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Clean Living Magazine

Empower oil-curious friends and family to rid their homes and lives of harsh chemicals with the new edition of Clean Living magazine. Packed with product tips, DIYs, and a wealth of information, it’s a gorgeous guide for anyone looking to have a happier, healthier home environment.

PERSIMMONS Though small

PERSIMMONS Though small in size, persimmons are chock-full of vitamins and minerals, despite being very low in fat. Persimmons, known as “the fruit of the gods,” are a great source of fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and lycopene. Persimmons are also fat-free and a great source of healthy carbohydrates and natural sugar! PERSIMMONS ARE KNOWN AS THE “FRUIT OF THE GODS.” ANCIENT GRAINS Grains that have remained largely unchanged in their cultivation over the centuries are known as ancient grains and include varieties like einkorn, spelt, and farro. Due to their high protein content, digestibility, and nutritional value, ancient grains put modern, hybridized wheat to shame. Einkorn flour is the most ancient wheat, offering a traditional source of protein, iron, and fiber. Ready to give ancient grains a “taste” drive? Try Gary’s True Grit® einkorn products, a good source of healthy, whole-grain carbs. THE FINAL INGREDIENT In addition to seasonal produce, consider taking quality vitamin supplements as the temperatures fall. Supplements can help your immune system run full steam year-round, but they become particularly important during colder months. © Darina Kopcok / Stocksy United 66 / CLEAN LIVING

R est A ß ! Try Super C, which contains 1,440 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C. Another option is Inner Defense TM , which reinforces systemic defenses, creates unfriendly terrain for yeast/ fungus and promotes healthy respiratory function. Making these supplements part of your daily routine will help you prepare for colder weather. Statements included in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. DON’T UNDERESTIMATE the health benefits of a good night’s sleep. The comforting aroma of some essential oils can create a calm environment when it’s time to drift off to dreamland. Diffuse any of these oils or apply them topically at bedtime throughout the fall and winter. You’ll start your day refreshed and ready to tackle the world. ■ Angelica ■ Cedarwood ■ German Chamomile ■ Lavender ■ Peace & Calming® ■ Vetiver EINKORN FLOUR IS THE MOST ANCIENT WHEAT. © Alessio Bogani / Stocksy United 67

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