Living a Healthy Wellness Lifestyle with Essential Oils

JoAnne Gaudioso

Each year on Dec. 31, many of us sit down, pen and paper in hand, to write down our New Year’s resolutions. More often than not, they include something related to living a healthy lifestyle, maybe it is a weight loss goal, or a goal to be more active, or a goal to manage rest and stress. And more often than not, if we were to check how you were doing with these goals, they have been forgotten. Of the people who make New Year’s resolutions, 80% fail to keep them past January. Just 8% keep them through the entire year.

It’s time to work on year-round goals that work for you. We need to set specific goals. Over the next few months, we will talk about eating correctly, exercise, resting, and managing stress, and reducing toxic load all with the help of essential oils.

Let’s kick off our goal makeover by placing one drop of wild orange, peppermint, and frankincense in your hand. Rub your hands together and inhale deeply for an energizing aroma. Now select one of your vague goals and give it specific, measurable subgoals. For example, if eating correctly is one of your goals, your more specific subgoals might be to add supplements into your daily routine. Today’s products don’t always provide you with the nutrients you need to stay healthy. You might also add a subgoal of eating one cup of veggies a day for three months. A third subgoal could be to improve your water intake. Try to drink 45 ounces of water before lunch each day. Add a drop of lemon oil to your water. It helps to detoxify your system.

Try a new recipe using essential oils.

Italian Ground Turkey Meatballs

1 pound ground turkey

1 teaspoon dried parsley

1 egg

½ medium white onion sautéed

½ cup almond flour

Basil essential oil

Oregano essential oil

* Combine all the ingredients except for the essential oils in a medium-sized bowl.

* Dip two toothpicks into your bottles of Oregano and Basil oils, and insert the toothpicks into the meatball mixture.

* Roll the meat mixture into two-inch balls.

* Brown the meatballs on stovetop and transfer them to the oven, baking at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

* Combine with your favorite marinara sauce and enjoy with pasta.

If you are interested in learning more about how essential oils can play an integral part in achieving a healthy wellness lifestyle, please contact me. Contact JoAnne Gaudioso at 480-225-5224 by phone or text or email me at [email protected]