I first started taking bee pollen back in 2014. I had read a book called the Eat Clean Diet by Tosca Reno and in her meal plan it included adding bee pollen to your oatmeal each morning. I didn’t really know whyI had to take bee pollen, but I did just to follow the plan.
I didn’t really love the taste so I started looking up the benefits to justify why I was even eating it.
In January of last year, I kept seeing #Whole30 floating around the internet. It seemed everyone was doing this diet as their New Years Resolution. Then in the summer I saw my friend write a status about how she was trying it to help with her mirgranes. I thought, "OK time to check this thing out."
I always wanted to look like a toned hourglass and I worked damn hard to achieve it. But even when I had the "perfect" figure, I hated the way I looked. Here's what it's like to have body dysmorphia--and not even know it.
Pumping your own gas, living in a house with carpets and eating foods out of aluminum cans are just three of the countless ways toxic metals can enter your body. We can try our bests to reduce our exposure to toxins but the reality is, metals already live inside our bodies.