Skin + Green Tea + High-Protein
Did you know your skin is the largest organ in your body? Yes, it is. The health of your skin impacts your internal organs, and vice-versa. Food, medicines, vaccines, and other toxins affect your health and wellness. Marylyne Ghati, the founder of Clean Beauty Coach, says we know how important it is to care for our skin externally. However, did you know that our skin can also tell us much about what’s happening inside? Taking care of your skin can help prevent health problems in other parts of your body. Read Skinn to learn ten ways the health of your skin impacts your internal organs.
Here is a great way to enjoy Green Tea cocktails for sipping while basking in matching beauty treatments for your hair, skin, or relaxation. Ann McFerran says Green Tea is chock-full of antioxidants and offers a little caffeine kick. While known for soothing and relaxation, this beautifying tea can also be a great asset to your cocktail repertoire. Green Tea is full of vitamins and nutrients that will help you glow from the inside out. Another beauty hack that pairs wonderfully with this drink is taking the used tea bags and placing them underneath your eyes for a brighter under-eye area. Read along for the recipes and beauty hacks in Beauty Bar.
Wellness is not always about size and shape; it’s about maintaining a healthy weight and consuming the proper nutrients for your body. Fitness expert, Courtney LaPorta, shares how to incorporate healthy and personalized practices into your meal and fitness plan. Protein helps manage weight by reducing your appetite, boosting metabolism, and increasing muscle mass and strength. She shares five of her favorite high-protein snacks to help curb cravings and boost energy in Shape.
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