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Elevate Christian Network - Health and Wellness

Elevate Christian Network :: Health and Wellness

Mommypotamus: Heather Dessinger demonstrates how to make nourishing bone broth using a crockpot. Bones from industrially produced bones can contain hormones and other unwanted residues. For that reason, she recommends sourcing bones from healthy, pasture-raised animals and wild-caught fish.

This recipe, which is adapted from one she found in Nourishing Traditions, can easily be doubled if you have more bones on hand. She usually uses one pound because she makes it immediately following a roast chicken dinner. | See full recipe…mommypotamus.com

About Mommypotamus and Heather Dessinger

Mommypotamus is a blog focused on organic whole foods, cooking, and natural parenting. Heather Dessinger is a mother of three beautiful children and a researcher that relies on evidence-based research to guide her decisions on food, natural remedies, birth, and making her own beauty and cleaning products.

Her mission is to help you put delicious, healthy meals on the table, find effective natural remedies for common complaints, make your own fuss-free personal care and home products, and save time and money in the process.

 

Mommypotamus - Natural Health Research and DIY Remedies - Heather Dessinger

Heather Dessinger, The Mommypotamus, is a wife, mom, real food lover, research geek, and amateur homesteader. | Image courtesy: mommypotamus.com

 

 

Mommypotamus Healthy Livng Channel | Heather Dessinger

 

 

Photo Gallery:

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger shows viewers how to make a natural bug bite balm

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger shows viewers how to make a natural bug bite balm. | Image courtesy: mommypotamus.com

 

 

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger shares how she uses light therapy to improve her mood focus and sleep

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger shares how she uses light therapy to improve her mood, focus and sleep. | Image courtesy: mommypotamus.com

 

 

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger demonstrates how to avoid too much light when you're trying to sleep

Mommypotamus Heather Dessinger demonstrates how to avoid too much light when you’re trying to sleep. | Image courtesy: mommypotamus.com

 

 

More resources:

10 Benefits of Magnesium – Mommypotamus 

Because it’s involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions within your body, magnesium impacts everything from energy creation to sleep. Magnesium is crucial to the function of mitochondria, which are the power plants of the cell. Our mitochondria fuel every aspect of health, from brain function and muscle strength to cell repair and enzyme creation…

Mommypotamus – Heather Dessinger – Home | Facebook

197K likes. Vitamin D helps regulate “At least 1,000 different genes governing virtually every tissue in the body. That may explain why low vitamin D levels are associated with such a broad spectrum of issues, including impaired immune function, fatigue, bone pain, back pain / general muscle pain, depression, impaired wound healing, rickets, and bone loss….

Heather Dessinger (@mommypotamus) • Instagram photos and videos

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Nourished Baby (Book) | Heather Dessinger

Nourished Baby Book by Heather Dessinger

Nourished Baby (Book) by Heather Dessinger

Nourished Baby offers the insights you need to make the healthiest decisions for your precious baby. You’ll learn how to decode your cravings while nursing, why you should skip rice cereal, and what the latest research says about introducing peanuts, eggs, and other “allergenic” foods.

Plus, enjoy over thirty nutrient-rich recipes that are specifically designed for the little tummies, but also meant for the whole family to share and enjoy. | Learn more…

 

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Cee Harmon is founder of Elevate Christian Network and Elevate Your Potential Magazine. He enjoys helping people improve the quality of their lives - spirit, soul, and body.
 
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