THE WELL Q&A: Amanda Carney
Healthy-living advice from THE WELL's Director of Integration
Listening to your body and taking care of your whole self as best you can.
Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer
Sliced apple and a packet of nut butter.
Filtered water, biodynamic red wine and magnesium threonate.
Eat (well-sourced) food. Not too much. Mostly (seasonal) plants. Inspired by Michael Pollan.
Organic coffee, raw cashew butter and vanilla collagen creamer in a blender. I am obsessed.
Kelp or dulse flakes! They are great source of iodine and add a hint of salty flavor.
Glass water bottle and Weleda Skin Food.
Good pillows and a sound machine.
Listening to Dreams by Fleetwood Mac. And wildflowers.
Kimchee, fresh herbs or cheese from the farmers market
My current favorite: cucumber, frozen blueberries, moringa powder, almond butter, goji berries, vanilla collagen powder and water.
Bone broth for breakfast.
There is much to be learned from the natural world. Slow down, look around and take note.
Load up on mushrooms, immune-boosting herbs (astragalus and propolis), vitamins (NAC and vitamin D3), make blended soups with lots of garlic and sleep.
Let's just say that there are a few different ways to use garlic...
Sharing home-cooked meals with loved ones.