Holistic Beauty from the Inside Out: Your Complete Guide to Natural Health, Nutrition, and Skincare

Holistic Beauty from the Inside Out: Your Complete Guide to Natural Health, Nutrition, and Skincare

Julie Gabriel

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 1609804619

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Celebrated author of The Green Beauty Guide Julie Gabriel presents a comprehensive yet simple book that brings all four corners of the natural beauty paradigm together: natural skincare, holistic nutrition, stress-relief, and healthy lifestyle. A holistic nutritionist, Gabriel teaches her reader how to 'eat yourself beautiful' using building blocks from a wholesome diet, and as a long-time beauty writer and editor, reveals why beauty-boosting changes to our everyday lifestyles are essential in helping us to discover the allure we are looking for.

Holisitic Beauty from the Inside Out claims that true beauty radiates from inner physical and emotional harmony. Our body is equipped with a full set of tools to maintain and restore our intrinsic assets, and has enormous healing powers to rejuvenate our skin, hair, and nails. The book includes handy and straightforward lists of what products to avoid, what foods to eat, and natural recipes to use for skincare.

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that life is more than television and online socializing. Some of the “sleep-better” recipes are not suitable for extreme life situations such as having a new baby. My personal recipe for breaking that sleepless rut when I was dealing with a teeny-weeny poor sleeper was to take her outside, rain or snow, night or day, midnight, or early morning. We just stepped outside, wrapped in comfy warm clothes if necessary, and wandered around the garden or along nearby quiet streets. Ten minutes later,

Don’t eat late dinners or late-night snacks. Ideally, finish eating three hours before bedtime. FOUR Eat Yourself Beautiful Next time you lose your precious beauty sleep over some astronomically priced cleansing device or the latest wrinkle-erasing cream, consider this: some of the most effective beauty tools can be found right on the shelves of your fridge and kitchen cupboards. From crunchy apples to juicy fish fillets, your food has a profound effect on the condition of your skin,

nail products accounted for $1 billion. In the United States alone,$20 billion are spent each year on diet, weight-loss products, and club memberships, while $10 billion go toward cosmetic surgery bills, despite record unemployment, mounting health care costs, and plummeting home values. Beauty discriminates. Studies suggest that attractive people make more money, receive lighter court sentences, and are perceived as friendlier and more desirable partners. Clear skin, glossy hair, clear eyes,

pain. Endorphins are released during pregnancy, which partially explains postpartum depression as the mother is deprived of endorphins in her system and the nerve-soothing effect of breastfeeding when endorphins are released into her blood. What a timely gift of nature, considering all those sleepless nights and physical and emotional exhaustion during the day! To achieve a true endorphin kick, you don’t need to exhaust yourself with running spurts. In fact, moderate exercise followed by a

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