Skin care tips by urban herbalist

Here is a post to share a couple of nutritional tips for looking after your skin as much as possible (and for reducing acne in case you have oily or acne prone skin) πŸ•Š the tips are carefully noted in a post by urban herbalist, a healthy and wellbeing hub who are noted to include naturopaths, herbalists, a nutritionist and a pharmicist and who are based in auckland, nz 🌸 a couple of the nutrition tips noted include cut out sugar, increase fibre, avoid dairy, eat more omega 3, get more vitamin D, get more zinc and take probiotics and hope noting the tips could be helpful !

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Water with fresh lemons, limes and ginger

Here is a post to share a simple and easy to make recipe for a summer drink, made with just a couple of natural ingredients, including fresh lemons, limes and fresh ginger πŸ•Š my cousin Pete carefully chose a lime tree from a plant nursery where he and his family work just a couple of years ago (in 2016) and there are a lot of limes growing on the lime tree in our garden 🌸 I often make the summer drink with fresh lemons and limes from the trees in our garden at home to help to keep as hydrated as possible, and hope the summer drink recipe could be helpful in case it is warm and sunny where you are from too, or in case you love fresh fruits a lot too.

Summer peaches with honey and almonds

Here is a post to share a recipe for summer peaches, with fresh honey and chopped almonds I sometimes make in the summer, when there are a lot of beautiful different kinds of ripe peaches (golden, pink) from countryside orchards πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈ for the recipe you would just need a couple of ripe peaches, fresh honey and whole natural almonds, and you could also include creamy yoghurt and any other kind of fruit you enjoy, or a different kind of fruit in case you cannot find any peaches close by to where you are (could also include strawberries, watermelon, oranges, bananas, blueberries).

December favourites

Hope you had a merry Christmas, and are enjoying a safe, happy and playful holidays πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈ here is a post to share and note a couple of natural beauty care, skin care and a couple of other favourite things for the month of December πŸ•Š a couple of the favourites include an organic coconut body lotion by mailelani samoa, an organic matcha latte recipe made with almond milk noted by the minimalist baker, a vanilla cupcake candle made by sweet treats and co, eco friendly body care by everkind and an album by Carla Bruni with kind and gentle songs, in both French and English.

November favourites

Here is a post to share a couple of natural beauty care, skin care and other kinds of favourites for the month of November πŸ•Š one of the favourites includes a recipe for strawberries and banana with honey and almonds; it is early summer here in NZ (where I am from) and we just bought a first punnet of strawberries from our local fruit and veggie shop a couple of weeks ago 🌸 a couple more favourites for the month of November include the KORA Organics rose quartz heart facial sculptor, a couple of natural beauty care ideas with lavender flowers, an organic maca powder and a couple of light blue cotton tops.

Organic maca powder, a superfood

I just bought an organic maca root powder supplement from a health shop who are based in NZ a couple of days ago, and just began trying the maca powder supplement πŸ•Š the organic maca powder is by BioBalance, and I had not tried a maca powder supplement before, although it is noted to be a superfood and to help to support a positive uplift in energy, and a lot of other benefits your body, health and wellbeing 🌸 a couple of the benefits of maca powder are noted to include hormonal balance, energy and vitality and a healthy immune system, and I will also write a second blog post in a couple of weeks to help to describe any positive changes, in case it could be helpful.

A chicken recipe by Miranda Kerr

Here is a post to share a recipe for slow cooked chicken by Miranda Kerr, noted on the KORA Organics Spread the Light blog πŸ•Š I often cook for my mum and younger brother Chris and although I enjoy plant based recipes a lot and try to create and cook plant based recipes as much as possible, the chicken recipe by Miranda Kerr is so lovely and nourishing and is made with a lot of healthy and nurturing ingredients, including coconut oil, turmeric, rosemary, onions and garlic 🌸 the recipe is a slow cook recipe, where the chicken is quite carefully made and is cooked for about 4 hours, and you can also make roast vegetables and green vegetables to eat with the chicken too.

Strawberries and banana with honey and almonds

Here is a simple and plant based recipe for fresh strawberries and banana, with honey and chopped almonds πŸ•ŠΒ it is spring, early summer in NZ (where I am from) and the weather is warm and sunny and we just bought a packet of strawberries from our local fruit and veggie market a couple of days ago (our first strawberries of the season) 🌸 strawberries are one of my favourite fruits, and I hope the recipe could be helpful in case you enjoy strawberries a lot too! to make the recipe, you just need fresh strawberries and banana, honey and whole almonds to chop, and you could hopefully find the ingredients for the recipe in your garden and at your local shop or fruit and veggie market 🌸

A veggie pizza recipe

Here is a recipe for a veggie pizza I often make for our family for dinner, and made for lunch just a couple of days ago πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈ the pizza dough is made in our bread maker and the pizza is made with mostly plant based ingredients you could hopefully find in your garden or at your local fruit and veggie market or shop, and you could also change the cheese to a plant based cheese in case you are hoping for the recipe to be plant based 🌸 a couple of the ingredients included on the pizza include a simple home made tomato sauce, red bell pepper, cheese and fresh herbs from the garden, and you could also include any different kinds of ingredients you enjoy, including courgettes, lean protein, rocket, olives, capers, sun dried tomatoes, artichokes and more.

Cacao and almond energy balls

Here is a recipe for cacao and almond energy balls, created by Ella, the founder and creative director of Deliciously Ella πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈΒ I often made the cacao and almond energy balls when I was almost finished studying at University, to help to feel energised and keep pepped up when writing essays and before exams. The cacao and almond energy balls by Ella are so delicious and nice to make, and are made with a lot of nourishing and plant based ingredients, including almonds, raw cacao powder and coconut oil. The recipe for the cacao and almond energy balls is from Ella's blog and website, Deliciously Ella and there are also more recipes for energy balls with different flavours in case you enjoy different flavours too 🌸