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Healthy Breakfast #1: Wild Blueberry Chia Oatmeal with Walnuts


Healthy Breakfast for Glowing Skin: Blueberries, Chia seeds, Walnuts, Oatmeal

Healthy Breakfast for Glowing Skin: Blueberries, Chia seeds, Walnuts, Oatmeal

Blueberry Chia Walnuts Oatmeal from Kathy at lunchboxbunch.com

Key Ingredients:

Steel-cut oats: Provide you with protein, fiber, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, zinc and potassium.

Chia seeds: Are loaded with antioxidants and protein as well as fiber, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus while adding very few calories.

Ground flax seeds: Good source of Omega-3s and fiber. Use ground flax seeds for better absorption of nutrients.

Blueberries: Super high in antioxidants that help fight premature aging.

Goji berries: Excellent source of antioxidants and beta-carotene. Warning: goji berries may interact with some drugs. If you take warfarin (a blood thinner), diabetes or blood pressure drug talk with your doctor first.

Walnuts: Rich in Omega-3s and Vitamin E that are essential for smooth, glowing skin.

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This homemade hair mask has only 2 ingredients!

DIY Hair Mask For Dry Curly Hair. This easy hair mask has only 2 ingredients: coconut milk + vitamin E! Great for dry hair and for making your hair grow faster.

Easy DIY Hair Mask For Dry Naturally Curly Hair


Being born with naturally curly hair can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. Sure, curled hair looks sexy and beautiful but it also tends to be very dry and needs a lot of extra care. I find that leaving in conditioner after I wash my hair makes a big difference and so do the weekly hair masks.

I have purchased a lot of commercial hair masks over the years but I found that a good homemade hair mask works much better on my naturally curly hair. Below is one if the easy DIY hair masks from my arsenal for curled hair.

I like to use leftover coconut milk for this simple 2-ingredient DIY hair mask:

1/2 cup of Coconut Milk

1 teaspoon of Vitamin E Oil (eyeball it)

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