Wellness Beets Episode 16 Show Notes

Episode 16: Anemia, Non-Toxic Cleaning Products, and Natural Hydration

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Updates

If you’re interested in learning more about Megan and Alex’s Adrenal Health Program, make sure you hop on our email list.  You’ll get first dibs on this limited-space program and will have the chance to shape how the program is run!

If you’re in the Brooklyn area and want to go to Brittany’s Healing Foods series–where you’ll get a free fermentation seminar the first week!–contact her for the details.

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Heads up! WBKitchen is an amazing company that creates grain free Paleo and SCD friendly treats including cookies and snack bars.  These treats have amazing, well-sourced, and clean ingredients that are good for you, the planet, and your taste buds.

WBKitchen is kindly offering us a special discount from June 10th-June 30th! When you go to WBKitchen.com, just type in the discount code “BEETS15” at checkout.

Anemia:

The main thing to note with anemia is that it’s best to closely monitor your levels with a health care provider (every 3-6 months, or so).  For a complete list of iron food sources, which are usually more effective than supplements, this post has all the details. But for a non-constipating iron supplement source, iron bisglycinate is relatively easy on the GI tract.

Natural Cleaning Products:

We like having an arsenal of ingredients at home to use for everything which includes vinegars (apple cider vinegar or white), tea tree, oil, baking soda, witch hazel, borax, essential oils, dried lavender (for mothball prevention and as a dryer sheet replacement), Dr. Bronner’s castile soaps, and microfiber cloths.  Brittany loves these wool dryer balls for maintaining clothing new-ness.

Hydration Sources:

We love water with himalayan pink salt, coconut water, sparkling (mineral) water, and homemade gatorade mixes (like this one by Laura from myradicalroots.com).  We also talk about considerations with water such as the sustainability factor, timing around meals, and our thoughts on alkaline water.

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