Skin glowing juice

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Good morning guys! One thing I need in my life to kick start my days is a big jar of fresh pressed green juice! I’m totally addicted. It fills me with energy and pure freshness. I can honestly say that I have seen my skin developing better after drinking these green goodness every morning before my breakfast. What I use depends on what I have in hand. But I always try to use most greens and less fruits. Below you find the recipe for today’s juice.

You will need:

1 peeled lemon

1 cucumber

1 bundle of celery

1 thumb of ginger

some slices of pineapple

1 big handful of spinach

1 big handful of kale

Throw it in the juicer and enjoy how it fills your body with pure vitamins, minerals and good stuff! Simply a health-bomb in a glass


A healthy outside starts from the inside ❤ 

 

xoxo

3 Skin care tips

Hi guys! Today I thought I would share with you some of my tips when it comes to skin care. Aren’t we all dreaming of having a naturally healthy glow? Below you find 3 tips that really helps me to keep my skin clean and healthy.

Protect yourself from the sun. I use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with spf 50 all year around. This is so important for anti-aging and to protect your skin from pigmentation.

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You are what you eat. It is some true in that. Add those fruits and veggies into your diet, they are full of essentials vitamins and minerals that will help your skin glow from the inside and out. Stay hydrated with drinking enough water and eat hydrating food that is high in water content like cucumber, celery, tomatoes, oranges etc. Make sure you’re getting enough vitamin C and zinc that do support the production of collagen and elastin. Healthy fats is so important for your skin and body in general, so go a little nuts with the nuts! Avocado and seeds are also great sources for adding healthy fats to your diet.

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Cleansing your skin. Always remove your makeup and hydrate your skin before going to bed. You should also cleanse, hydrate and protect (sunscreen) your skin in the morning before you apply any makeup.

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This cleanser by Zo skin health is what I got recommended by a dermatologist this weekend when visiting a clinic. I’m excited to try it out. Will let you know what I think later on.

 

These are some simple steps that will benefit your skin in the long term.

 


Glowing skin is always in ❤ 

 

 

xoxo

Glowing from the inside!

No glowing products will ever give you that radiant healthy glowy skin like healthy eating will do! Try out this beautiful green juice recipe to boost your skin glow from the inside!

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This is what you need:

– 1 bundle of celery

– 1 lemon peeled

– a handful of spinach

– 1/2 cucumber

– 1 apple

– 1 thumb of fresh ginger

Juice it and enjoy it! I prefer drinking it by it self, at least 30 minutes between any food, to let the body absorb all the nutrients from it!

 

xoxo

Monday’s healthy tips

Hello Monday! I hope you all had a fantastic start on the new week, loaded with new energy. Today I wanted to share some of my breakfast recipes that I absolutely love! Specially at this time of the year when it’s cold outside. I’m very much a smoothie kind of girl when it comes to breakfast, but when it’s very cold outside I prefer something warm. For me, oatmeal is the way to go! It is loaded with fiber that helps you keep full during your morning. Also what I love about oats is that the variations are endless! You can mix it with superfood, berries, nuts and seeds or whatever you prefer. Below I share two recipes I really like. They are nutritious and delicious (and vegan).

Coconut-berry oatmeal

Recipe:

  • 2 dl oats
  • 4 dl water
  • cinnamom
  • 1,5 cup of mixed berries (rapberries & blueberries)
  • pinch of pink salt
  • 1/2 sliced banana
  • shredded coconut
  • pumpkin seeds

Cook up the oats, berries, salt and the cinnamon with the water. When it’s finished, top it with sliced banana, shredded coconut and pumpkin seeds. So delicious!

Apple cinnamon oatmeal 

Recipe:

  • 2 dl oats
  • 1 dl organic apple sauce
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp coconut flower sugar
  • 1/2 apple finely chopped
  • some water to cook

Put everything in a pot and cook it until you have the right consistency. I served it with some chopped apple and a little bit of maple syrup on top.

 

What is you favorite breakfast? Let me know.

xoxo