Eat These 10 Hydrating Foods for Glowing Skin

Eat These 10 Hydrating Foods for Glowing Skin

Came across this article and had to share.  The food combinations sounded so good and unique.  I try to incorporate all of these foods into my diet on a weekly basis.  You should as well.  I also include MCT oil on a daily basis by putting into my tea or coffee along with a little ghee or Kerry Gold butter.

Want Glowing Skin? Eat These 10 Hydrating Foods

Last Thursday, mindbodygreen hosted our second Supper Series in partnership with Sephora, and the theme of the night was hydration. Between two panels we talked about all things water, and the conversation didn’t disappoint—from how to improve the quality of the Earth’s oceans to the best filters for drinking water to how to care for our skin. Following the conversation for the evening was supper, which was a gorgeous three-course meal, plus passed apps of water-dense, high-fat, hydrating foods known for their complexion-changing properties.

We can’t blame you for wanting a sneak peek into the menu! These healing ingredients were instrumental in the menu—not only were they delicious, but many of them are gut-healing, anti-inflammatory, and therefore beneficial for the skin. Next time you’re feeling like your skin needs a boost, reach for one of these…

A Healthy Cafe Mocha

A Healthy Cafe Mocha

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A Healthy Cafe Mocha
Delicious sugar-free, good for you cafe mocha. Add peppermint flavor to make it a peppermint mocha.
Prep Time 10 Minutes
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Optional Additions ~ Use 1 or all
Prep Time 10 Minutes
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  1. Mix the coffee, syrup and any or all of the optional items (except whipped cream and cacao nibs) in a blender. I use an immersion blender for just one serving. Pour into your favorite coffee mug. Add a dollup of whipped cream and sprinkle of nibs if using. Viola! A delicious good for you Cafe Mocha!
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Sugar-Free Chocolate Syrup

Sugar-Free Chocolate Syrup

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Sugar-Free Chocolate Syrup
A delicious sugar-free chocolate syrup that can be used to make hot cocoa, cafe mocha, chocolate milk and more.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
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  1. Mix water, cacao and sweetner together and heat over low heat to a smooth consistancy. Add vanilla and salt. Continue to cook until it thickens. Cool. Transfer to a jar and store in the refrigerator.
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