try my homemade chocolate recipes  for dessert instead- just not fruit unless it has been a good 3 or 4 hours after your meal and we are sure you have fully digested everything!

 Otherwise, enjoy and savor the scrumptious fruit you have chosen for today! And don’t worry, fruit isn’t going anywhere, you can have more tomorrow! 🙂

Side Note: I am not saying you have to follow these rules to the tee for the rest of your life! I am just giving you the facts so you can make informed decisions from now on. And yes, eating dessert with fruit is still better than something with sugar in it- but facts are facts! xoxo

For personalized guidance with your health and wellness, I invite you to contact me today so we can schedule your complimentary consultation.



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The Aspartame Charade

As seen on MindBodyGreen.com previously…

by, Danielle Stein

Aspartame (commonly known as NutraSweet or Equal) is a very popular artificial sweetener used as a “healthier” substitute for sugar in food products today.

Saying that it is used in food products today is an understatement. This substance is used in FAR more items than you may think. This is where the charade begins.

Before I began my health and wellness journey, I used sweetener packets (aspartame) in my tea, coffee, smoothies, etc. My thought was, I’m not using more than 1-2 packs a day so it’s no big deal.

First off, using even 1-2 packets of a product containing aspartame (artificial sweetener) a day is problematic in itself. The problem gets worse when you look closely at the rest of the food items you’re ingesting. This is where the charade begins.

Why? Because aspartame (artificial sweetener), drum roll please…..is.  in.  everything! To be more specific, it is in over 5,000 products sold today. Some of them may be obvious to you, but others may take you by surprise.’

First, I am going to show you a list of food products that contain this deadly product.

Then, I will explain the effects it can cause you internally and externally.

Last, (here comes the fun part where I stop crushing your dreams of eating tasty food) I am going to give you some delicious, uber healthy (for you internally and externally!) alternatives and recipes that you can use, eat and make instead!

Products that Contain Aspartame:
…Keep in mind this is NOT everything- eek!

  • Sugar-free ice cream
  • Iced tea
  • Jams and jellies
  • Ice cream toppings
  • Fruit spreads
  • Sugar-free ketchup
  • Sugar-free cookies
  • Pudding
  • Nutritional bars
  • Non carbonated diet soft drinks
  • No sugar added pies
  • Flavored water products
  • Chewing gum
  • Vitamins
  • Diet soda
  • Hard candies
  • Instant cocoa mix
  • Flavored syrups and coffee
  • Cereals
  • Breath mints
  • Carbonated soft drinks
  • Maple syrups
  • Meal replacements
  • Powdered soft drinks
  • Protein nutritional drinks
  • Table top sweeteners
  • Vegetable drinks
  • Drinkable yogurt
  • Fat-free yogurt
  • Sugar-free chocolate syrup
  • Sugar-free yogurt

Personally, before I was aware of the dangerous side effects aspartame has, I used to opt for artificial sweetener as a way to keep my weight down as many people do.

Looking at anything artificial as the “healthier” option is where the real problem begins.

Eating foods in their natural state will always be healthier than something made in a lab.

However, not only does aspartame cause carbohydrate cravings (yep, you heard me!) it actually causes you to GAIN weight rather than lose it.

It can cause a whole array of other problems too. And when I say “problems” I mean disasters.

Disasters may include:

  • Weight gain
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimers
  • Parkinsons
  • ADHD
  • Formaldehyde build up in the brain
  • Frontal lobe inflammation
  • Symptoms that mimic multiple sclerosis
  • Neurologic problems
  • Cognitive problems
  • Cancer
  • Headaches/migraines
  • Dizziness
  • Seizures
  • Nausea
  • Muscle spasms
  • Rashes
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Numbness
  • Irritability
  • Insomnia
  • Vision problems
  • Hearing loss
  • Heart palpitations
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Anxiety attacks
  • Slurred speech
  • Loss of taste
  • Memory loss
  • Joint pain

These things ACTUALLY happen to people. Millions of people consume aspartame every day. Scary as this is, there is a solution!

Healthy sweeteners such as; dried fruit, fruit, stevia leaf, raw honey. The only side effects these natural choices cause are health, wellness and satisfaction.

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Delicious recipes (sweet AND savoury!) can be found on my website at www.yourbreak-through.com or have a look at some of my favorite sites such as, www.ohsheglows.com and www.kimberlysnyder.net. Your taste buds will not be disappointed!

Now that you have this information, you don’t have to be a part of the aspartame charade any longer. You have the facts. You know about the alternatives. Please don’t put yourself at risk any longer, or ever again. So go ahead; make the rest of your life the best of your life!

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For personalized assistance with your health and nutrition, contact me today to schedule a free consultation.