Wellness Tidbits Ahoy!

Hola hola hola! After a scorcher of a weekend (can you say 37 & 39 degree days consecutively?! Yes, Summer is here), I feel like we all need a little bit of a break.

Personally, I’m drinking an ice-cold smoothie that consists of the following…

♥ Soy milk

♥ Frozen Banana – tip for for young players!

Summer makes our fruits ripen and perish a lot quicker due to the heat, bunches of bananas have been browning up on my bench quicker than something quick, so instead of letting them go to waste, chop ’em up, then into a container & in the freezer.

Makes your smoothies about 20 x more awesome with creamy cold goodness, saves you money & a tasty way to get more fruit! WIN WIN WIN!

♥ Half a cup of frozen blueberries

♥ Heaped teaspoon of organic drinking chocolate

WHIZZZZZZ EM ALL UP. Delicious cool treat on a hot, hot night.

Here are some links to some wonderful wellness related articles to keep you busy!

“Keep your knickers on, if you want to blissfully drift off” – Queen of Beauty, Ms Foster explores the perils of adherence to the “Everything Off!” day spa rule. Essential reading! Keep those knickers on!

Earth Mother In the Raw – This blog was recommended to me by a friend & is an interesting look into the lifestyle of a woman who has lost over 45 kgs by eating healthy & raw foods wherever possible. Worth a look for sure!

Health Before Beauty is Karen Fischer’s (she used to host What’s Up Doc!!!) website. There are some extremely interesting articles on alkalinity / acidity in the body and what effect this has on the skin & she has a fabulous newsletter. She is also extremely beautiful so it’s not hard to follow & believe her advice!

Just these three bite size pieces for now. I’m out to go stargaze on the beach, a very relaxing end to the weekend!

Be well,

xoxo

4 comments

  1. kasey says:

    A frozen banana smoothie would be fantastic in my belly right now!!

  2. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    Pretty, pretty delicious! I’m about to make another one now. Bellissimo 😀 And so good for you!

  3. WestAussie says:

    Thanks for the link to Karen Fisher site..
    Im quite interested in how acidity/alkalinity affect body so looking forward to reading more of her stuff

  4. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    I definitely recommend it. One of her main tips is that every single day, for the rest of your life, you should eat at least a handful of dark leafy greens. EVERY DAY. Without fail 🙂

    I try to do this 🙂

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