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Naked Glow Hot Chocolate Recipe

Unlike traditional hot chocolate recipes – potentially sugar laden and low in nutrients, this Naked Glow Healthy Hot Chocolate recipe is packed with goodies to get your cheeks glowing! 

What more can you ask for… warmth in winter, flavanols galore and a delicious drink to bring it all together! There is no need to feel guilty with this hot chocolate and sit back, relax and indulge as it nourishes, calms and creates radiant beauty!

Gone are the days of commercial hot chocolates with loads of fortification, powered dairy substitutes, flavour and emulsifier additives. This new gourmet health conscious era heralds many types of milks, sweeteners, boosters, raw cocoa and organic chocolates which when blended or melted make a smooth, rich and divine hot chocolate.

To make it easy to DIY your own drink I have created this Hot Chocolate Formula Chalkboard.

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BEAUTY BENEFITS

Here are a few of the delicious skin food ingredients on the board.

Dark Chocolate: Providing the perfect boost of flavonols to nourish your body, these antioxidants help to fight against free radicals, preserving a youthful, bright complexion. They work to protect your skin from the suns damaging UV rays  while helping maintain it’s elasticity.  The cacao in chocolate slows collagen breakdown by  naturally reducing the amount of stress hormones released.

Raw Cacao: The unheated/ minimally processed base from which dark chocolate is made. Raw cacao is full of flavonols to protect and tighten your skin.  Raw cacao provides a much higher amount of these antioxidants, therefore a greater benefit in your body! Magnesium helps to relax your body and mind while phenylethylamine is a natural mood enhancer, helping you to stay positive!

Mesquite Powder: This high protein powder is the perfect addition to maintain stable blood sugar levels. It is low in GI and contains a natural sweetness to tickle your taste buds. It is also filled with vitamins including calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc helping to boost the nutrient content of your healthy hot chocolate.

Maca Powder: A healing herb from Peru. Known for the power to energise and revitalise, some like to call maca there very own superfood! It is a complete source of essential amino acids as well as containing alkalising properties. This helps to restore and balance the body, reducing its acidic state while working to maintain correct body processes.

Chia Seeds: Although they may be small, chia seeds are packed with goodness and help thicken your chocolate drink. Their high in omega three fatty acid content is ideal for both your brain and body! They work to reduce inflammation and keep skin cells hydrated to create a gorgeous plump complexion. They also ward off wrinkles as well as help acne – perfect for maintaining a bright, youthful complexion. Chia seeds also have a high protein content which helps to build and rejuvenate cells, creating a fresh and glowing appearance.

Cinnamon: Works to help skin neutralise free radicals, preventing them from causing damage and triggering inflammation, cinnamon is full of protecting antioxidants. It helps to brighten your complexion, as well as tightening and smoothing your skin! 

NAKED GLOW HOT CHOCOLATE RECIPE

To make the perfect hot chocolate for glowing skin – simply refer to the chalkboard image and start experimenting with ingredients and quantities for this hot chocolate recipe.
Here, I give you a little more detail on the making!

In a Vitamix or high speed blender that heats as it blends thru friction and creates the most creamy smooth texture, combine ingredients and whiz on high until mixture has heated up and is well blended. You can use traditional chocolate pieces as they will melt as it heats. Fill the bowl 2/3rds max.

On the stove. Heat hot chocolate recipe mixture in a saucepan whisk until all ingredients are combined and or melted.

To Serve: Create a little ritual around the making of your hot chocolate recipe. Select an earthen wear bowl or mug, lay a little tray and find a special place to savour your drink.

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Benefits of magnesium rich foods

Benefits of Magnesium: the Most Powerful Relaxation fix

If you’re feeling stressed, tense or twitchy the chances are your body is craving the benefits of magnesium. This potent mineral is regarded as a secret weapon against health issues as diverse as diabetes, high blood pressure, insomnia, depression, noise induced hearing loss and even cancer.

Did you know – magnesium also eases sleep disorders and anxiety and is a proven tonic for troublesome skin? See below for more on this.

I’ve studied the scientific papers and this ‘magic mineral’ really does support the nervous system and keep skin looking clear and beautiful.

So here’s all the medical know-how you need to harness the enormous benefits of magnesium.

What does magnesium do?

Magnesium is the body’s fourth most abundant mineral and is the catalyst for more than 300 important biochemical reactions – mostly in the brain, muscles and bones.

The ultimate relaxant, it helps uncoil tension in both mind and body such as muscle tightness, irritability, cramps (sports injuries/period pains) and stiffness.

Not having enough of this nutrient can be hugely detrimental to your health.

One study in the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine goes as far as saying magnesium deficiency makes you twice as likely to die as people who have optimum levels.

