Get healthy hair, skin and nails from the inside out with this delicious, healthy, easy smoothie recipe! We all know it’s sooo hard to have time to eat right and meal prep all the time, so I like to get my nutrients in with a delicious smoothie. What you put into your body is equally (often more!!) important than anything when trying to stay healthy, so it’s so important to incorporate nutrient-dense foods into your diet, every day. Of course, we can all use a little extra help sometimes, so that’s why I was so excited when my friend suggested Nutrafol to me! It’s a daily supplement that helps improve hair growth and thickness. It’s 100% drug-free and made with ingredients like Ashwagandha, Marine Collagen Peptides, Saw Palmetto, and Curcumin. You know how I look at alllll the ingredients, of everything. So if you find your hair thinning, this is for you! And right now, for a limited time, you can get $50 off your first 3 months or $106 off your 6 months, that’s a 3-month or 6-month supply setting you up for consistency and success. Shop Nutrafol here.
Did you know fruits, nuts and seeds have amazing properties that help with skin and hair health? Like wild blueberries, they’re filled with vitamins and antioxidants that help with skin damage and aging, plus are full of zinc and iron that are skin-friendly nutrients. Strawberries are rich in a mineral called silica, which is said to prevent hair breakage and thinning. Flax seeds are a source of B vitamins, nutrients that are known for making your hair grow stronger and healthier. Flax also contains Vitamin E, that can also promote stronger hair follicles and growth. And of course, protein is essential for generating healthy skin and nails, so I like to add protein powder to my smoothies. You can always opt to add in some Greek yogurt, if you are fine with dairy and want to omit the protein powder.
It’s so important to nourish your body, inside and out! Will you make this??
Fresh or frozen wild blueberries
1 tbsp almond butter
Vanilla Protein powder
Add all the ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. I know I didn’t include any quantities, but as you know, I follow my heart with my recipes. You can also use the recommended portions on the package for the flax, chia and protein powder. The amount of fruit will depend on how big a smoothie you want, or how many you’re making.