Go Play in the Dirt

006 | Beauty Foods with Jessica Rose

November 10, 2022 Lauren Bryson, BCHN Season 1 Episode 6
Go Play in the Dirt
006 | Beauty Foods with Jessica Rose
Show Notes

The world has put such pressure on women regarding the way we look, we walk, we talk, we dress, we act, and carry ourselves. The standards of beauty are skewed and society pushes many products on people (botox, fillers, serums) that actually contain toxins, accelerate the aging process and can negatively affect your overall health.

Jessica Rose, a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Licensed Cosmetologist, and Beauty Expert, educates us on ways to get glowing, vibrant skin from within by using food and lifestyle methods. She breaks down simple, tangible tips for us to understand that what we eat will not only make us look good but also feel good within. This is an empowering episode that encourages you to get back to the basics and take your health and skin into your own hands and out of the toxic products that are pushed on consumers today.

In this Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • How connecting with the earth as a morning practice can help shift mood and set the day off right 
  • How to use food to support mood
  • How to use food and lifestyle practices to support skin, hair, and nails
  • The importance of hydration
  • Foods to eat that can support glowing skin from within
  • The importance of collagen
  • Toxins in our cookware and some non-toxic alternatives 

Go Share These Thoughts:

  • I try to keep it diverse in my friendships, too. I associate with a wide range of people whom I feel are really supportive of my mental health. I spend time with good people, have good conversations, and [create] genuine connections. - Jessica Rose
  • I love that you’ve tied in the community and social connection piece of biodiversity because it's so important. - Lauren Bryson
  • It's not just about looking good. That's superficial. It's about feeling good. - Jessica Rose
  • People are starting to realize that what you cook your food in is almost equally important as the food that you're cooking. - Jessica Rose
  • I strive to be as clean and as healthy as I can. But it can be overwhelming at times. So meeting yourself where you're at is a really key point.  - Lauren Bryson

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