Whether you have a rolling green lawn or a sunny windowsill, you can—and should—try your hand at a beautifying herb garden this year.
I’d love to transition to more raw meals that are heavy on the detoxifying greens, but they don’t always satisfy when my body still needs warmth. The solution? A detoxifying spring soup!
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Hold on to your Clarisonic, these beautifying tools are a serious departure from what you’d consider to be your typical prettifying devices!
These Raw Cacao Almond Truffles are actually beneficial for our skin and our bodies, and completely free of refined sugar. Make them once and I predict that they’ll become a go-to sweet treat. You’ll serve them at holiday parties. You’ll give wrap them up in a lovely box and give them as a gift. And they won’t leave you with that terrible, over-sugared feeling.
My Spicy Horseradish Dressing is the perfect topping for spicy greens like arugula and mustard. It’s packed with protein and horseradish, a beauty veggie (in spite of its ugliness) that boosts your outer glow and decreases water retention.
Get your skin out of winter mode with this anti-aging salad, designed to show off spring’s bounty and give you a big boost of beauty nutrition.
It’s quite simple to whip up skin-friendly soups at home with whatever combo or beans, grains and vegetables you have in the fridge. I love the illustrated graphic recipe on how to make a simple soup at home, courtesy of Whole Foods.
Dr. Oz recently shared a list of five fruits and vegetables that pack a major anti-aging punch. Get these foods into your diet today, and as often as possible…