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Digest + Cleanse to the Rescue

Posted on November 23rd, 2009 | one comment

3293You know the routine: Everyone meets at Grandma’s house for Thanksgiving and that means your diet is out the window. You know that there are going to be snacks and a huge meal, and you’ve told yourself that you’re going to hold back this year. Yet, when faced with family pressure and that fresh pumpkin pie, you cave to the pressure. Does this sound familiar? I think it’s something we’re all guilty of now and then.

As we enter the holiday season we all want to enjoy the holiday cheer, but don’t want to suffer from the stomach pains that come with overindulgence. The Product Blog post from November 16, has some great tips about how to eat healthy during the holidays. However, it’s always nice to have a backup plan as well. That’s where Digest + Cleanse™ comes to the rescue!

As part of Young Living’s line of premium essential oil supplements, Digest + Cleanse soothes gastrointestinal upset and supports healthy digestion with clinically proven essential oils including peppermint, caraway, lemon, ginger, fennel, and anise. Let Digest + Cleanse be the answer to unwanted stomach discomfort during this busy season—pick up a bottle today!

—Jason Dewey

Product Manager, Nutrition

Healthy Eating During the Holidays

Posted on November 16th, 2009 | one comment

It’s no secret that the average American gains a lot of weight around the holiday season—anywhere from seven to ten pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, in fact.* But even if you’re not ready to give up all your holiday indulgences (pass the egg nog), there’s still plenty you can do to maintain a healthy eating routine during the coming season.

As you prepare for the upcoming holiday parties and special occasions, remember these tips and you’ll be in good shape come the New Year:

  1. Don’t skip meals—It may be tempting to skip lunch in anticipation of a turkey feast, but cutting back during the day often leads to eating excess later. If you eat regularly during the day and focus on healthy snacks, you will be much less tempted to splurge as the day goes on.
  2. Control your portions—As with any good diet, moderation is the key to maintaining your health. You can go ahead and enjoy your favorite dessert, just treat yourself to a reasonable serving.
  3. Eat slowly—There’s no need to be in a rush! Concentrate on conversing with friends and family. Take small bites and chew completely. Then, once you are finished with your meal, leave the table to avoid further temptation.
  4. Bring healthy alternatives—If you have a food assignment, replace high-calorie dishes with a healthier option. For example: In place of pumpkin or pecan pie, try Young Living’s Apple Wolfberry Pie (see recipe below).


Don’t forget that Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ essential oils are a great way to incorporate healthy habits into your holiday celebrations. Did you know that when you cook with essential oils, you get all the great taste of traditional herbs and spices without any unnecessary preservatives? And from November 14–20, you can get a special discount on some of our most popular cooking oils. Check the promotions section of www.youngliving.com for more information on the Holiday Cooking with Essential Oils promotion and remember to have a fun and healthy holiday season!

Apple Wolfberry Pie Filling

¾ c. Blue Agave
1 drop nutmeg essential oil
2 drops ocotea essential oil or cinnamon bark essential oil
4 c. organic apples, peeled and sliced (Granny Smith is preffered)
1 Tbsp. rice flour
½ c. dried wolfberries

Mix all ingredients (except rice flour) in a large skillet. Simmer until apples are soft and crisp. Add rice flour and mix until blended. Place in an unbaked pie shell and apply an egg wash around the edge of the shell. Add the pie top and pinch the edges together. Make at least four two-inch slits on top of the pie to release stem. Place on a baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for ten minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake an additional fifteen minutes, or until crust is lightly browned. Makes pie filling for one pie.

* http://www.betterhealthusa.com/public/273.cfm