For example, blueberries are high in antioxidants which neutralize free radicals that can damage skin from sun exposure. They also contain Vitamin C which helps prevent wrinkles.
Watermelon, another summer favourite, is high in lycopene (more so than tomatoes!), which absorbs UVA and UVB radiation. If you're consistently including watermelon in your diet, it has also been shown to provide natural sun-blocking properties.
The quote 'Let Food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food' has never rang more true!
These are all things that we can choose whether or not we want to make space for them in our life.
We can simply accept the world as it is and remain victim to the unhealthy thoughts, foods & people or we can make a change and stand up for what is important.
Don’t be afraid to ask the hard questions, go against the grain and stand out!
So, today I challenge you to take a moment to think about what is important to you and what steps you can take, right here and right now, to create a different path for yourself. A path that supports a healthy, vibrant life & society rather than one where you’re just blindly following the person in front of you not knowing (or caring!) where it will lead.
This life is yours. Live it!
Sleep! Another crucial component to our overall health. Unfortunately, many of us struggle to get enough.
This week we'll look at the difference between inflammation and bloating, and what can be done to mitigate these issues.
Inflammation and bloating are becoming increasingly common in westernized societies. However, just because something is common, does not mean that it is normal.