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Juicing has been the lastest food craze for a white now! So juice to eat fresh and be healthy. Now what goes inside can be used for the outside and remember to used natural ingredients without preservatives and other fake ingredients .

Yay, green juice! Said no one ever. What if we call it gorgeous green juice? That makes it a lot better, trust me. So what makes this green juice "gorgeous?" The vitamins that are in it have benefits for your hair, skin, nails and body! I also felt energetic after drinking it, which made a complete difference in my workout. Try it with this simple recipe below.

WHAT YOU NEED

2 handfuls of spinach 

2 stalks of celery 

2 cucumbers 

1 Granny Smith apple

WHAT TO DO

Juice the veggies first, then the apple. Apples add natural sugar but if you do one-half of the apple at a time, you might realize you don't even need the entire thing! I used a low-speed juicer, similar to the Omega J8006 Nutrition Center, to preserve as many nutrients as possible. 

WHAT'S...

Ya, know how I love to travel the world. Well here's some more unique hotel lounging you might what to seek out outside the block!

Acre Baja

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Taking farm-to-fork hotels a step further, Mexico’s Acre is going farm to fork to… frond. Having already transformed 25 acres of farmland into an open-air restaurant and cocktail bar experimenting with local Baja ingredients and forgotten Mexican spirits, from winter 2017 Acre will be encouraging guests to look up from their plates (and those #tileaddict-worthy floors) to 12 new treehouses nestled in its palm forest. (That’s if you can make it up the stairs following the obligatory tequila shots and Baja fish tacos….)

Papaya Playa Project

Tulum, Mexico

Originally a Design Hotels pop-up and now a permanent fixture on the Tulum coast, this 85-cabaña hotel is (quite literally) branching out with a new treehouse hideaway in the Mexican jungle. Constructed according to traditional Mayan techniques and modern eco-design, the hou...

You didn't tell have to tell me (infusionofstlyes) about just taking a bath. Warm/Hot and just right. Just take any type of bath and add some milk, flowers, essential oils, tea, ACV, sea salt, epsom salt and infusionofSTYLES  product: Zulaikha Body Care Spa Gift SetMaking the bath time ritual experience extra, extra moisturizing and luxurious for your body. The experts are trying to say it maybe better than exercising.

Yeah right! But it is truly a relaxing comforting zen experience. I'll say!

This is not a drill. A steamy bath could have a couple of health benefits similar to those produced by exercise, according to a recent study. 

Research published in the journal Temperature found that an hour-long soak in hot water produced similar anti-inflammatory and blood sugar responses as 60 minutes of moderate physical activity. 

Sound too good to be true? While the research on these effects is still preliminary, there is a plausible explanation for this.

“It seems that ac...

Yes, we're grilled/broiled veggies and fruits but grapefruit. So will try this.

Ingredients
3 Ruby Red grapefruits, halved horizontally
¼ cup packed dark brown sugar    
½ teaspoon ground cardamom
1 teaspoon Maldon salt or other large-flake salt

Directions
Preheat the broiler with a rack about 4 inches from the heat. Line a sheet pan with aluminum foil. (This isn’t totally necessary – the grapefruit won’t really stick to the pan – but it makes for the easiest cleanup.)

Place the grapefruit halves, cut side up, on the prepared sheet pan. Use a small paring knife or curved grapefruit knife to section the grapefruits, cutting around the outer membrane to separate it from the flesh, and between individual sections.

Mix together the brown sugar and ground cardamom in a small bowl. Sprinkle each grapefruit half with the sugar mixture, dividing it evenly. Sprinkle the salt atop the sugared grapefruit.

Broil the grapefruit, keeping a close eye on the pan and rotating it if needed, until...

June 5, 2017

Photo courtesy of Laduma from Maxhosa by Laduma 

SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS IDEAL African Designs comes to Swedish Designs!

IKEA, the Swedish powerhouse for modern, affordable furniture and home accessories, will launch their first Africa Collection in 2019.  To bring this collection to life, IKEA is partnering with 12 top designers from the African continent. Among them creative brands that I love like Selly Raby Kane, Sindiso Khumalo and Maxhosa by Laduma.

IKEA’s Africa Collection will launch in 2019

How did it happen? IKEA’s Head of Design met with the founder of Design Indaba – an online publication focusing on “African design, creativity and innovation” that holds a creative festival and a conference once a year – and received a list of names from Design Indaba’s network. He met up with the designers and now they are working on several pieces for the 2019 launch.

African creativity remains a pool of inspiration for big Western brands

How do I feel about it? On one si...

For centuries, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine and cooking have used herbs for their multitude of healing properties. Now studies continue to reinforce these beliefs and discover new uses and functions for herbs.

A recent study of fennel, a flowering perennial herb with a gentle anise flavor, finds that it is effective in managing postmenopausal symptoms ranging from hot flashes and sleeplessness to anxiety and vaginal dryness. Fennel was also previously known for its health benefits for a variety of issues, including digestive and premenstrual symptoms.

This isn’t the first study to confirm the power of herbs. Other studies have found that some of the most common herbs have potent medicinal properties. Cinnamon has been shown to fight inflammation and to lower blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides. Garlic, too, has been used for centuries for its medicinal and antifungal, antiviral properties and is now proven to lower blood pressure as well as aid in...

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