A Panchakarma Cleanse is a Ayurvedic detox (cleanse) protocol that is relaxed yet effective and bring our body back to balance. Learn more about this healing protocol and my experience with this awesome practice. I’m already looking forward to my next cleanse.
What types of food can help with weight loss? Probiotic foods like yogurt, sauerkraut, and kim chi are key to a healthy gut, which means easier weight loss.
Homemade yogurt is easy and delicious, and can help you increase the amount of food-based probiotics in your diet, which can be used with supplementation to improve your gut health.
In partnership with Wildkraft Herbs, we have created a list of natural support for depression and anxiety. There is no cure for either of these issues, but there are lots of ways to alleviate some or many of the symptoms.
Learn how to use psyllium husk, and why a daily dose can improve your overall health and wellness. Cheers for happy poops!
Umeboshi plum is a traditional Japanese pickle that has amazing healing properties. Discover why it’s beneficial and how to use umeboshi for digestive and other health issues.
Balancing gut health during this transitional time between seasons helps establish a solid foundation for our overall health.
Do you have difficulty pushing or straining when you poo, or do you have discomfort, pain or bloating in abdominal area? If you are familiar with these questions, well, you are not alone. Constipation affects about 70% of Americans, and more than 40% suffer either occasional or chronic constipation; it’s a silent epidemic.
GMO foods are ubiquitous in our food supply, and yet we know little about their effects on humans. Learn more about how GMO foods affect your life here.
A healthy digestive system is imperative for true wellness. Here are 6 natural ways to eliminate constipation and help you build a better poop!
So many of us are rushing before, during, and after meals it’s hard to focus on what we eat, nevermind actually sitting down and savoring it! Here are some tips from us here at VWJ to cultivate a better relationship with our meals, and learn to make some space for eating mindfully.