~ Your Local Farmer’s Market. Buy local, organic, grass-fed, and pastured. Get to know the farmers in your area. Tip: shop at market closing time to get the best deals. Ask for bulk discounts.
~ Raw Food World. Matt Monarch showcases the largest supply of raw food and lifestyle products. Each month they have “at-cost” specials. Food, books, juicers… Excellent customer service.
~ Purity Coffee. You’ll find supporting research on both ends of the coffee spectrum for sure. I’ll let you make your own wisely-informed decision and point you in the direction of one of the highest-quality coffee options I’m aware of. Enjoy your cup of organic brew with zero contaminants: free of mold and mycotoxins. I love Purity Coffee’s decaf whole bean, Swiss Water processed, antioxidant-rich bag.
Herbs & Supplements
~ Vitacost. Stop buying over-priced supplements and herbs for retail prices. Although I do support buying local, giant superstores like Whole Foods make a killing by marking these products up significantly. You will save a ton by batching your purchases and buying online. I can find most of my high-quality products here, with free shipping over $49.
Juicers / Blenders / Kitchen Tools / Books / Weights / Bands / Rebounders
~ Amazon. Choose from a variety of quality juicers, high-speed blenders, rebounders (mini-trampolines), free weights, bands, and books. Visit my Store to see some of my favorite healthy-living tools.
Stress-Reduction & Addiction Support
~ YesIt’sOrganic. Organic, organic, organic. Bedding, clothing and much more from folks who care. Nothing synthetic here. Did you know that synthetic fabrics have been a root cause of dis-ease for decades? Make the connection. Go organic.
~ Jai Release Meditation Program. Enjoy this beautiful and simple 30-minute meditation by Julie Piatt. It is a 4-part meditation that includes humming, music, and visualization. I particularly love the humming. I feel myself resonating with the pure vibration. It cleanses and removes energy blocks. An empowering way to start your day!
~ Overeater’s Anonymous (OA). Group support is transformative. If you have never been to an OA meeting, you may have a misconception of what the experience is all about. In these donation-based gatherings, folks of all shapes and sizes gather to support each other and share their stories of struggle, recovery, and everything in between. Try it on by finding a meeting in your area.