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4 DAY SkinFood Challenge

Your challenge this week is to simplify your skincare routine and what you eat. Stick to your skincare staples and "refine" your food intake.

Try to cut out or at least reduce:

* anything wheat based (bread, pasta, crackers, bagels).
* dairy.
* alcohol.

And add in more potent, nutrient rich, vitamin rich and antioxidant rich foods directly from the earth:


* fruits like cantaloupe and blueberries.
* beans like chick peas, black beans and lentils.
* potent leafy herbs and vegetables like cilantro, arugula, baby spinach and kale.

Do this and enjoy waking up to clearer, less inflamed skin, a slimmer and more defined face shape and more importantly, a clearer sharper mind, better energy, a more positive feeling about and perception of yourself and the day ahead. Eating the right foods for your body that truly fuel you and make you feel your best are most often the same foods that make your skin look the best too. Your skin is a reflection of what you are putting into your body. No, we can't control every single breakout or fine line with what we eat, but we can improve it so much so that the overall glow and healthy aura that takes over our skin makes us care so much less about the little imperfections that are left.

Here is a 4 DAY meal plan to use as a guide to give your body and skin what it deserves:

 

DAY 1:

Breakfast:
Oatmeal made with Almond Milk. Add in raisins. Side of cantaloupe. Water.
Snack:
Handful of almonds, home made pita toast bites with hummus. Glass of green juice (Store bought to make it easier. I like the Trader Joe's Power of Green Juice.)
Lunch:
Salad (Romaine, Kale and Arugula) with walnuts, onion, olives, carrots and 1/4 avocado. Side of rice and black beans.
Snack:
Carrots with hummus. Banana.
Dinner:
(Non-Vegan) Baked Salmon with smoked paprika.
Baked Potato.
Coleslaw with thin slices of carrot and radishes.
Dessert:
Organic Apple sauce.

DAY 2:

Breakfast:
Fruit Salad (strawberries, mango, blueberries). Pita toast with hummus and tomatoes. Green juice.
Snack:
Slice of homemade or store bought Banana Bread - dairy free and gluten free - meaning it was made purely without the unnecessary extra stuff.
Lunch:
Basmati rice, half avocado, black beans and cilantro. 
Snack:
Pita bites with hummus. Banana.
Dinner:
(Vegan) Veggie Burger.
Three ingredient french fries (potatoes, vegetable oil, sea salt).
Mixed spring greens with walnuts, carrots, olives, lentils, mushrooms.
Dessert:
Cantaloupe. Mango Sorbet or Vegan Ice Cream.

DAY 3:

Breakfast:
(Non-Vegan) 2 Scrambled Eggs with red onion and kale. Topped with cilantro. Side of sliced strawberries and banana. Glass of water.
Snack:
Granola bites.
Lunch:
Lettuce and Tomato sandwich on whole grain sliced bread with hummus. Side dill pickle and plain pita chips.
Snack:
Pita bites with hummus. Banana.
Dinner:
Stir Fry rice with olive oil, sea salt, broccoli, cauliflower, onion and artichoke hearts. (Non-Vegan) Add Shrimp or Boiled Chicken.
Mixed spring greens with walnuts, carrots, olives, avocado, mushrooms. With Oil & Vinegar dressing. 
Dessert:
Slice of Banana Bread and Vegan Ice Cream.

 

DAY 4:

Breakfast:
Fruit Smoothie with Frozen Mixed Berries, Bananas, Peanut Butter, Oat Milk and Ice. Side of Pita Toast with Hummus.
Snack:
Cantaloupe. 
Lunch:
Basmati rice, half avocado, black beans and cilantro. 
Snack:
Pita bites with hummus. Banana.
Dinner:
(Non-Vegan) Baked Halibut with baked potato and corn on the cob. 
Beet Salad with red onion, sea salt, oil & vinegar. 
Dessert:
Organic Fruit Salad. Fudgesicle.

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