Nutrition for healthy skin

Our skin is the largest organ of the body. The skin protects us from variations in temperature, micro-organisms, chemicals and gives us the sensation of touch, cold and heath. What many people don’t know is that nutrition plays a crucial role in the health of your skin, in fact, many if not all skin problems such as; Acne, rosacea, psoriasis and dry skin, are all affected by your diet.

Coffee nap?

Most of us associate caffeine with feeling awake or getting an energy boost right? So the idea of a coffee nap may sound crazy to you as it was for me but, it seems that drinking a cup of coffee about 20 minutes before taking a nap it’s more effective than drinking a cup of coffee or taking a nap alone.

Avocado brownies

Why avocados? Because they are excellent, rich in potassium and fibre. Also, a great way to replace butter or oil in many recipes! Easy, tasty full of flavour, gluten-free and dairy-free! Let’s get started Ingredients: One large avocado 1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce 1/2 cup honey One teaspoon vanilla extract Three large eggs 1/2 cup …

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All about Magnesium

Magnesium is considered the “anti-stress mineral” It is also a natural tranquilliser. More than 300 chemical reactions inside your body depend on it, from regulating muscle and nerve function to making protein, bone, and DNA. Your body can store magnesium, and our skeleton is the largest reservoir we have, but your body doesn’t make magnesium on its own. Ideally, we will get enough from our diet, but since most of our food grow in magnesium-deficient soil resulting in weak plant growth, Magnesium deficiency is common.