As seen in Woman’s World magazine! The way you prepare meals is every bit as important as the quality of your food.Cooking LOW and SLOW with plenty of moisture helps reduce the formation of compounds that promote aging and keeps valuable nutrients intact. You can get the benefits by stewing meats or using a slow cooker, but my favorite pieces of cookware are made of clay-based ceramics (like VitaClay or Miriam’s Earthen Cookware brands). They make low-and-slow cooking a breeze, plus they’re free of heavy metals and other harmful toxins.
For the more than 50% of women over age 50 who have thinning hair, help is here! One of my favorite ways to combat sparse strands is with rosemary. The herb contains rosmarinic acid, which has been shown to boost circulation to the scalp and promote hair growth as effectively as minoxidil. To get the benefits: Add 4 Tbs. of dried rosemary to 4 cups of boiled water. Steep for 40 minutes, then strain the brew into a large spray bottle and add 4 Tbs. apple cider vinegar; refrigerate. Spritz onto the scalp once or twice a week after shampooing.