With the shedding of old man winter, we look forward to spring by shedding ourselves of unavoidable contaminants from the air, water, and soil. This month, alive offers advice to help detoxify and cleanse—inside and out.
When it comes to detoxes, we want to show readers that it can take place in all parts of their lives. You can do a mental detox by being more vocal, speaking your mind, and sharing what’s in your heart. It turns out, talking is good for your health!
What about detoxing the kids’ lives by opting for baby and children’s foods and gear that are more natural and chemical-free? We’ll help readers navigate the many natural children’s products available today.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the detox-friendly articles coming up in the March issue of alive.
Spring into a new season
Spring is just around the corner. Looking for ways to naturally detox your body from its long winter nap? We profile our body’s own super detoxers and arm you with some strategies to help support them in their very important work.
Spring forward to restful sleep
Is your sleep routine disrupted with the advent of daylight saving time? Sleep disturbances are no small matter. With these natural remedies, you can spring forward toward restful sleep.
This radiance-giving, gently detoxifying menu brings key skin health foods into play for a day’s worth of meals, and a few homemade beauty recipes, to simplify your skin care routine.
Loving bugs shows respect for our planet. It’s all about your footprint. And shrinking that footprint down to the size of tiny centipede feet tucked into wee shoes means you’re on a winning streak. There are many ways to love bugs, especially in cooking. Have you caught the love bug yet?
We bring you all this—and much more—in the March issue of alive.