Doctors even use it intravenously in critical situations such as seizures and heart disorders. And one US doctor says 65 % of people admitted to intensive care have magnesium deficiency.

So it’s hardly surprising this disease-preventing mineral is one of the most popular today. Not only does it regulate muscle and nerve function, blood sugar levels and blood pressure, it makes protein, bone and DNA.

One of the most important benefits of magnesium is helping cells make energy. Its existence is essential for an important cell protein called ATP (adenosine triphosphate) to provide energy for almost all our metabolic processes.

Benefits of magnesium for problem skin

Research has revealed increasing your magnesium intake may also help solve problem skin.

Magnesium and calcium are required in the fluid surrounding cells to aid wound healing. So having optimum magnesium levels helps naturally repair acne-prone skin.

It also has therapeutic qualities for those with sensitive skin.  Proof comes in the form of a test on rats that were fed a magnesium-deficient diet leading to itchy, inflamed skin.

Help heal dry lips with magnesium rich Lip Nourish

Why is it likely you are magnesium deficient?

Studies have shown it’s likely more than half of adults are not meeting the recommended daily amount (RDA) which is 310-320mg for women and 400-420mg for men.

See here for RDAs for all our ages and stages of life.

The benefits of magnesium were easy to obtain a century ago when we got an estimated 500mg daily dose from food alone. But unfortunately, many of us are now deficient due to highly processed diets and the deterioration of soil.

Unfortunately, few tests are able to accurately diagnose magnesium deficiency. Only about 1% of it is detectable in blood tests while 50 to 60% resides in bones and soft tissues.

Some factors triggering poor magnesium absorption include not having enough Vitamin B6, Vitamin D and selenium in your diet. This has led some researchers to recommend taking 600-900mg of magnesium a day.

Other common reasons are:

    • Consuming excess alcohol, salt, coffee (diuretics), acidic fizzy drinks
    • A high fibre / low protein diet
    • Heavy periods
    • Sweating
    • Drugs including antibiotics
    • Illness involving upset stomachs

How you know you need magnesium

The great news is you can rebalance by knowing the symptoms of low magnesium stores.

These include migraines, heart palpitations, irritability, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue.

Less well known symptoms of magnesium deficiency are:

    • Kidney stones
    • Osteoporosis
    • Trouble swallowing
    • Eye twitches/restless legs/attention deficit disorder

With such a broad list of health problems linked to being low in this mineral – it can be hard to work out if you need to boost your intake. But doctors say more magnesium-rich meals are better than supplements.

The body has built-in mechanisms to naturally rid itself of excess minerals through naturally excreted waste.

But magnesium pills and powders are easier to overdose and their absorption can be blocked by stomach acids. Ingesting too much can cause nausea, diarrhoea and, in extreme cases, heart palpitations or heart attack.

Thankfully, there are many safe ways it can be added to your daily beauty and recipe routines so you can reap all the benefits of magnesium.

Lips and skin literally lap it up via mineral-packed makeup such as Lip Nourish, whose cold pressed avocado oils assist skin barrier repair. Many magnesium oils, sprays and roll-ons on the market promise to relieve migraines, muscle spasms and sleeplessness.

While simply taking a bath with magnesium flakes (magnesium chloride), which are more potent than traditional Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate), can relax muscles, calm the nervous system and soothe dry, flaky skin caused by psoriasis and eczema.

Scientists have proved its potency as a skin protector by applying magnesium salts directly onto damaged skin which sped up healing. But be cautious of products claiming to remove skin tags, sun spots, moles and blemishes. These need to be assessed by a doctor.

By far the best way to extract your optimum magnesium levels is through nutrient-filled foods that work with your body to restore natural equilibrium.

The mix of food is important as fibre tends to reduce magnesium absorption rates while probiotics (yoghurt) doubles them.

Here’s a list of 17 top magnesium rich foods to consume for radiant skin and a stress-free life:

Fruits & Vegetables:
Prickly pear – 88mg in one piece of fruit
Spinach – 83mg in 1/2 cup of cooked spinach
Chard – 80mg in 1/2 cup of cooked chard
Potato – 44-55mg in a medium cooked potato with skin!

