I am so excited! Why? Because it’s time for this week’s Q&A segment on “Beauty Inside Out” with Kimberly Snyder. I really love having our community podcast :). I can talk freely about various topics and and each Thursday, I answer four trending questions from the Beauty Detox Community.
This week’s most popular question was: “What would be a healthy drink or snack to have to keep my energy levels up throughout the day?”
Have you been asking yourself this very same question? If you want to know the answer to this question and 3 more sent in by Beauties just like you, listen now to find out!
Remember you can submit your questions at www.mysolluna.com/askkimberly
Maggie - Las Vegas, NV
Do “savory” fruits like cucumber, bell peppers, and tomatoes digest the same as sweet fruits? Can I eat them with sweet fruits, or should they be eaten 30 minutes after? Lastly, do I need to wait 3-4 hours after eating denser foods like starches or nuts before I can eat cucumbers and tomatoes?
Maddy – New York, NY
In regards to only eating fruit on a empty stomach, how long should I wait?
Charlotte - Berlin, Germany
Love your podcasts and your positive outlook on life. As I work in an office, I’m not active during the day. After my lunch, which I try to keep small and healthy, I often crash in the afternoon and feel completely drained.
What would be a healthy drink or snack to have to keep my energy levels up throughout the day?
Kelsey - Chicago, IL
What are your thoughts on popcorn? Obviously the super buttery and salty kinds are not ideal, but what about the organic brands or something like Skinny Pop?
Inspirational Thought Of The Week
I can and I will.
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With love and gratitude,
I would like to be able to read the show notes each time and click on the link but it doesn’t take me to a transcript of your podcast. Maybe I’m misunderstanding. Can you help?
Hi Cindy and thanks for tuning in. At this time we do not have the transcripts for our podcasts but it is something we are considering doing in the future. We will keep our Beauties informed of any updates. Sending lots of love! 😉
My son just turned 6 months so I got the okay to start solids 🙂 I want to know what your opinion on what the best starter foods are. Thank you!
Hi Sylvana and thanks for checking out my podcast. Try to make your child’s first solid foods pureed vegetables. Many parents start their children on solid foods at about 4 to 6 months. In many cases, the first food offered is a grain cereal such as rice cereal. Feeding your children these white foods at an early age, however, can be disastrous for developing flavor preferences. Most white grain cereals are sweet and bland, and introducing them to your child at four months can develop a taste for white foods, which have very little nutrition. Instead, offer your child pureed vegetables at an age when he or she can tolerate them – usually at about the age of six months – as their first food. Try making pureed yams, sweet potatoes, carrots, etc. As your child grows, the best way to develop healthy flavor preferences is repeated and consistent exposure to the foods you’d like her to eat. Offer the food and allow your child to see you eating it, as well. Monkey see, monkey do! Developing healthy flavor preferences in your child lays the groundwork for healthy eating throughout life and will help them reach their full potential in all aspects of their life. Give your child the best start possible by helping him or her establish a healthy palate. Sending you all lots of love! 😉
Thank you so much for your reply Kimberly. I look forward to your podcasts every week 🙂 they definitely make for great car rides!
Hi Kimberly, enjoyed this weeks podcast. I was wondering if you knew what type of carrageenan is used in the Deva brand vegan omega 3 dha epa vitamins you mentioned in another post about your pregnancy vitamin routine. I’ve been using it and noticed carrageenan as an ingredient. Thank you for sharing! My best to you and baby boy!