Rejuvenation salad

H ladies! 

It’s so easy to get off of the track during the holidays with cocktails, cookies, and all the Christmas baking being passed around, and the sugar flowing. It’s also so easy to think your eating healthy when you go to a restaurant and order a salad, only to know that salad is probably filled with tons of calories, and bad fats. It’s so funny to see sometimes the salads you order in restaurants, when they come loaded with croutons, fatty dressings, and so much more. 

I have included a great salad that is loaded with vitamin C, and fiber, and great protein. This is one of my favorite salads, and it’s an easy salad to prepare before hand if you are on the go. I call it the rejuvenation salad, because it actually makes you feel that way. 

2 cups arugula 

1 cup chopped strawberries 

1 sliced avocado

( optional) 1 cup organic chicken breast sliced 

1/3 cup balsamic vingerette 

( optional) 1/3 cup almonds  

 

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Cleansing? Add a mustard bath to your cleanse

Hi ladies! 

The new year always starts off with resolutions , with the biggest one being weight loss, or starting a cleanse. Well if you are one that has started a cleanse, or intending to start a cleanse, one of the best things you can do is add a bit of detox to your baths. 

It’s been known that Epsom salts help with sore muscles, and help with pulling impurities out of your skin, but recently it’s been in the news about the medicinal properties of mustard seed. Even though Epsom salts still work amazing, mustard seed detox baths are just as amazing. One of the best mustard seed detox is Dr.Singha mustard bath. It’s a very therapeutic and restorative detox that you can add to your baths while cleansing on your detox. While bathing, the mustard seed heats your body up, opening up your pores, and eliminating impurities from your skin. It’s honestly one of the best cleansing baths you can take, and it only adds to your cleansing and detox ritual during your cleanse. Try it out.  

 

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