Dairy/Dairy Alternatives:
Soy cheese – 114mg in 50g of soy cheese
Soy yoghurt – 70mg in 3/4 cup of soy yoghurt
Milk – 24-27mg in 1 cup

Nuts & seeds:
Pumpkin seed – 317mg in 1/4 cup
Brazil nuts – 133mg in 1/4 cup
Sunflower seeds – 115mg in 1/4 cup
Almonds – 88-109mg in 1/4 cup
Cashews – 90mg in 1/4 cup

Grains:
Quinoa – 63mg in 125ml of cooked quinoa

Fruits:
Banana – 32mg in 1 medium banana
Avocado – 44mg in 1 cup
Figs – 20mg in 100grams of fresh figs

Dark chocolate –the ultimate indulgence – need I say more!
292mg in 100 grams of bitter / dark chocolate

You can find more foods with their magnesium content on the Dietitians of Canada website

For more information about the nutrients, antioxidants and anti-inflammatories in food, download our free Beauty Nutrition Handbook

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beauty benefits of camu camu

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Often found in powdered form, camu camu berries are native to the Amazon, South America.  They are tiny grape like berries, bursting with phytonutrients and are reddish in colour.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Phytonutrients such as anthocyanins, and ellagic acid, vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese and amino acids  including valine, leucine and serine.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF CAMU CAMU:

Camu camu berries contain one of the highest levels of vitamin C, second to kakadu plum. This means they are perfect for protecting against signs of early ageing! Camu camu works to enhance collagen production in which vitamin C is a co-factor to create firm, youthful skin, warding off wrinkles and sagging. It also supports the immune system, keeping you feeling and looking your best! The presence of amino acids aids muscle growth and recovery keeping you energised after a long week.

COOK

Camu camu is sold in powdered or tablet form.  Try adding it in to dishes to give them some gorgeous berry like flavour such as smoothies, yoghurts and desserts.

TIP

Look for beauty products containing camu camu, either online or at your local beauty store.  It is a gorgeous natural food ingredient and its high vitamin C content will really make a difference!

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beauty benefits of watermelon

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Watermelons are known for their vibrant green skin and lush pinky red flesh.  They grow on vines and are native to Africa, thriving in tropical locations.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Antioxidants such as beta carotene, lycopene, vitamin C and vitamin A, vitamin B6, thiamin, citrulline, copper, magnesium and potassium.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF WATERMELON:

Watermelon is high in citrulline which is converted to the amino acid, arginine in your body.  Arginine soothes your muscles while increasing blood flow which is fabulous for promoting hair growth as it ensures a healthy scalp and encourages circulation of blood and nutrients. Watermelons are also alkaline foods which balance the acidity levels in your body.  They are rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, and lycopene all of which help to protect your skin and body from free radical damage, leaving your skin feeling fresh and revitalized.

COOK:

Watermelon has a high water content of 92% which makes it a great snack and helps to keep you hydrated. Watermelon rind and seeds can also be eaten, they’re high in iron and zinc, but compared to the flesh they don’t have a very appealing taste!

TIP:

Don’t forget to allow your watermelons ripen! The highest concentration of lycopene and beta carotene is found in a ripe watermelon, when it turns to a more redish colour.  A ripe watermelon is heavy, and slightly dulled when compared to it’s shiny unripe skin.

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beauty benefits of peach

beauty food peach

With soft skin, sweet flesh and a pleasant aroma, peaches are the perfect addition to your summery days, bringing a gorgeous boost of antioxidants!

FOOD ACTIVES:

Phenols, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, potassium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, copper, selenium and fibre.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF PEACH:

Peaches are high in both vitamin A and vitamin C which makes a gorgeous combination for your skin! These two antioxidants work to ensure healthy regeneration of skin cells to keep it soft and bright while greatly reducing damage done by free radicals. The presence of phenols in peaches protects your hair from the summer sun, protecting against damage from UV rays while selenium encourages hair growth for lush strong strands. They also help to cleanse your kidneys from toxins due to their diuretic nature.

COOK:

Eat peaches with their skin on, you can run them under cold water before eating to get rid of their slightly fuzzy texture. Warm them in a pan by slicing, removing the seed and sprinkling with cinnamon.

TIP:

When buying peaches, check to see how they feel. They shouldn’t be overly hard or mushy, when squeezed gently their skin should give slightly to the pressure.  Avoid ones with wrinkled skin and look for ones with a sweet aroma and buy organic when possible.

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beauty benefits of zucchini

beauty food zucchini

Also known as a courgette or a summer squash, zucchini is dark green in colour and is related to both squash and pumpkin.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Vitamin A, vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, manganese and zinc.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF ZUCCHINI:

Zucchini’s high water content helps to revitalise and hydrate your skin while manganese helps the body to develop strong bones and teeth.  Vitamin A in zucchini also protects the skin by being present within the epidermal layer, acting to absorb the suns UV rays to help maintain healthy, bright skin. It also helps to prevent age spots, wrinkles and sagging from forming.

COOK:  

Usually served cooked, zucchini can be steamed, grilled, baked and fried.  A quick cook is all it needs, drizzle with some oil or throw it into a stir fry.

TIP:

Try cutting long and flat slices of zucchini.  Quickly fry, bake or grill the strips with oil and roll up some mixed veg inside,  creating sushi made from zucchini!

