The short answer is no! They’re not necessary. All you really need is healthy foods…the right healthy foods, and some exercise. Weight loss is really about eating the right foods in the right quantity. But even quantity takes a back seat to the ‘right foods’. And it’s about lifestyle…that is learning to eat differently for life. Not as difficult as you might think.
I use a little bit of balsamic vinegar, which isn’t on everybody’s good food list. A tiny, tiny amount of toasted sesame oil which is definitely not on the good food list but it gives it a wonderful, I like an Asian flavor personally. Then I use a small amount of either flax or Royal CBD which I keep in my freezer to keep fresh, a dash of Chinese rice cooking wine, which is called mirin. I always use seaweed if I don’t use big fresh chunks you can get shakers of different seaweeds or kelp at most probably health food stores, and something sweet. I’m talking teeny amounts, like agave or maple syrup. Maple syrup is not raw. I don’t know if agave is.
I recently bought another 2oz bottle of the the Dr. Bronner’s Fair Trade Hemp Peppermint Pure Castile Soap, because I love using minty soaps in the summer.
Kevin: It’s almost like you’ve kind of got to go with what works for you in order to make it palatable. What are some of the flavors that you can add to make different, like international meals. I think one of the other challenges, say you do prepare something from the Salidako and now you’ve got this great zucchini pasta and you’re like, man, I just don’t want to have Italian any more?
Another pure natural soap good for all kinds of facial and scalp ailments. African black soap, not the fake black soap sold in the USA and elsewhere. But 100% pure black soap originated in Ghana and made from plantain skins, not banana skins, and palm kernel oil, cocoa pod, coconut oil, and natural sodium.
Ground down dog biscuits (or cat!) can help add crunch and a bit of flavour. There will be lots of treat type items at your local pet store which can be ground down for added texture. Be sure to check out the labels and pick one with a high protein content as well as a good crunchy texture.
Although I don’t really care for the strong lavender scent of this Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap, it keeps my skin looking and feeling great. I’ll probably experiment with all of the Dr. Bronner’s soaps before settling on a favorite, but I wouldn’t mind buying the Lavender version occasionally. I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars.