8 Beautifying NutriBullet Recipes for Glowing Skin

8 Beautifying NutriBullet Recipes for Glowing Skin

Beauty begins from within, meaning the foods you eat can either make you glow like the radiant woman you are or drown in dullsville! No longer do you need fancy, overpriced creams, cleansers, or serums to nourish beautiful skin. While genetics, the environment and other lifestyle choices play a role in your appearance, don’t underestimate the power of the foods in your kitchen when it comes to complexion perfection.

1. Kale Me Beautiful

Hydrating coconut water rounds out this flavorful Blast of kale and antioxidant-rich berries. Add in some silken tofu to lend a delightful creamy texture, but also boost your protein, the building blocks necessary for silky hair, wrinkle-free skin and strong nails.

2. Sipping Pretty NutriBlast

David Wolfe says, “The beauty of our hair, skin and nails depends on how mineralized we are.” Deficiencies in minerals like zinc and selenium have been linked to acne. Lucky for us, cacao is one of the most antioxidant and mineral-rich superfoods around. Pair it with some sweet goji berries and healthy fats found in almonds for the ultimate dessert-like beauty tonic.

3. Lemon Lavender Blast

Chronic stress is the number one contributor to aging. Calm your mind and relax with this Lemon Lavender Blast in hand. Lavender has been shown to help reduce anxiety. In addition, those struggling with insomnia may spritz this delightful aroma on their pillow before falling asleep. Blast your way to pure bliss.

4. Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

Chia seeds rock with their omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fiber. These three nutrients promote strength, radiance and a glowing complexion. Omega-3s are known to be powerful anti-inflammatory nutrients – bye-bye dark puffy under eyes! Fiber helps rid our bodies of toxins and the building blocks of protein, amino acids, pull together to form those long, strong, luscious locks of hair. And did I mention…chocolate?!

5. Blueberry Avocado Blast

Free radicals don’t stand a chance against blueberries, one of the most commonly consumed antioxidant-abundant superfoods. Less oxidative stress means fewer signs of aging. What I love best about blueberries is their sweet taste that comes without a ton of added sugar. Blueberries carry a low glycemic index, meaning they don’t spike your blood sugar. Managing blood sugar levels ensures proper blood circulation, allowing nutrients to flow freely throughout the body to keep you looking and feeling your best.

6. Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin shouldn’t be overlooked until Thanksgiving! Pureed pumpkin is a delicious, convenient source of beautifying beta-carotene. This carotenoid is converted to vitamin A in the body and is involved in the growth and repair of damaged tissues, including skin cells. It may also act as an added protector from harmful UV rays. Mix in coconut, nature’s most versatile food (seriously, what can’t you do with coconut oil?) and some curry, a spice containing turmeric, known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

7. Papaya Pineapple Blast

These two tropical favorites not only contain digestive enzymes, but the natural bromelain found in pineapple may help reduce inflammation. Proper digestion and keeping the flame tamed are two key elements that help radiate beauty from within.

8. Mango Green Tea Blast

Green tea conjures up images of a serene spa with soothing music and pleasant aromas. Recreate that spa experience at home with this antioxidant-abundant Blast. Green tea is the best food source of catechins, antioxidants more powerful than vitamins C and E in reducing oxidative damage to cells. Plus, green tea has shown to provide other disease-fighting properties as well. It’s a win-win.

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Hi there, thanks for sharing this article. Next week I am going to attend the pool party with my friends and I want to look more attractive in the party and I think these recipes will really help me.
Comment by AKLawson
October 30, 2015
All the drinks here looks very tasty as well as healthy too. In addition to such healthy drinks and foods, a massage therapy will also do a great job in enhancing your beauty and for glowing skin. Visit at http://www.lindarabah.com/#!facebodyworks-massage-therapy/c110d
My favourite is definitely the Blueberry avocado blast! So quick and easy to do and tastes so great as well! Check out some additional health tips and some great additional information on the Nutribullet here http://bit.ly/1Gfv3dD
My 14 yr old daughter loves making her smoothie with Nutribullet. She has Neutropenia which means she has low white blood cells making her susceptible to diseases. Since having Nutribullet she is healthy and her immune system is very strong...no more trips to the ER. Thank you so much for this amazing invention. God Bless.
Reply by Mkardos
September 07, 2015
Hi I never heard anyone speak of this -- I have it to -- avoiding bone marrow test --- any awesome blasts for low whites
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