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Step 1. Simply click on the  skin food image .

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Step 5. Display on your fridge file in a A-Z card box in your kitchen.

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beauty benefits of cashews

beauty food cashews

Cashews come from a fruit known as a cashew apple which is a tropical plant native to Brazil called a cashew tree.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Riboflavin, zeaxanthin, Vitamin E, copper, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, selenium and zinc.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF CASHEWS:

Cashews contain are powerful combination of selenium and vitamin E. Selenium works to boost hair growth and maintain a healthy scalp which in turn stops dandruff, whilst Vitamin E provides antioxidant protection for your hair and creating a natural shine. Cashews are also high in magnesium which helps to relax the body and mind. It is also vital for healthy bones and teeth.

COOK:

As a popular snacking food both raw, salted or roasted, cashews can also be ground to make pastes, help to thicken stews and used as a base for desserts. Add it to salads, stir fry’s or even make your own nut butter.

TIP:

Mix cashews in some oil, sprinkle on some spices such as cumin and salt and roast at around 150 degrees for half an hour. These are perfect for nibbles when entertaining.

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beauty benefits of celery

beauty food celery

Light green in colour, celery contains long straight stalks which branch into a lush leafy top.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Phytonutrients, vitamin K, riboflavin, vitamin B6, vitamin C, apiuman, calcium, potassium, magnesium, molybdenum, silica and fibre.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF CELERY:

Celery is in rich vitamin K with a high water content which works to brighten your skin by reducing darkness from under your eyes, dullness and helping to keep skin cells plump. It also contains apiuman, a polysaccharide which provides anti-inflammatory benefits while silica strengthens your nails, encouraging healthy growth. Celery is also an alkalizing vegetable, meaning it helps to decrease acidity in your body and restore balance.

COOK:  

All of celery is edible! Commonly used for its petiole (stalk), the leaves of celery are also full of nutrients. Use celery in soups, stews or salads.

TIP:

Choose celery that looks crisp and crunchy. To regrow celery from scraps, chop the base of the celery about 10cm from the end and place it in a dish of water in a sunny area. After around three weeks you can transplant it into the garden.

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beauty benefits of pineapple

beauty food pineapple

A symbol of paradise, pineapples with their sweet tropical flavour are indigenous to south America. They contain tough, waxy leaves with a distinct, green to yellow patterned skin with fibrous yellow flesh and a darker yellow, edible core.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Vitamin C, vitamin B6, thiamin, folate, bromelain, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, magnesium, potassium, manganese, copper and fibre.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF PINEAPPLE:

The key beauty benefits of pineapple stem from the enzyme known as bromelain.  Bromelain is anti-inflammatory which softens skin and helps to reduce redness or swelling. It can help with digestion, working to ease bloating. With its high vitamin C, pineapple is also great to tighten and plump skin for radiant, glowing skin.

COOK:

This vibrant fruit can be eaten fresh or cooked.  Pineapple is great when juiced, added to a fruit salad, or even in savoury dishes!

TIP:

Once picked, pineapples become juicier but not sweeter so be sure to pick one with a sweet aroma and healthy green leaves. Try to pluck a leaf from the center, if it comes out it is ripe but if it comes out too easy it is over ripe.   Once cut,  cover and refrigerate for 2 days.

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beauty benefits of paprika

beauty benefits of paprika

Paprika is a spice made from dried, ground chili.  It can vary from  orange to deep red in colour and is generally less spicy than chilli or cayenne powder.  Paprika can range from mild to hot in spiciness with either a smoked or sweeter flavour.

FOOD ACTIVES:

Vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin K, carotenoids, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and folate.

BEAUTY BENEFITS OF PAPRIKA:

Beauty benefits of paprika stem from its carotenoids galore! The mixture of lutein and zeaxanthin works to maintain a healthy eye sight. Paprikas carotenoids work  to enhance radiant skin instead of a dull tone while vitamin K helps to remove the darkness under your eyes. Beauty benefits of paprika also maintain healthy and gorgeous hair as iron enhances oxygen delivery, to allow the hair to continue to grow while Vitamin B6 helps to prevent hair loss by stimulating healthy growth of cells. This creates a healthy environment for hair growth, revitalising your cells for strong, shiny locks!

COOK:

Paprika is used to both colour and season meals, such as soups, rice and stews.  Combine with garlic or cayenne powder to rub over chicken, meat or fish or lightly sprinkle with oil over potatoes, carrots or cauliflower before roasting.

TIP:

Looking to bring out gorgeous flavour, colour and beauty benefits of paprika? Paprikas properties are more pronounced when it is heated with a small amount of oil and then mixed into the dish.

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