2014 Oscar’s Best Photo Bombers

We’ve seen all the Oscar red carpet fashion and cheered for our favorite wins, but did you miss the best photo bombers in the business?? Here you go! And Ellen was right, Mr. Leto wins for (one of the) prettiest.

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For much more fun Oscar times, check out Yahoo! Movies for lots of intel and fancy dress pics x


acvThe many amazing benefits of Bragg’s apple cider vinegar has taken place in my life as my new obsession. The taste? SO delicious. Does it really make you feel light and young and healthy? Yes. Bragg’s has just the pure unfiltered organic vinegar in bottles that you can add to all your cooking or you can make your own mixed drink. Add a good dash of vinegar into 16oz chilled water, then time to get creative. Some fresh ginger juice, aloe juice, honey, cranberry juice. Or, Bragg’s sells bottles of his apple cider drink version at most health food stores. My favorite is the Ginger Spice. Not a day goes by that I don’t crave one and the effects are all too good.

Apple Cider Vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history. In 400 B.C. the great Hippocrates, Father of Medicine, used it for its amazing health qualities.

Internal Benefits:brags bottle

  • Rich in enzymes & potassium
  • Support a healthy immune system
  • Helps control weight
  • Promotes digestion & ph Balance
  • Helps soothe dry throats
  • Helps remove body sludge toxins

External Benefits:

  • Helps maintain healthy skin
  • Helps promote youthful, healthy bodies
  • Soothes irritated skin
  • Relieves muscle pain from exercise

Check them out yourself HERE xxx

USDA Certified Organic – organically grown apples and exacting scientific standards used to meet organic certified food product standards.

Unfiltered – contains the valuable apple peel which is rich in important polyphenol antioxidants.

Raw – Not Pasteurized, recognized as a “live food”, rich in enzymes and made the best natural way.

Contains the amazing “Mother” of Vinegar, a natural cloudy substance found only in raw, unfiltered organic vinegar formed from naturally occurring strand-like chains of protein enzyme molecules. It is highly regarded for it’s nutritional and health benefits.

• Non-GMO • Kosher Certified • Best Tasting!

Hurray for chocolate!! Hurray for Valentine’s chocolate!! Just make sure your handsome man gets you the good stuff….the dark stuff. Our best friend, Sir Superfood Cocoa, is brimming with health boosting polyphenolic flavonoids. He makes us healthy and happy. cocoa

Best way to enjoy all the natural health benefits of cocoa, enjoy the highest quality of dark chocolate, preferably with at least 70% cocoa. The nicer the quality, the more special and satisfying it tastes and the less you’ll need to conquer that sweet tooth.

(1) Aging mentally intact.

“After consuming cocoa beverages, those 18 showed significant improvements with brain blood flow and working memory tests, while the participants whose brain blood flow was regular had no changes with their test scores.

(2) Minimizing sunburn.

After the 12 week period, the minimal erythema dose (MED) level was twice as high for the HF group. Erythema is when the skin starts turning pink from sun exposure. The MED test measures that threshold.

So if you want to suck up more UVB sunshine-sourced vitamin D without burning, skip the Mars Bars and eat high organic cacao content dark chocolate.

(3) Cardiovascular health.

This group discovered that “chocolate consumption is inversely associated with prevalent coronary heart disease (CHD).” In other words, those who ate chocolate had less coronary issues, and the more that was consumed, the lower the risk for CHD.

(4) Inflammation.

Those who consumed dark chocolate moderately had the lowest CRP serum levels. The study concluded with “… regular consumption of small doses of dark chocolate may reduce inflammation.”


These healthy tidbits plus much more natural health science info can be found HERE xx

If you aren’t waking up next to Chris Hemsworth, then the next best thing you can do in the morning are these three body wakening stretches. Stretching first thing in the morning is very important, not only does it feel good, but when we sleep our muscles shorten and contract slightly. Without properly waking up our muscles and joints and fall out of bed into our morning, that’s when back spasm and tight hamstring and a whole list of aches can creep up on us.

Organic Soul‘s stretching benefit list:



  • Loosen muscles, preventing injury or sprains
  • Increase circulation
  • Increase balance and coordination
  • Boost awareness
  • Better posture
  • Prevent pain
  • Boost your mood!


1. Lower Back Stretch

When you first wake, make you’re way to your bedroom floor, lying with your back flat with legs straight together and arms out to your sides. With your left leg straight, bend your right leg and gently pull your right knee into your armpit. Give it a tight squeeze, then draw your bent right knee over to the left, with your left hand gently pressing the outside of that right knee towards to ground. Keep your right arm stretched out to the right side, trying to keep your right shoulder on the ground, with only your back and hips lifting off the floor, and feel the spine twisting and expanding your back. Hold for five deep breaths. Return to beginning and repeat with the left leg.

2. Hamstring Stretch

Stand slowly. Step your right foot about a foot in front of your left. Keeping your right leg straight, lower down into a half squat, bending your left knee and hinging at your hips as your keep your back straight and lowering over your right knee. Rest your hands on your right thigh, never your knee, for that puts unwanted pressure on your joint. Hold for 5 deep breaths and repeat with the other leg.

3. Chest Stretch

Place your hands against your lower back, fingers pointed down and palms flat, just above your bum. Take a deep breath, puff up your chest, then try to do the impossible: try to get your elbows to touch. This impossible movement serves to stretch out your chest muscles.