What are some healthy sugar substitutes? I needs my sugar!

No worries we gotchu!

There are tons of healthy ways you can get your sugar in without all the extra junk. Real whole fruit will juice you up plus drop some minerals and vitamins on that azz, dried fruits with no added sugars, sweet veggies (sweet potatoes, squash, plantains), grade b maple syrup, raw honey (local if possible), and xylitol ae all good sources to get some sweetness in your life. 

Remember though, moderation is key. Too much of any sweetener, healthy or not, isn't good for you.

Thank you for asking us your question lovely!

xo, Shera + Sarah 


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I don't like what I look like right now, what are some tips you have to lose weight?

Hey girl hey!

The first thing I'd say is to start focusing on the things about yourself you like. The mentality you have about yourself now will stay with you no matter your appearance. Next, start small and don't underestimate small consistent steps. Have two glasses of room temp lemon water every morning. Once that's part of your routine, shoot for 8-10 glasses of water per day. Once you've gotten that down, add a new fruit or veggie into your diet. I recommend greens. Experiment and cook it all kinds of ways so that you learn how to eat it. Once you've got that down, add in another fruit or veggie, and keep growing in this way. You'll naturally start to weed out the foods that you already know don't help your body.

Thank you for asking us your question! Sending you all of the good vibes on your journey!

xo, Shera 


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What are the benefits of drinking lemon water?

Hey there! 

Lemon water is a super easy way (and is also the best way) to hydrate your cells and wake up your digestive system first thing in the morning. It charges + pumps hydration into your cells replenishing you from all the work your body did while you were asleep as well as warms it up for the day. Lemon water has vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, and potassium which are good for brain and nerve function as well as heart health. It boots your immunity as well as your digestion plus it alkalinizes. You don't need much, about a juice of half a lemon in 32oz of water is the amount I use. You can reduce the amount as needed or use a straw to limit the amount of contact the lemon water has in your mouth if you are more sensitive to acidic fruits.

Thanks for asking us your question! 

xo, Shera + Sarah


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