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August 2023: Hot Girl Summer - Antioxidant Rich Skin Smoothie

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AUGUST REFLECTIONS

 

AUGUST IS SUCH A BITTERSWEET MONTH for me, IT'S THOSE LAST FEW DROPS OF SUMMER FREEDOM INTERTWINED WITH anticipation of a new season. 
Somehow in AUGUST, the sky is bluer, the TOMATOES bigger, and our soul more playful. We hope you soak in every minute of sunshine in PREPARATION for the transition onto fall.

Butterfly Antioxidant smoothie bowl

 

Start off your day with an anti-inflammatory smoothie bowl rich in Antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins.

 

BLEND TOGETHER

1/3 Cup Coconut Water

1/2 Cup Frozen Pineapple

1 Frozen Bananas

1 Tablespoon Chia Seeds

1/2 Tablespoon Blue Butterfly Pea Powder

 

 

TOPPINGS

Optional Toppings we Enjoyed:

Bananas

Kiwi

Blueberries

Mango

Coconut

Honey

Granola


 

 

Blue Butterfly Pea Powder

Blue butterfly pea powder, sourced from Clitoria ternatea flowers, offers rich antioxidants for cell protection, potential cognitive and eye health benefits, anti-inflammatory properties, stress relief, and natural food coloring. It may also aid digestion, support the immune system, enhance memory & cognitive functions and benefit hair and skin health.

CHIA SEEDS

Chia seeds offer multiple health benefits, including digestive support, brain function improvement, bone strength, anti-inflammatory effects, blood sugar regulation, heart protection, potential cancer prevention, skin protection, and as a natural endurance fuel.

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